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“I witnessed hearts that had come alive. Now in the darkness, there was light. Joy and faith were being formed in these young people. They were being made new in the hope of Christ.”

 
JOHN CONNOR, GP MISSIONARY ALUMNUS
LEARNING TO GRIEVE

LEARNING TO GRIEVE

WAITING FOR GOD IN THE CONFUSING IN-BETWEEN I am not an expert when it comes to grieving. Far from it. My wiring is to be a naturally upbeat person. In fact, positivity is one of my top strengths on the Clifton StrengthsFinder. Emotionally insulated The American...

FILLED WITH HOPE AMID SEASONS OF GRIEF

FILLED WITH HOPE AMID SEASONS OF GRIEF

O Saviour, thou hast wept, and thou hast loved; And love and sorrow still to thee may come, And find a hiding-place, a rest, a home. Charles Wesley, from “Thou Knowest, Lord, the Weariness and Sorrow” It would be true for many that there has never been a season in our...

Karis Project Update

Karis Project Update

Military conflict erupted in October and November 2020 for areas surrounding our team’s work. While a peace treaty was signed, the death toll in just those two months was estimated to be 6,000 people with thousands more losing their homes and being displaced. Almost...

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