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The Voice in the Villages is the newest our our ministries at Vision Baptist Missions. It is a very simple concept. We take 100 pages of solid Biblical teaching send it as a pdf to an office overseas were it is translated (chinese, arabic, moore, xhosa, etc). The translated document is printed and is delivered...
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I received an email this morning from a dear friend of mine named Aaron. Aaron was a catalyst in my life during college that God used in a great way to lead me to the team I serve with today. I love him and his family dearly. They are missionaries working with Muslims in North...
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Our team came to Morocco a number of years ago with the intention of sharing our faith through business, planting an underground church, and training Moroccan men for the ministry. We have been encouraged after seeing a number of people accept Christ, be baptized, and formed into a local, house church. Over the last year...
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The following paragraph comes from an article entitled Morocco: Are Christians at Risk? It is interesting to note what has gotten more results in Morocco. We definitely believe in putting men on the ground. God wants a man on the ground planting churches. God has given us some good men doing just that. Without them...
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source The Christian Post Christian volunteers and foster parents at a Moroccan orphanage were forced to abandon dozens of children on Monday after they were accused of proselytizing. Moroccan children are seen here with foster parents at Village of Hope. Authorities raided the children’s home on Monday, accusing them of proselytizing, and forced the parents...
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We have missionaries serving in Northern Africa and other Arab countries. There is a systemic problem of abuse that women suffer in these countries. It makes the ladies very uncomfortable and for just cause. I would ask you to pray for our missionary friends. Read these comments from this article so you will know how...
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OUJDA, Morocco (AFP) – Morocco has expelled five foreign Christian missionaries for holding “undeclared meetings” in the mainly Muslim north African kingdom, police said on Tuesday. Police at Oujda in northeast Morocco also accused the five of “evangelist proselytism,” or missionary preaching, according to a source contacted by AFP. The five were expelled on Saturday....
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A good friend said the following the other day and I can’t say that I could agree more. I am so glad when I hear a missionary say something like this: Everyone who has traveled from America or Europe to a Muslim country inevitably learn the “code language” that is used here by the missionaries...
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Tonight “Bro. Aaron” from Project North Africa preached at our church. It was one of the most phenomenal services that I have ever been in. I do not say that lightly. I have been in many great church services, missions conferences, and camps. Because it is late I will be brief. He told about his...
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