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TheEpochTime.com reported on October 2, 2020 that there is concern over the possible failure of the Three Gorges Dam in Hubei, China, and what that could mean for the nuclear power plants nearby if it collapses. If it breaks, it could cause a major disaster. Chinese media has been downplaying the situation, saying that everything is...
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On October 2, 2020, DISRN.com published an article reporting that an online Christian bookstore owner in China was sentenced to seven years prison time and fined almost thirty thousand dollars for selling religious books that were unapproved by the Chinese government.  According to the article, the police did their best to destroy all of the man’s...
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Written by Chestley Howell, Missionary to Colombia While home in Kansas, I recently went with my dad to the Amish produce auction. There we bid on and bought pallets of fresh pumpkins, newly-picked organic watermelons, and pounds of tomatoes straight from the farm. The taste and the smell of the fresh fruit and vegetables were...
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The Epoch Times reports that on October 1, 2020 eighty-seven pro-democratic protesters were arrested in Hong Kong. The arrests came on “National Day”, a day that celebrates the founding of the Chinese Communists Party. The protesters were not there to praise, but to voice their displeasure over Beijing’s actions since the 1997 government turnover from...
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I knew very little about France when my family and I surrendered to be missionaries to the United Kingdom. I did know that France was the butt of many jokes in the UK, and I shared in many of those jokes. Then, the Lord began to work in my heart about not just reaching the...
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42,400 people have reportedly died across Britain from coronavirus. This is the highest in Europe. The government is trying to balance lockdown restrictions with economic concerns. Various local lockdowns have come into effect in certain areas. Thankfully, churches are still legally allowed to meet provided they follow government guidelines which include social distancing and face...
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The mountainous regions of France and Italy have experienced record rainfall and severe flooding. The flood have taken the lives of two so far. 24 people are currently missing. Please pray for the people of Italy and France whose lives are being taken away by an even more serious disaster – sin! They need the...
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Today is the last day to get your free Kindle version of Unfinished on Amazon! If you want to be a part of God’s plan in Latin America, this book is for you. Get a free copy on Kindle here. If you have any friends who might be interested in missions, get this to them before time runs...
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By Courtney Mathos, OGTC Intern It is estimated that 15,000-20,000 Argentines have moved to Uruguay since the start of the pandemic. That number represents about 0.6% of Uruguay’s population of 3.5 million. Why such an increase? Uruguay welcomes new residents with open arms. The government has lowered the minimum amount required to obtain tax residency...
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If anybody ever told you nothing in life is free, they weren’t speaking about the Kindle version of Unfinished! Yes, that’s right, from October 1st-5th, you can get Unfinished: Unfinished Mission. Unfinished Story absolutely free on Kindle by clicking here. What you’ll find in this book are the stories of missionaries imploring you to see Latin America for...
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