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From Texas church plant to the Dominican Republic

Jonathan Autrey was 7 years old when his parents took a vacation to the Dominican Republic. At least that’s what he thought it was. When they returned, his mother showed him pictures of their trip. He saw tin houses and poverty. He couldn’t...

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Dan and Tina Gibbs

A rural Nigerian Christmas

This year will be the first year we will not be celebrating Christmas with our church family, family and friends. We are in very rural Nigeria. There are no Caucasians for hundreds of miles. In our area, Dan and me are the only...

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Nepal

Bob Travels: The Happiest Man in Nepal

His name is Shiva and he’s one of the key directors of the fastest-growing church movement in the world.

Shiva was born into a Hindu Brahman family and, like his grandfather and father, raised to become a Hindu priest. From childhood he...

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Bob Travels: A visit to two churches

It was a long, sweaty walk through fields and along rice paddies to reach this remote mountain fellowship. Bhakati Christian Church is just three months old and hosted in the home of a new believer.

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Bob Travels: At the temple in Kathmandu

While in Nepal (August 28-September 8) to report on earthquake relief efforts and the fastest-growing church movement in the world, our team visited the Pashupatinath Hindu temple in Kathmandu.

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Bullseye!

Imagine never hearing the name of Jesus. In your whole life!

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Meet Wiseline

What happens after One by One Haiti? Does schooling really break the pattern of poverty many Haitian children are born into? For some it does. Wiseline Pierre is on the road to a much better future.

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Meet Robenson

Robenson vowed never to beg. He says, “I want to be responsible.” With his entrepreneurial spirit, Robenson has found ways to raise money for his personal needs, while his One by One sponsor covers his school fees at Melchizedek Baptist School....

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Meet Henry

No matter where they live, parents want the best for their children. But what happens when injury prevents a father from earning a living? Henry Saint Flime was working hard to give his boys a better life in Haiti. He taught himself English so he...

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Meet Amenson

To be an orphan is a challenge in any country. To be an orphan in Haiti is a severe disadvantage. That’s the position in which Amenson Joseph found himself at age 11. Born in Cap-Haitien, he was sent to live with his grandparents in Maissade...

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