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Santisuk English School Bangkok, Thailand

Speaking English opens hearts in Bangkok

The city of Bangkok, Thailand, is home to 8.3 million people and several religions. With people moving to the bustling city for work, there is a special convergence of Buddhists, Muslims, Christians and Hindus. Like any major city, Bangkok is...

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Help Nepal

Pray for Nepal

Dear Converge Family,

Please continue to pray for our team on the ground in Nepal. Today the death toll has climbed to 5,158 people, with 11,520 people injured. As rescue efforts continue and folks are pulled from the rubble, those numbers...

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Cameroon

Confronting the power behind African Traditional Religion

One of the biggest challenges Tim and Amy Moline face in Cameroon is African Traditional Religion (ATR). ATR is deeply rooted, even in the lives of Christians, who fear spiritual attacks and curses.

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Karazim Ministries

Converge missionaries confront poverty, crime and natural disasters in the Bahamas

The Bahamas often is a stop on a cruise, with white sand beaches and serene water. Although the islands are beautiful, many who live there struggle with poverty, unemployment and no access to education. Raoul and Karen Armbrister set out to offer...

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Japan Baptist Church Association (Rengo)

Japan pastors: 50 years of Western missions and still building trust

The Japan Baptist Church Association (Rengo) is celebrating 50 years of church planting in one of the world's most unchurched countries. Started by Converge missionaries in 1948, Rengo began in 1964 and now has over 60 churches nationwide.

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Freckled Fox Photography

Epikos Church works to combat malnutrition in Guatemala

If a child doesn't have proper nutrition in the first 1,000 days of her life, her brain development is compromised. 

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Paris, France

How was the door opened to radical Islam in Europe?

By a Converge worker in Europe

In the aftermath of the latest terrorist attacks in France, many people are trying to figure out what happened. After all, these killers were born and bred in France. In order to understand...

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Dan and Tina Gibbs

Gibbs: Three months in Nigeria

Dan and Tina (center) visited the Orlando Converge Worldwide Office in January, after completing three months in Nigeria
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Converge short-term missions

Can We Do Short-term Missions Well?

By Roger Peterson, director of International Ministries partnerships
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missions to Cameroon

Our new standard in missions

by Ivan Veldhuizen, director of international missions

Converge International Ministries wants to set the pace on seeing a new standard implemented in...

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