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From South Africa: A God Who Speaks

May 17, 2019
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One day we were in a local community praying for anybody who was sick. Our team walked around and went door to door asking if there was anybody in need of healing, in hopes that we could pray for them. While we were making our way around, we came across two ladies who were lounging…

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Is Jesus Worth It?

April 19, 2019
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Is Jesus worth it? This is a question we face on a regular basis in our christian culture today. If you were raised in church, the answer to this question may seem an obvious “yes,” but when we actually stop to think about it, does the meditation of our heart or the action of our…

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Drama in Missions

Using Passions in Missions: Drama Edition

April 12, 2019
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I’ve always been a shy person so for many it comes as a surprise that I love drama, both acting and writing plays. I’ve always been known as quiet but when given an avenue of creativity like acting, I come alive. I knew it was a passion, but it always seemed like it would end…

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YWAM Father

He is: Father to the Fatherless

March 22, 2019
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It was our first night of ministry and none of us knew what we were doing.  Going into the evening, all I was prepared for was the plan we had. We were going to perform a drama that illustrates the Gospel, two of my teammates were going to share their personal testimonies and someone else…

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YWAM DTS Missionary

From South Asia: Joy in the Midst of Pain

February 1, 2019
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Sitting on the ground of a small slum home, I look into the eyes of a lovely 42 year old woman. She is a daughter, a mother, and a wife who’s suffering from various health issues. She was raised Catholic, but knew very little about what it means to have a personal relationship with God. She…

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