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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.

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What does daily life look like for the Ik?

An Ik legend tells how God created the herder, letting cattle down from heaven by a rope and giving the cattle, together with spears, to one group of people. To the other group (the Ik) he gave only the digging stick with the order never to kill. They are very proud of their culture but what does daily life look like for them?

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Standing Firm

Emmanueli is a new Zigua believer. He has been rejected by his community and extended family because of his commitment to Jesus.

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The Krahns share their story

We didn’t always want to be church planters and ten years ago we had never even heard of the Zigua people. Our journey to becoming missionaries was a slow process… The Krahn’s tell their story.

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How do you plant a church in North Africa?

There is often a necessity for church planting in creative access areas to look different from what we might be used to. We asked a member of a team in North Africa what church planting might look like for them, and how they maintain their relationship with God in a spiritually isolating area.

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Sharing the gospel with the Digo

Chris & Candy Wood currently serve on a team among the Digo on the southern coastal strip of Kenya between Mombasa and the border of Tanzania. We asked them about the challenges the Digo face in accepting the gospel for themselves.

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There are so many ways you can be a part of reaching Africa's unreached peoples with the good news of Jesus Christ.