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By: Courtney Mathos As South America’s largest country, Brazil has 305 different tribes, with nearly 100 having no contact with the outside world. President Jair Bolsonaro appointed former New Tribes missionary, Ricardo Lopes Dias, to protect these isolated tribes, amid concerns about the future of these indigenous communities. Many people believe that these tribes are...
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By: Savannah Morgan According to an article from Breitbart.com, this weekend a shootout between police and a cartel member occurred in a Mexican border town. Mexican authorities and a gunman were in a high speed chase when the gunman crashed. The gunman ran into a private high school to avoid capture. Afraid of being arrested,...
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By: Chestley Howell Why would a government offer to fly its citizens home for free? According to the United Nations, in a little over three years, more than 4.7 million men, women, and children have left Venezuela desperate for a better life. So many flee daily that President Maduro is scrambling to get his people...
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I grew up in a wonderful pastor’s home outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Every year my family and I would visit our relatives who lived in the hills of Knoxville, Tennessee, for Christmas and for a summer family reunion. I had also traveled to other neighboring states like Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, and the Carolinas. However, I...
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I grew up in a Christian home. Memories of my youth are filled with believers investing in me and sharing the gospel with me. Gospel witness surrounded me, yet I rejected this good news until I was 18 years old. At that time, the Holy Spirit convicted me of my sin and hypocrisy, and I...
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My desire for missions began long before I even had a thought of being a missionary. A few years after high school, the Lord started moving my heart towards missions while I played soccer with a group of Mexicans. Since I couldn’t communicate with them, all I could think about was being able to speak...
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I can remember the first time that I drove from the airport to the place where my wife and I would be staying as missionaries in Mexico City. Most of the time, people would drive around with the windows down. For some reason, most people don’t have air-conditioning in their cars, and they didn’t seem...
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My life changed forever in the summer of ’99. Months before, our youth pastor had announced we would fly into El Paso, TX, then cross the border for a week in Juarez, Mexico. It would be my first missions trip! Granted, it wasn’t as exotic as backpacking deep into the Amazon Rainforest, but we were...
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