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News about what is going on in the continent of Asia from a mission’s perspective.

Ty and Rebecca Pepperdine are church-planting missionaries to China with the goal of making disciples, planting churches, and training pastors to lead the churches and train others also.
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Watch and listen as the Smith family, missionaries to China, tell about the enormous need for the Gospel in the country of China.
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According to an article by the Christian post, a pastor in China’s Hunan province was recently arrested. This pastor had started a church and had refused to register his church with the State Three Self church. The Communist run Three-Self church is the only legal recognized evangelical church in China. All other churches are illegal....
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According to an article by news.sky.com there has been a recent spike in coronavirus cases in South Korea. South Korea had recently opened schools and lifted the lockdowns they had put in place earlier in the year to control the coronavirus. Now many schools around the nation’s capitol of Seoul will close again to try...
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This is a stark reminder that death is certain for all men and many in China have never heard the gospel.
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According to an article by the Wall Street Journal troops from India and China exchanged words, blows at pass in northeastern Sikkim state. Tensions were high and blows were exchanged, but military leaders from both sides stepped in to stop the fighting. India and China currently dispute several border areas. In places they both claim...
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According to an article by www.theepochtimes.com on May 6th a 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck in the Banda Sea near Indonesia. Residents near the area reported their beds and the buildings they were living in shaking. A 6.8 magnitude earthquake is a strong earthquake and in Indonesia recently there have been many earthquakes and tremors. Indonesia...
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According to an article by www.Disern.com shots were fired yesterday at the demilitarized zone dividing North and South Korea. North Korea first fired a few shots into South Korea, and then South Korean soldiers briefly returned the fire. The shots did not kill anyone or cause damage on either side. The exact reason for North...
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According to an article by www.freerepublic.com a magnitude 5.0 earthquake shook eastern Indonesia on Thursday morning. Thankfully, there are currently no casualties reported. In the past, earthquakes have frequently shook the shores of Indonesia. The most deadly earthquake in their recent history was in 2004 when a magnitude 9.5 earthquake triggered a tsunami that killed...
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