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Friendly Together

August 23, 2014

“We have a good atmosphere here. This school is calm—nobody is fighting.”

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From Mafia Men to God's Messengers, Part 2

August 16, 2014

People who wanted to ruin this company recognized that Vasily was a key player in winning the big contracts, and because he was an obstacle to their goal, they had tried to kill him—twice.

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I Love This School

August 16, 2014

He enjoys learning more about the Bible, and is especially happy that all of the teachers love God.

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From Mafia Men to God's Messengers, Part 1

August 9, 2014

Although his grandfather was an imam, and many other relatives were devout in their faith, Igor himself had a very secular childhood. Excelling in sports, he soon became a leader, respected—and feared—by the other boys on the street.

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Praying for Our School

August 9, 2014

“God is here with us, and the teachers tell us about God and His character.”

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Hungry for the Word, Part 2

August 2, 2014

Vladimir grew up alone with his mother. At the age of 13 he was willing to live for two weeks without food so they could afford to buy a Bible.

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Always a Missionary

August 2, 2014

“We have other priorities. . . . We want to do what God wants us to do.”

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For the Love of God

Japan

August 1, 2014

In a culture where everybody tries to blend in and conform so that they are not too conspicuous, becoming a Christian is a gigantic step.

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Hungry for the Word, Part 1

July 26, 2014

“My son,” she asked, looking straight into my eyes, “would you be willing to be hungry for two weeks, but have a Bible instead?” Without flinching I told her, “Yes.”

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Good From Bad Part 2

July 26, 2014

“My mother wasn’t interested in that information, but my sister and I were listening.”

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