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Love Boldly

Inspiring Tuesday: Love Boldly

The Bible gives us a very clear picture of what love looks like and how it works in our hearts and interactions with each other. By the definition given in 1 Corinthians 13:4-8, it is quite clear that our capacity to love runs very deep, and many seemingly impossible things can be done through love. […]

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Green eggs, ham and the gospel

The following is taken from Rick Tozer’s December 2011 testimony magazine article. “We must not lose heart in reaching out to people with the Word and love of God. We must not talk about giving up.” My boys, Nathaniel and Nicholas, enjoy reading one of Dr. Seuss’s greatest works, Green Eggs and Ham. I think […]

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Easing into evangelism

Inspiring Tuesday: Easing into Evangelism

Are you intimidated by the thought of evangelizing? If so, remember that there is no set formula for sharing your faith, and that as we grow in God, He empowers us in our discipleship efforts. By placing our trust in Him we gain the courage to answer His call. Even so, here are some practical […]

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Like Jewels in a Crown

Monique and Stewart Shaw have been working in Kolkata, India for the past eight years. They’ve dedicated their ministry to reaching out to street children, drug addicts and sex workers in the red-light area. Part of their ministry involves teaching sex trade workers how to make a variety of jewellery pieces. Through their clinics, the […]

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Whatever it Takes

BECOMING ALL THINGS TO ALL PEOPLE FOR THE SAKE OF CHRIST by Joel Spiridigliozzi “Why, then, did Paul have Timothy circumcised soon after he had passionately advocated for grace and not works? The reason was simple: he was headed to a Jewish community, and although Timothy did not need to be circumcised to be saved, […]

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Sharing one’s time, talents and testimony

Frank Juelich has been a PAOC worker in Nagpur, India since 1972. He oversees two homes; one for boys and one for girls as well as two schools and a day care centre for community children. More than 1,000 children come under Frank’s care through Child-CARE Plus. Even though the Christmas season has come to […]

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