23 May 2019

The theology of suffering

Jesus makes plain that in this world we will have trouble, face many difficulties, and persecutions too. As we take up our cross and follow Jesus, the world will hate us because we do not belong to this world. And yet Jesus also tells us that we can have peace, for Jesus has overcome the world!

Mark Phippen

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23 May 2019

To set the captives free

There is only one psychiatrist in Chad, so very few patients in the area where Ann lives and works have received help. With only five mission workers in a people group of over 300,000 too, very few have met a follower of Jesus.

Ann

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23 May 2019

Managing risk

Jurgen & Katja Hofmann serve in a remote village in Madagascar. Here they share some of the challenges about where they live.

Jurgen & Katja Hofmann

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26 April 2019

Smiling through pain

Kirsty serves as a nurse on an Indian Ocean Island. There, the local religion plays a key part in dictating how suffering is viewed.

Kirsty

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26 April 2019

Translating hope

Anglelo became a Christian when he was attending school outside of the Laarim area. After finishing school he returned home, wanting to share the gospel with his own people. Angelo can speak Laarim and English so he has been a great asset to the recent team serving among the Laarim. He has started to help with the translation of Bible stories and advised with cultural differences.

Ard and Carin de Leeuw

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19 July 2018

Lamb Kefta Tagine (meatball stew)

The large dome-shape of the tagine is designed to return condensed liquid to the base. This means a minimal amount of water is needed to cook. The region of North Africa (including the Middle East) is the most water-scarce region in the world.

AIM Europe

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30 March 2017

10 common misconceptions about missionaries

Rachel Andersen works among the unreached Gabbra people with her husband, Eddie and their six children. They live in Kalacha, Kenya, an area that suffers cycles of drought and famine. She debunks some of the common misconceptions people believe about missionaries who live in remote areas.  1. We are all adventurous. After crossing a very muddy plain, a […]

Rachel Andersen

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24 March 2017

Why bother with women’s ministry?

Owen & Miriam Pugh are part of a team working among the unreached Alagwa people in Tanzania. Miriam shares about the women's ministry she is involved with.

Miriam Pugh

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27 September 2016

A foundation of friendship

Tim and Beth Wood work at the Sofala Bible Institute in Beira, Mozambique, and have a passion for encouraging both strong churches and godly families.

Tim & Beth Wood

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27 September 2016

Sharing treasure with the Gabbra

Eddie & Rachel Andersen live and work among the Gabbra in northern Kenya with their six children, focusing on church planting and discipleship

Eddie Andersen

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