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Sprouting English

Egypt

November 16, 2015

If you were to watch a line of Cairo residents walking past the Great Pyramid at the rate of one person every five seconds, it would take six days before you saw one Seventh-day Adventist.

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The Runaway

South Africa

November 14, 2015

I just keep telling them Bible stories, even if there’s only one boy who comes to hear them.

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God's Saving Hand, Part 1

Malawi

November 14, 2015

The children ran out of the house, screaming, “Fire! Fire!” The burning fuel had set the front room ablaze. In the excitement, nobody noticed that little Joshua was missing.

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The Tea Plantation School

Thailand

November 9, 2015

Ten years ago, the presence of these missionaries would have been unthinkable.

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The Missing Glasses

South Africa

November 7, 2015

Valerie walked slowly toward her classroom, tears streaming down her face. Her best friend walked with her as her classmates ran ahead so they wouldn’t be late for class.

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The Unexpected Answer

Malawi

November 7, 2015

Their previous church was too small to accommodate all the new members and those who continue to come, curious about the message that attracts devil worshipers to worship the living God.

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On the Road to Salvation

Mongolia

November 2, 2015

“That was no coincidence to me,” Markus said. “It was as if God was saying, ‘This is the opportunity you wished for, so stop running.’”

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Mbali's Story

South Africa

October 31, 2015

Mbali is in the second grade at Riverside Adventist School. Her family is not Adventist, but her mother wanted her to study in a Christian school that teaches in English.

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A Most Satisfying Career, Part 2

Malawi

October 31, 2015

A lay worker gave him a book called The Great Controversy. Harry read it, but he was sure that with all the crimes he’d committed, God wouldn’t bother with him.

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The Sabbath Sofa

England

October 27, 2015

We take a sofa to one of London’s busiest public areas to invite people to sit down and take a break from their hectic lives. It creates an opportunity for us to share with them God’s weekly Sabbath break.

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