Resourcing Mission with Inspiring Stories of Relevance?

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Paul Windsor unpacks a well-meant phrase and causes us to ask if it's enough.

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“The Light Shines in the Darkness”

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When we work together to transform our world into a place where peace and justice brighten the dark and dangerous places on the planet, we share something of the light of Christ.

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Jules Riding in Eastern Europe

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In 2014, I approached retirement age after twenty years of full-time music ministry. I felt as if I had 'earned' my retirement from ministry, and honestly began to look forward to less travel, more family time, less activity, and more peace and quiet. Oh, my. You've heard the Yiddish Proverb, “Make God laugh, tell him your plans.” Jules Riding tells us about his recent trip to Eastern Europe.

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Freedom and Hope

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Freedom from the sex trade, the reality of the Bible, faith in suffering, and the victory of Christ over darkness – these are just four examples of the good news of Jesus from our Tranzsend workers in Asia!

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The Fitter, the Farmer and the Florist

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There is a continuing perception that to do ministry overseas requires a raft of extraordinary (almost superhuman) gifts and abilities. But is this true?

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Changing Lives One At A Time

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Did you know NZBMS has a child sponsorship programme? We share some stories and ways you could be involved here.

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In A Class Of Their Own

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When education is reasonably easy to access it can be taken for granted. For a person whose family has endured generations of poverty however, education can be the key to freedom and the creation of a new legacy for the generations to come. We share an example of this here.

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‘Great Spiritual Awakening’ Among Slovakia’s Romani People

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Something wonderful is happening among Slovakia’s Romani people. One by one, members of this very poor and marginalised community are becoming Christians and seeking to change their lives and those of their communities.

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Reading was "A Dream I Never Dared to Believe Could Come True"

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Reading is a skill that we can take for granted. But this gift can transform lives, as we learn about from Albertine's story.

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The World’s Most Violent Country is ‘Changing Weapons’

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Honduras is struggling with the extent of violence. Yet from this place of fear and corruption, leaders of the country are asking for help from the Christian community and Bibles are being provided in their thousands!

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Jesus People USA: A Heart for the Homeless

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Jeremy and his family are part of Jesus People USA, an intentional community caring for the poor and homeless of Chicago. He shares a little of his story to date.

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Mobilizing Young People for Mission

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Encouraging young people’s involvement in overseas mission can seem daunting. Youth interested in mission can often feel overwhelmed with all the options and needs overseas. They require people and organisations to help them work out the ‘what, where and how’ of serving overseas.

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From the Other Side

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We have often reported on New Zealand Baptist work amongst the people of the Kalasin region in Thailand where Tranzsend workers, Peter and Lynley (and more recently, Andrew and Roanna) are based, but what about the Thai people themselves?

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Wirawat's story

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My name is Wirawat Nama, my friends call me Sunny. I grew up in a small village in the North of Thailand as the son of the village headman - but I'm not Thai. Thais call us leftovers...

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Hope Continues Still

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In late 2014, Mike Crudge, in a group of ten, (from Hopestill’s home church, Oxford Terrace, in Christchurch) visited New Zealand Baptist work in India and Bangladesh.

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Freedom Comes to Murshidabad

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Sometimes circumstances rob a young person of their childhood and force them to grow up too fast. That is what happened to Abla*.

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The ripple effect

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"I often think about my choices and actions, and what the ripple effect from them might be. Most of them - good or bad - I will never know about, but I was encouraged by one recent ripple..."

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I never liked the taste of milk

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Julian Doorey is a Tranzsend worker involved in Banzaid projects in South Asia. Here is news of his latest venture...

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