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Free Schools of Mission starting in Pakistan
We have funded an Urdu translation of the free School of Mission and
Pastor Eric Madisson's book in Urdu as well. Our partner in Pakistan
Pastor Sarwar in Lahore wrote, "Our church board is planning
to open Schools of Mission in all the states of Pakistan."
Contact Pastor Sarwar Masih, Lahore.
Bahia is a poor, black state with unreached
My plans are to do a School of Mission up there to make disciples
that will reach tribes who are closed for the gospel. There isn't
one missionary up there in the middle of almost nowhere.
Silvana, our lady partner in Pousso Alegre,
School of Mission opens in D.R of Congo
The 85 lessons are a great blessing to our 171 students who meet
four afternoons a week and will gain their diplomas and go on to
train many others in Congo. Will other French speaking Schools please
contact us for fellowship.
Pasteur Wazeng Jules, Ville de Lubumbashi, Katanga
Congratulations to first DCI graduates in Liberia
As the result of the free DCI training programme we have successfully
trained young men and women who are not ashamed of the Gospel of Jesus
Christ and printed all 300 pages of the lessons and examination and
paid for it ourselves. We are moving with great confidence in the
Lord, although it is not all smooth. From the training we have opened
a Prayer Warrior Team that is very effective, Banking for the Poor
and a Christian Businessmen and Women's Association.
John Duco, International School of Mission and
Liberia, West Africa.
New church in Italy starts bible school
We have just planted a new church last December. I'm developing
an in-church ministry-training centre and I'm interested in bringing
your valuable teaching resources into the curriculum.
Pastor Maurizio Secondi, 51, Florence, Italy
Sharing the Free School of Mission in Sierra
We are to start the School in Kono district and the eastern part
of Freetown. We aim to translate all the lessons into Kissi the
language of Kailahun district with Liberia and Guinea as well. Please
keep me in your prayers.
Sahr Paul James, Empowering Grassroot Ministries,
Starting in Burundi with DCI strategies and
We teach lessons and do the outreach in a weekly home group with
11 persons, in a daily office group for 6 people and soon in a group
for businessmen. We want to help orphans, widows and refugees
Niyonkuru Christian, Bujumbura, Burundi.
How does it feel to be one of the lost, last
and least ?
It is the third time we helped this very poor family with some fish,
noodles, rice and milk. Its so hard to believe their story,
so tragic. Julia, 25, is the mother of three. Shes mentally
weak although her face doesnt show it., and all of her children,
11, 8 and 4 were born from rapes! They dont know their own
fathers but when local people recognized one of the men he was forced
to marry her but two days after he ran away. All the children are
unable to walk and talk because they live without good food or love.
Its a miracle they have lived until now. Their grandfather
is a farmer with no land, who asks others if he can use a bit of
their field to plant vegetables. Often its easier for a cat
to find food than it is them. When we gave them a box of noodles,
the grandma cried and told me that they usually share one bowl of
noodles for 6 of them with just a handful of rice. Last week they
had a party, with a bowl of noodles for each, and a glass of milk
and today we sent them some fish to add their joy. Our Jesus loves
them much as He loves you all.
Yoppi Margianto, our partner in Indonesia
Banking for the poor in Lira now reaches 131
Those who got the first money have pushed away poverty from their
homes, some widows who could not meet their needs now have little
worries. Others send their children to higher schools and have improved
their business. No one has ever defaulted and we are revolving the
money. US agency Samaritan's Purse were so challenged by DCI's Christmas
Party here that they asked me to help them start a feeding and Bible
program in five refugee camps feeding 200 very vulnerable poor old
and sick people every week.
George Purkweri, Lira, Uganda.
Brother forgives terrorists who killed missionary
On June 22, 2004, Korean missionary Kim Sun Il was beheaded by Iraqi
terrorists and among the belongings sent back to his brother were
a Bible, storybooks in Arabic, and pictures of Kim with Iraqi young
people with whom he shared God's love. It was his life wish to be
able to have the faith that he could die for Christ and be able to
serve Him. His brother says he has forgiven the Iraqis who murdered
Kim and finds comfort in God's purpose for his brother's death. After
his death, a lot of nonbelievers came to Christ. My parents who used
to be atheists became Christians and went to church. My older sister
also got saved and now she is teaching kids in Sunday School. Kim
was just one of thousands of South Korean Christian missionaries willing
to risk their lives to spread the Gospel around the world. Pastor
Choi Han Woo, says that since 9-11, Asians are more effective than
Westerners in evangelizing Muslims. "Many Islamic peoples hate
Christianity because of their experience with Western countries, empires,
colonizing powers. This is a historical problem." Koreans have
sent close to 14,000 missionaries to 160 nations. Source: George Thomas
and Lucille Talusan, CBN News
From Joel News.
Team reached 24 unreached villages in Orissa
Many came to know Jesus as the only Saviour of their life.
Pastor A .P.Missal, 33, Bhubaneswar, India
Impact in the Amacuro Delta, Venezuela
The South African evangelist, Joel Hitchcock, will preach and over
50 missionaries will be there as well. We have a Hercules plane,
two motorboats of 4,000hp each, 15 dentists, a 70-strong choir,
tons of medicine and clothes and over 1,000 New Testaments. God
has miraculously provided the funds and we know this will make a
powerful impact for the Gospel.
German J Rivas, 39, Maracay, Venezuela.
Alignment is a good word to pray for us . .
As we were praying I had the word alignment going round in my head.
I then saw lots of people all over the world and they stood up and
all turned and faced in the same direction. I feel it meant that
if everybody in DCI aligned themselves to the will of God and the
direction He is giving then things will flow even better.
Catherine, DCI prayer group, Rainworth, UK
We prayed for floods but not like this . .
Thank you very much everyone for the emergency funds. Just like
in Ezekiel the water rose from ankle deep to knee, then to waist,
and finally came up into deep water one must swim. Today the flood
came again at 3 am almost twice deeper than before but everything's
under control, including the doormat factory, though stuffs soaking
wet. We were longing for such floods, not physically but spiritually.
For a whole year we have asked God to pour out His Spirit among
youth and hope to reach 5000 young people this year.
Yoppi, Indonesia, School of Mission, Bank for
Poor and church.
Continually in His presence
We support churches in Gideons
24 hour intercession part of a wonderful work of the Holy Spirit
in raising up an army of warriors that minister continually before
the Lord. Get in touch and join us.
Jose Rubens Mazzon de Freitas, 30, Bristol UK
Church in Peru looking for a minister
With a track record of spiritual and moral integrity and married
to a lady with a passion for the ministry as well, for a long-established
200 member church.
Noe Soto Salazar, Huancayo Assembly of God,
We welcome young people from overseas
We need your help to finish building our church, can you come?
Victor, 44, Santa Fe, Argentina.
Looking for evangelism course for children
From all walks of life, including street children.
Luciano Gomes Do Couto, 28, Campos, Brazil.
Do you know any missionaries in Chad?
Are there are any Argentineans, what are they doing, and what they
Armando Araya, 51, Mendoza, Argentina.
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