Ukraine Children Feature
Good News at Chernobyl

Chernobyl, Ukraine made headlines worldwide when nuclear reactors melted down there 26 years ago. Now there’s good news spreading across that region through the Story of Jesus.

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Rupa Image
Sold by Her Mother

Rupa, the sweet-faced little girl pictured here, was sold into slavery by her mother…for less than 20 American dollars. This is common in India, a country where girls are considered a burden to the family.

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Sunday school Under Tree in Uganda
Learning about Jesus under a Tree

A typical church in rural Africa: eager children, with willing adults to teach them, but little else. This group, meeting under the shade of a big tree, is one of 25,000 congregations of the Church of Uganda.

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Pak Story of Jesus
A Slave Boy’s Treasure

This child’s face is sober, much too serious for his age. But he knows the booklet he holds so protectively carries his best and, possibly, only hope for the future.

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Vietnam Hut with children
Now Is the Time to Spread Faith in Vietnam

When you visit his church, you will meet a pastor who is missing one leg. Yet he greets everyone with a smile that stretches across his entire face. Years ago he lost a leg during the “American War” (as the Vietnamese refer to what we call the Vietnam War).

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Korea Booklets
Airlift into North Korea

Resourceful South Korean Christians are spreading the Gospel as they seal copies of the Story of Jesus into individual plastic packages, attach a balloon, then release the bundle into the air heading north.

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End Of Time Feature
The End Times: a Bible Study

Life as we know it will end, possibly quite soon. That prediction comes from sources as diverse as atomic scientists, superstitious people and groups, even Christians. Each believes cataclysmic change is on the horizon. However, the reasons for their thinking, and how it will happen, have little in common. 2012 is the year of destiny… Read more »

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LIFE on LIFE
Personal Connections Make the Difference

A central principle for making disciples is personal counseling and mentoring, whether one-on-one or in small groups, that enables people to face their weaknesses and step into a new, stronger life of faith. This is especially true for orphans. In David C Cook’s J127 Orphan Initiative,* the adults who serve as “aunties and uncles” to orphans provide… Read more »

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Christian Publishing Success in China
Christian Publishing Success in China

David C Cook has been a leading Christian publisher in China for years. An article in the January 2012 edition of Christianity Today magazine highlights some surprising advances in Christian publishing in China. In his article Discipling the Dragon, author John Kennedy says that in spite of strict controls that still remain in the area… Read more »

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Recovering from Attempted Rape

Anita, a happy girl with sparkling eyes, knew her father’s old friend when he came to her mother’s door late one night. So even though she was alone, she let him in, not realizing he was drunk. Eventually she fell asleep. She woke up with a start when she felt him trying to take off… Read more »

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