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The Sower and the Sewer

M360˚ MagazineMicronesia

January 14, 2024

Naresh and Rita smiled as they understood that through a clogged sewer, God had opened the way for them to minister in this community, sowing seeds of faith.

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Hinduism At A Glance

M360˚ MagazineMicronesia

January 7, 2024

There is no one definition of what makes someone Hindu; individuals determine what they believe. A person can be a Hindu without believing the Hindu scriptures or in any of the religion’s 33 million gods.

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Reaching the Unreached, One Friend at a Time

M360˚ MagazineMicronesia

December 31, 2023

Though religion often reflects an individual’s worldview, values, and principles, it’s vital to acknowledge the common thread that runs through faiths—a commitment to love, empathy, and kindness.

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Storytime with Aunt Marita

M360˚ MagazineMicronesia

November 19, 2023

Agustina asked her mother for permission to go, and she agreed on the condition that the two of them go together. Her mother wanted to hear what kind of stories Aunt Marita was telling.

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The Most Important Teaching

M360˚ MagazineMicronesia

November 12, 2023

I remember a boy in fifth grade who struggled socially for a long time. His classmates made jokes about him and rejected his presence. He would have outbursts of rage and fight with them.

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The Tip of My Finger Was All God Needed

M360˚ MagazineMicronesia

November 5, 2023

Ross took a job as a bartender to pay his tuition and rent. He began to use illicit drugs and even became involved in their manufacture. But no matter what he did to experience temporary happiness, he felt empty and unfulfilled.

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ADRA’s Dramatic Rescue

M360˚ MagazineMicronesia

October 29, 2023

Was he too late? Zoltan wasted no time but methodically and deliberately began removing the debris. He noted that it was noon. Hour after weary hour passed as the team moved a mountain of material.

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Global Mission and the Drug Trade

M360˚ MagazineMicronesia

October 22, 2023

One resident, Lalthakima, had started drinking more than 20 years ago when he was 17. He reached his lowest point after his divorce. Then, he learned about Agape Villa.

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Project Joseph

M360˚ MagazineMicronesia

October 15, 2023

At this point, most of the students and faculty doubted the realization of the project, but they complied with the routine. In groups of two or three, they spent their break times removing the dirt from the bark with brushes and chisels.

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Hey, That’s My Island!

M360˚ MagazineMicronesia

October 8, 2023

As time went on, other struggles arose. Edwin became a bully at school. “I wanted to be the toughest,” he explained. “But by fourth grade, I realized I didn’t have any friends.”

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