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I will be discussing the value of short term missions. Also we will be covering all the interesting things that are going on here in Costa Rica as well as describing life here and even a average day in the life of ....the HOOVERS ( maybe some music too..lol)
It's been nearly a month, but North and are back after a long absence.
Tonight, we'll be discussing the fake Mars Rover Missions so it should be an informative episode with the enormous amount of information that North brings to the TT table.
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Learn more about Alaska Wilderness Missions as host Richard Jordan interviews Anchorage, Alaska businessman Randy Comer who has been instumental in many of CSF's father/son mission/construction projects across Greatland Alaska since 1997. From participating in the construction projects with his three sons to hosting over ten annual Sportsmen's Prayer Breakfast and other outreach forums, Randy has served as a founding member of Alask'a broad and impactful outreach to sportsmen.
In 2009, Randy led a CSF expedition on snow machines across Alaska's landscape over 350 miles in tracking a large part of the Ididarod Trail where the IRON DOG race lierally plows the course for the annual sled dog event each February. A successful hotelier in Anchorage, Randy has the family owned "Anchorage City Limits Lofts" with over 250 rooms. and a first class music cafe and studio which has premiered many recording stars as well as serving as CSF's Alaska Headquarters.
You do not want to miss this exciting interview with one of Anchorage, Alaska's great entrapreneurs and civic leaders who has helped to pioneer the landscape of this cold northern region's thriving economy. As a committed follower of Jesus Christ Randy has a deep love for marriage, family, country and his church. Call in with your questions for Randy during the second half of the show. Thanks for listening in. You will be blessed!
ACAC continues its strong commitment to missions through generous contributions, pastoral support for missionaries, short-term missions trips and partnerships with other countries and churches. Today regular guest Pastor Glenn Hanna joins John to discuss the latest happenings with missions and what is in the works for the summer months
What's working and what's not in our far-flung and creative efforts to take the gospel everywhere?
Three missions leaders for Christian churches/churches of Christ look at the current situation and answer key questions about missions progress, obstacles, and opportunities.
Read their comments in the November Christian Standard. (Download it today via the Christian Standard app available at the App Store, Google Play, or Amazon Apps for Kindle Fire.)
Then bring your questions about international cross-cultural evangelism to this discussion.
Reggie Hundley is executive director of Missions Services Association, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Doug Lucas is president of Team Expansion, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Tony Twist is president of TCM International Institute, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Hello to all of my precious listeners. This is your host of The Glory Zone, Lawrence Bailey and I am back with you to discuss my up and coming mission trip to Liberia. I will be discussing my vision and mission for Liberia. I will be taking a 14 day mission trip to Monrovia, Liberia to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to the wonderful and beautiful Liberians. Liberia has undergone such painful times, have lost much, and have alot of hurting people who need have hope restored to their land. Due to the lack of finances and a hurting economy I will need as much help as humanly possible. We need to handle many expenses to insure the success of all of the up and coming meetings. So I encourage you to tune in tonight at 6pm sharp.
Dr. Klaus-Dieter John grew up in Germany and met and fell in love with his wife, Martina, during his term as high school class president. The two bonded over the strong call they felt to obtain medical degrees in order to serve the medical needs of the poorest of the poor.
Dr. John began medical school in Germany, eventually completing his surgical training at Harvard and Yale in the U.S., as well as in Johannesburg, South Africa. Martina was trained in both Germany and the U.S. and is now a certified pediatrician in both countries.
Their medical missions work took them from Ghana to Ecuador, eventually bringing them to Peru, where they helped found the ministry Diospi Suyana in August of 2002. The main goal of Diospi Suyana was to maintain an interdenominational mission hospital, which was opened in the highlands of Peru in 2005. The ministry also operates a dental clinic, a school and a children’s ministry in Curahuasi, Peru.
For more information about Klaus-Dieter John and the work of the Diospi Suyana Hospital.
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Back in September, we broadcast a program called “The Hole in our Gospel.” It exposed what is missing from many western Believers’ theology, almost like it is missing from the words of the Scriptures, a hole in the Bible in regard to us caring for those who need it most!
Today it gets (and stays) really personal for us at BHtv. We are blessed to host a pastor from Zimbabwe, Africa who has been a friend and inspiration to Hazim family since 2007.
Today on Biblical Health TV Radio & Video LiveStream, we are hosting an angel in the studio all the way from Africa. His testimony and ministry will absolutely inspire your faith into action!
It’s time for “Missions to Africa” with Pastor Peter Ndamba!
Learn more about Pastor Peter, and support Missions to Africa at: www.PeterNdamba.com
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