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If you want to surf a very nice Christian Site in Portuguese with many studies, testimonies and lot of news, visit us.
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Are you in Australia ?
I would like to get in touch with missionaries or pastors willing to accept me as a missionary pastor, as I have a call to work in Australia. I am married with three children. I work in IT but am finishing my theological studies with the AoG.
Sergio Contreras Peralta, Santiago

Put your arms around children in Bogotá
Children from the bad areas of Bogotá need the love of Jesus to fill their hearts, families and friends. We try to show Christian values and rescue children from the misery, violence and the paramilitary.
Sandra Patricia Perdomo, Bogota

So close to the Christian affluence yet so far away
Here in Cuba there is a desperate shortage of all kinds of Bibles and materials. The few that trickle through are not enough for the number of pastors here. We need Bible materials, conference handouts about any Christian topic, and your daily prayer support. We would especially like to be friends with a church in the UK or maybe Europe.
Pastor Radames Figueras Castañeda
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Missions trip to Korea
Dear beloved brother Les, I have been away for sometime now to South Korea on a mission trip to speak at a Pastors and Lay Leaders Conference. I spoke on Successful Christian Leadership and Principles of Church Growth and also visited many churches in Korea to share the word of life and faith with them all. I thank the Lord Jesus Christ for confirming His word with signs, miracles and wonders.
Daniel C. Patrick, World Christian Revival, Accra.

§ Hello Pastor Daniel, thank you writing with your news, it is always good to hear from you. I was very blessed to hear how the Lord has opened the door for you as a Ghanaian to go and teach in Korea which is a very different culture to yours, and a land that has sent out thousands of missionaries. Welcome home. God bless, keep and prosper you in the harvest fields of your own nation.

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I need a part-time multi-lingual assistant  with at least Spanish and English, and some French and Portuguese if possible to help me provide support by e-mail. Just a few hours a week. You can live anywhere in the world. If you long to go but have to stay at home, then the world will come to you, or maybe this would be ideal for a former pastor or missionary. No-one here at DCI gets a salary but we do help each other.
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How long till the Commission is complete ?
The Great Commission is not complete but the 20th Century saw a large number of plans for global mission, and the number is constantly growing. Although 90% of mission is still targeted at people who are already Christians a growing number of previously unreached people groups are becoming open for the Gospel.
From Status of Global Mission, Todd M. Johnson with Prof. David Barrett,
based on 10 million questionnaires in 3,000 languages.
From Friday Fax in English, New Zealand.
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We are 25 Pastors working together . .
Our cause is the preaching the gospel and encouraging the churches in various places of this region. We hold a whole night prayer every month and then we conduct outreaches 4 times in a month. In April we were called to preach at Chirala for 3 days, My 2 sons and the pastors were there to preach the word of God. At the end of the convention, 12 people received Lord as their personal Saviour. I have baptised them in the Bay of Bengal where the Tsunami took away the people. We appreciate your partnership in this work of our Lord. May God bless you richly for what you have done to the least of your brothers in this heathen country
Pastor Benjibab Yelchuri, AP.

§ We are recommending the integrity of Pastor Benjibab and Mrs Krupa and their work to you. Fell free to visit their website and make contact directly with them, maybe you can help him to do more, go further and take care of more poor children and villagers. They have a lifetime of experience to offer you and have paid a price for their faith and leadership.
Les and Pilar.

$100,000,000 to fight AIDS in India
When the richest man in the world announced 2 years ago that he would give away $100 million to fight AIDS in India, he might have expected thanks. Instead, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates was criticized by the government then in power in India for "spreading panic" and "completely inaccurate data" after he quoted predictions that the number of Indians infected with HIV and AIDS would top 20 million to 25 million by 2010 which would double today's global HIV/AIDS population and shift the epidemic's centre from Africa to India."

§ This is the headline from a very important TIME feature article about understanding the spread of AIDS in India and why that is, and the possibility of a vaccine. We recommend it to you.
Les and Pilar

We need Christian books for children.
If you have information please contact me. Thank you.
Mita Rosita, Pontianak

Nurlan's lost herd leads him to Jesus
In the moonlight a man and his 12-year-old brother, are hurrying over the hills near the Chinese border searching for their family's most valuable possession, a herd of 280 sheep. Nurlan, the 12-year-old, had left the herd alone for two hours and when he returned, the herd was nowhere to be seen, and wolves hunt there. Nurlan was afraid of his mother, who would punish him harshly for losing just one sheep! After hours of searching, they finally gave up. Nurlan's elder brother had heard the Gospel in jail, and become a Christian. He said "we must pray!" Nurlan was surprised. Pray? He had tried that once by standing in front of a statue of Stalin, crossing himself and praying "Stalin, please help us." Now his brother was praying to Jesus. He too prayed a few words to Jesus that they would find the herd. Nurlan sensed a deep peace, and suddenly saw the whole herd in a hidden side valley, complete and unharmed. Nurlan's heart leapt, Jesus had answered their prayers. Today, Nurlan is studying at a Bible school with other Kyrgyz youths and praying to find lost people, not sheep, who need to find their way back to their shepherd, Jesus. Source: DMG Informiert
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32 students in the School of Mission
I am based in Mzuzu, the northern part of Malawi 300 kms north of the capital, the population in this commercial city. I am training 32 students in the School of Mission some of them being Pastors from different denominations and the number might increase as the time goes by. I am one who has been shaped by your studies and even as I teach using the same I get more revelation. Thank you for your encouragements I now know that I am not going it alone but there are those who are with me in prayers.
Missionary Musa Atte Aringo, Malawi.

§ Musa is a graduate from the EAPTC School of Mission in Nairobi with whom we have a close relationship. After three and a half years of studies Musa has returned to Malawi gone on a one way ticket after an initial six month trial period there, when he opened a School of Mission and two churches. The testimony is men like Musa is music to everyone's ears.
Les and Pilar.

The Sacred Valley of the Incas
This is the least evangelised area in Peru, where the Inca traditions, occultism, superstitions and religion are mixed up. This is a Mecca for tourists from all around the world seeking something spiritual, supernatural or mystical, what makes it a challenging missionary field to reach out for Jesus Christ.
David Chavez Rodriguez, Urubamba-Cusco

Do you have any contacts?
Do you know anyone who can help Quechua people in extreme poverty in the mountains. We want to develop projects so that they and their children can live. It is very difficult to get to them and we need sewing and knitting machines, PCs and some funds to loan so they can start raising animals.
Pastor Julio Leandro Chatata Cuyo, Cusco

§ Hello Pastor Julio, I am so sorry to tell you and everyone else who writes in with a similar heart-breaking requests that we do not know anyone other than the major NGO's already in your country. However for free PCs, contact Computer Aid Our own very small Trust has a web page here and the Bank for the Poor page may also give you some ideas.

We would really welcome some new monthly or one-time supporters from round the world so that we can help more people like this willing pastor. Here is the special safe page to join us

Les Norman.

Ready to help any way we can . .
We are here since 2001 as missionaries to a church in difficulties which we came to work with and unite. We are also ready to help you in whatever way we can. We are from Brazil, and we work for the Kingdom of God. I can read Portuguese, Spanish, and a little bit of English.
Aurasil de Lima Rodini Netto, Pastor, Águeda.

The vision became reality and here I am
Hello Les, I sent you a project from Colombia for you to see how you could help me. You told me about Miguel Diez and 4 years later, here I am, in Spain, serving some of the neediest people in the world through Remar who are now in 56 countries worldwide.
Andres Fernando Tarquino, La Coruña.

§ Hello Andrés, thanks for writing, I remember you. Congratulations on your journey of faith, you have our very best wishes for your new position. Say hello for us to everyone in Remar, especially to Pastor Miguel Diez.

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Praying together across the world
Hello Les, we prayed for you and for your spirit to travel around the slum with us. It was a truly awesome night. We went to every house in the slum and prayed for each family and each house had a worship song or two. We also distributed two sports shirts to each of the 50 kids and had a animal balloon making party for them. It was truly an unbelievable anointed evening. We left the slum feeling completely exhausted but truly blessed. You and your prayers really made a difference to ours and your outreach in the Shan slums last night.
Gareth, Aree and Family

§ Prayer is the most simple and the most remarkable and powerful ministry that is open to everyone who believes. Distance is no problem, you simply agree a time, adjust it for your time zone, and turn to Jesus together across the miles. Then wait and see what happens. Why not ask the Lord to give you some prayer partners around the world, e-mail makes everything so easy. You are always welcome to pray for us !
Les and Pilar.

Mombasa School of Missions now in Kampala.
Our target is to train indigenous missionaries for church planting targeting the unreached people groups in East Africa. From September this year, we are planning to have students from all over East Africa come to study here in Kampala Uganda. I am therefore looking for short term volunteer Bible teachers.
Benedict Amenemoit, Kampala.

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God still does miracles today.
I know a ten-year-old boy who was hit by a speeding car. His brain damage was so severe that every day for four days his family were told he would die. They asked God for a miracle and slowly but surely that which could not happen did. Over the next six months his speech and movement returned, over the following year he was able to leave his wheelchair and walk, and today he leads a healthy, active life. He became a university lecturer, soon to receive a PhD, and plays in a successful Christian rock band. I know it’s true; that person is me. God also works miracles in our emotions. He can heal our hearts from the pain and baggage that humans collect over the years. The most important miracle is when God forgives your sins and gives you a new start.
James Harding, Word on the Web
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Parlez-vous Anglais?
When it comes to learning a language, how fluent do you really need to be to communicate effectively? If you're considering cross-lingual ministry read this article by David Boydell, Principal of Les Cèdres Christian French language school in Paris article for insights from over 20 years of teaching French to mission workers. For those needing to learn Spanish, take a look at this page
Mike Frith, One Stop Information Service for World Mission

An evil-eye from Turkey, or is it ?
A friend brought back a souvenir from Turkey which looks like a kind of evil-eye. Should this be allowed in our houses. Do you know anything about this blue eye ?
MW, Nottinghamshire

§ OK, what you have seen is a very popular souvenir from Turkey. Traditionally, it is believed that a simple glass blue eye can ward off evil and bring luck and success. You see blue eyes hanging in Turkish homes, shops and in jewellery. It is a bit of European folk-lore, ancient superstition, call it what you will, not Christian in origin. It is intended to give magical protection against the actual evil-eye curse, a bit like crucifixes or St.Christopher's medals worn by superstitious people. It is probably not the "evil-eye" of medieval religion which was a curse that was and still is put on people in rural parts of Europe. It is probably not the evil eye symbol of Masonry, which is on the US dollar note. Whatever your friend has it is no aid to faith and freedom. Personally I would not have it in my house, nor any of the popular batik souvenirs from Asia which have pictures of the gods in the designs. If you are interested this page has a history of the evil eye. Troubled by superstitions, curses, evil-eyes ? Reach out to Jesus, welcome Him into life and you will see just how quickly God sets you free from all these things.

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The Purpose Driven Covenant By Rick Warren
Today I am stepping across the line. I'm tired of waffling, and I'm finished with wavering. I've made my choice; the verdict is in; and my decision is irrevocable. I'm going God's way. There's no turning back now! I will live the rest of my life serving God's purposes with God's people on God's planet for God's glory. I will use my life to celebrate his presence, cultivate his character, participate in his family, demonstrate his love, and communicate his Word. Since my past has been forgiven, and I have a purpose for living and a home awaiting in heaven, I refuse to waste any more time or energy on shallow living, petty thinking, trivial talking, thoughtless doing, useless regretting, hurtful resenting, or faithless worrying. Instead I will magnify God, grow to maturity, serve in ministry, and fulfil my mission in the membership of his family.

Because this life is preparation for the next, I will value worship over wealth, "we" over "me," character over comfort, service over status, and people over possessions, position, and pleasures. I know what matters most and I'll give it all I've got. I'll do the best I can with what I have for Jesus Christ today. I won't be captivated by culture, manipulated by critics, motivated by praise, frustrated by problems, debilitated by temptation, or intimidated by the devil. I'll keep running my race with my eyes on the goal, not the sidelines or those running by me. When times get tough and I get tired, I won't back up, back off, back down, back out, or backslide. I'll just keep moving forward by God's grace. I'm Spirit-led, purpose-driven, and mission-focused, so I cannot be bought, I will not be compromised, and I shall not quit until I finish the race. I'm a trophy of God's amazing grace so I will be gracious to everyone, grateful for everyday, and generous with everything that God entrusts to me.

To my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, I say: However, whenever, wherever, and whatever you ask me to do, my answer in advance is yes! Wherever you lead and whatever the cost, I'm ready. Anytime. Anywhere. Anyway. Whatever it takes Lord; whatever it takes! I want to be used by you in such a way that on that final day I'll hear you say, "Well done, thou good and faithful one. Come on in, and let the eternal party begin!"
Copyright 2005 by Rick Warren.
Used by permission. All rights reserved.

God has called me to India
I would like to get in touch with missionaries in that part of the World, to pray for them whilst the God sends me.
Betzay Rachel Romero Troconis, Caracas.

Can you be a volunteer teachers or camp helper ?
Come and work with us from July 24th to December in our Bible Camps for orphans in three cities. Teach 4 to 14's who have never been to school because of the death of their parents. Have fun with the kids, do sports, feed and clothe them, ensuring that these children enjoy a good relationship with the Lord.
Pastor Billiance Chondwe, Lusaka.

Our Last Word for Today
Do things get harder when you get older ?
Is it true that things that didn't used to bother you, do now? It happens to us all, I have been feeling so low in spirit lately and felt that my relationship with God was really dwindling. I even started to convince myself that I didn't know the Lord. I was so worried about this spiritual low that I re-committed my life to Him again this morning. The enemy attacks in many ways, my mistake was I was listening to him and not to God and I felt that everything I had gone through with God was for nothing and that my life was worth absolutely nothing in Gods eyes. I saw my salvation slipping away that's how bad and low I felt spiritually. That's why I had to act and re-commit my life to Him again.

This morning was awesome after I re-committed myself to Him again, I feel re-born all over again. I also feel that I had not lost Him but it was just Satan's lies, but I feel stronger for my renewal and re-dedication to our Lord Jesus. I thank and praise His holy name for the reassurance that I had not fallen from the path or given up on God and I praise His name for showing me how much of a lying, cheating, stealing force Satan really is. I thank God for not giving up on me and for still loving me, when I was almost reaching rock bottom. Don't let life or Satan get you down, we have to remain with faith in Gods promise that everything will be fine and He is big enough to truly see us through to the end and that no problem is to big for Him to handle. God is our only true source of life so let's keep focussed on Him and who He really is, and our position in Christ's family.
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