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Chartchai received a Gospel booklet after the WOI Good News Team taught at his school in Thailand.  Although only 12, he had been searching for truth in Buddhist teachings. He said that when he read the team’s booklet, he couldn’t believe how a cartoon booklet could answer all of his questions. But it did. Against […]

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    IN THE PROVINCE of Kanchanaburi, Thailand, more than 30 people came to know Christ in three months. Ms Nat led her three cousins to know Jesus. She taught them to know and experience the love of God. One of them is Ms Malee who was a spirit medium for 40 years. She had […]

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Indigenous Discipleship Training in Myanmar

INDIGENOUS DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING IN MYANMAR At the recent Indigenous Discipleship Training (IDT) at Miawngmyah, Myanmar, there were 22 students from different villages and all were new converts from Buddhist and Animist backgrounds. We combined classes with the boarding home students and studied the Bible together. My main lesson was on how to read and study the […]

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An Incredible Adventure

AN INCREDIBLE ADVENTURE TO REACH THE LEAST REACHED A few months ago my colleague (Anli) and I sailed across approximately 300km of the Indian ocean, visiting 11 islands, where only half were are inhabited. The others are privately owned islands and are reserved for tourists. What an incredible experience. Wind, water and clouds, stars and the song […]

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Tom was abandoned as a baby because he had developed sores all over his body that attracted a maggot infestation. He was found and raised in a Muslim community but was also neglected by his stepfather and mother. Tom’s school teacher however, was a Christian and cared for him, sharing the Gospel and giving him […]

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Roses in the Red Light

Roses in the Red Light is the true story of Patricia Green’s work, over more than twenty-five years, with women in prostitution. The organisation she founded, Rahab ministries, gained great recognition and became a role model for similar programmes in many countries.

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