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Between April 17-18, over 150 people died of an unidentified illness in Nigeria’s second-largest city, Kano. Three separate cemeteries were required to deal with this surge in deaths. It is feared that the Coronavirus is now being spread through this city located in the far north of the country. It is very likely that almost...
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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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For the past several years, a small number of states of Cameroon have been waging a civil war against their government. Christian Post recently reported that the government admitted that Cameroonian soldiers killed multiple innocent women and children in a raid against the rebels. More than 3,000 people have already been killed in this conflict,...
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The country of France has been going through many decades of economic decline. Combined with the strict coronavirus lockdown, the country is facing serious economic problems. President Macron has now proposed, according to theepoch.com times a new vision for the country that would see France regaining “independents over its agriculture, industry, health, and technology…” As...
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A 5.9 magnitude earthquake has hit the island of Crete. The earthquake hit this past Saturday afternoon. According to the Independent, “there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage, the police, fire brigade, and civil protection authorities said.” Please pray for Crete and the entire country of Greece that has been through lots of...
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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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Praise God! God provided $105,256 in our 36-hour share-a-thon. These funds will go toward helping us to buy the land for The Center for World Evangelism. The Center will house students training to be missionaries as well as the offices and classrooms of the Our Generation Training Center and Vision Baptist Missions. Before the Share-a-thon,...
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Written by Savannah Morgan, OGTC Intern in Peru This little boy was photographed in an empty street in Peru, praying to God. He was asking the Lord for the virus to end and for people who are currently sick to get better. His parents were shocked at their 6-year old’s prayer. Even the children around...
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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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Written by Graham Young, OGTC Intern in Chile The whole world is struggling with the coronavirus. In a report from the University of Miami, two experts break down the expected effects of the pandemic on Latin America. They are seeing massive amounts of job loss and are expecting even more. It is doubtful if the health care...
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