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This fascinating article recently popped up on my news feed detailing the “megacities” of the world. The article, published in 2018, includes an infographic which maps 33 current megacities as well as six others considered “on the way by 2030.” A megacity is defined in the infographic as “an urbanized center, housing ten or more...
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The China Inland Mission, founded with the humblest of beginnings on June 26, 1865, with 10 pounds, a prayer, and the opening of a British bank account, over the course of the following decades grew to become a missionary recruiting and sending “octopus” with tentacles that stretched from London to Chicago to the farthest reaches...
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In my previous article, I highlighted the country of Qatar. Qatar is a Muslim nation located in the Middle East that is in great need of the gospel. One possibility to establish a beachhead for the gospel in Qatar is media ministry. Christian radio and web pages could be used to advance the gospel in...
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With a population at just over 2.6 million[1], Qatar is a small Muslim nation with growing influence located in the Middle East. Qatar occupies the Qatar peninsula, which is a small peninsula on the northeast side of the Arabian Peninsula. Qatar is a relatively wealthy nation, with the highest per capita income in the world....
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Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, is the largest city in the nation with a population of 1.7 million in the Kathmandu District and upwards of 2.5 million in the greater Kathmandu Valley. Like greater Nepal, Hinduism and Buddhism are considered its main religions. While Christians are certainly in the minority in Kathmandu, there are about 15 independent...
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The country of Nepal is home to over 29 million people, the majority of which are Hindus. While Christianity is growing in Nepal, it is still less than 3% Evangelical Christian. But that hasn’t stopped the Lord from doing a work in the country.[1] There is a church in every one of the 75 districts...
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Commonly known as Greater Portland, the Portland-Auburn metro area is home to over half a million people, making it over one-third of the total population of the state of Maine.[1] Portland, the hub of the metro area, is a city rich in history as it was originally formed just ten years after America declared her...
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Just a 60-minute drive from Montreal, Quebec, Plattsburgh is known as Montreal’s U.S. suburb.[1] Due to its close proximity to Canada, there is much Canadian influence in the city. For instance, some of the street signs throughout the city are bilingual – in English and French.[2] Another point of interest is that the City of Plattsburgh...
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The largest city in New Hampshire, Manchester is located along the banks of the Merrimack River. The Manchester-Nashua metropolitan area is home to nearly one-third of the population of New Hampshire. This city is in great need of the gospel. Of its estimated 2,794,000 people, 53% are unchurched. That equates to 1,480,820 unchurched people – nearly...
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  Home of Ben & Jerry’s icecream1, Burlington, Vermont, was listed by Forbes as one of “America’s Prettiest Towns”2. Current U.S. Senator and 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was the mayor of Burlington from 1981 to 19893. While home to a modest population of 214,796, Burlington is in great need of the gospel. It is...
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