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Belief Trap

There exists a common faith in our world that animates and intermingles itself with what we term the major world religions. Many call it ‘animism.’ The term represents beliefs that nature, which surrounds humanity, responds more to spirits, sacred forces, and extraordinary phenomena than to human activity. . . . the story of change in Boto describes a people who escaped the curse of living with animist falsehoods.

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No Retreat

William Borden was born into a millionaire family in the late 1800s but renounced his privileged lifestyle to choose the life of a missionary. His parents sent him on a worldwide vacation after high school graduation and before he entered Yale. On the trip, Bill’s heart was touched by the needs of the world without Christ. Later . . .

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Delight n Duty

Sometimes the good we need to accomplish is hindered because we fail to make the process a pleasant experience. When we make what is duty delightful, our commitment becomes easier to fulfill. We may even find others who want to join us. Learn to equip the willing to make the process of reconciling the world to Christ a more pleasant experience.

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Radio COVID-19 Intervention

The “C” Continuum

Our holy and loving Father comforts us because He does not lie. Unlike social media activists and aspiring politicians, His words ring true—always. He is the Truth . . . Conversely, the Lord’s unfailing Word rings warnings . . . This week we spoke or exchanged with Ivorian ministry partners. As always, we rejoice to hear their news and learn how Jesus uses His children who press on and overcome obstacles. Your prayers break down strongholds and speed them on their way.

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