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FoxTrot

Chasing Foxes

The wise man Solomon spoke of the little foxes that spoil the vineyards. These are little habits, little thoughts, little indiscretions, or little lies that lead us away from complete obedience to Jesus, the vine, God’s Word. . . Families are weak, churches are weak, and our nation is weak because we have not individually chased away enough little foxes that gnaw at our faith in God’s Word speaking to . . .

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Work, Watch, Wait

The linked video testimony prepared by two Ivorian CHE trainers will be shared in a CCIH forum on November 10. Despite short notice and difficult political circumstances, they succeeded in reporting about an initiative they started with Ivorian CHE workers during COVID. We hope this video report gives you a great reason to rejoice! Verlin learned some YouTube tools to edit the video report so it can be watched with closed captioning in English or French.

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Boto-Togo-2007

Give Me A “V”

Praise the Lord with us for the many Ivorians who, despite COVID-19, increase their efforts to share abundant life in Christ, without retreat. The CHE workers with whom we interact by phone have seized the pandemic crisis to evangelize, train, and equip more people than ever.

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To Globe Trot or Not

How much longer before we globe trot or not in return to Cote d’Ivoire? This is a frequently asked question since old, and new friends realize we are eager to dive back into work on the field again. At this point . . .

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Boto-Togo-2007

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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