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News about the cities of the world from a mission’s perspective.

Britain is a large island off the northwest coast of continental Europe. It is the third most populous island in the world with about 61 million people. It contains most of England, Scotland, and Wales. Along with some smaller surrounding islands and Northern Ireland, it makes up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern...
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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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God is looking for a man. For the eyes of the LORD run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to shew himself strong in the behalf of them whose heart is perfect toward him. —2 Chronicles  16:9 (KJV) God is looking for a man who is willing to take the gospel message to the...
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Albany: A Nearby Mission Field Albany, NY is one of many cities seeing the effects of Post-Christianity more than most cities in the country. Churches falling into ruin fill the city. Christianity is becoming a distant memory in the lives of citizens belonging to the Albany Metropolitan area. The Statistics: Albany-Schenectady-Troy Metro Area •Population: 870,7161...
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What do you know about Boston Massachusetts? Maybe you know that its where the Boston Tea Party happened in 1773, which eventually lead to the Revolutionary War in 1776. Maybe you know that Boston is where Paul Revere took his famous ride to warn the citizens of the approaching British soldiers. Maybe you even know...
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The East Coast is littered with major cities that bear an unusually small amount of churches, when considering the populations of some of these places. In fact these cities that are home to thousands of people can have far fewer churches than some regions that have drastically fewer people. The reasons behind such a dilemma...
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