Mang vs. Yang [Todd’s 2nd and Final Unreached People Groups Fund Blog]

01May

Mang vs. Yang [Todd’s 2nd and Final Unreached People Groups Fund Blog]

Insults were normally the first thing Sister Yang heard as she walked each day past the house of Luo Mang, her neighbor. Luo Mang often peppered her loud insults with curses as well. Luo Mang is not just any ordinary neighbor. She is the wife of the assistant elder, a powerful position in the Chinese rural government system, who helps oversee 10 villages in all. He must be committed to the Communist Party to attain and hold this position.

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14Apr

Report from China [Todd’s 1st Unreached People Groups Fund Blog]

Wow, how blessed I am! Before and during my trip to China last month I received many emails thanking me for going and promising prayer support. How encouraged I felt having you on the team that sends me! I was honored to go on your behalf.

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11Feb

My Mom Was a Witchdoctor

Pastor Paul Fang has baptized many believers in China, but none more important than the one he recently performed. This new believer in Jesus was once an animist who worshiped spirits in trees, rocks and other objects, and practiced witchcraft and strange superstitions. She lived in deep darkness, regularly cursing her enemies, but lived under the continual curse of tormenting spirits. She spent all her life in poverty, and was even forced in her youth to build roads under Mao's regime.

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20Sep

Fighting Fang

God is moving again amongst the A-Che people of Southern China. Those of you who have been following our efforts know that the A-Che, until very recently, was an unreached people group. Much has happened in the last few months. As of this month, about 50 A-Che have made decisions to follow Jesus. Of those, 40 have attended discipleship training courses, and 30 have been baptized. This is cause for great rejoicing and praise to God!

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01Jul

A Breakthrough Among the A-Che

Winning members of the world's unreached people groups to Christ often requires years of searching for cultural keys, plus relationship building and prayer. But sometimes a breakthrough can begin with a miracle. That is just what happened recently in a remote corner of China among an unreached people group known as the A-Che (pronounced "ah-chay").

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