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Kinnecting Kin [Jun. Compassion Club Newsletter]

Nge Nge with children in kachin state, myanmar
27Jun

Kinnecting Kin [Jun. Compassion Club Newsletter]

Let me introduce you to Nge Nge, one of the newest co-laborers we’re working with at Heaven’s Family. Born in a small rural town in Myanmar (Burma), she was just 3 months old when her father tragically died in a car accident. “There are no words to explain such feelings,” she now says with an aching heart about the father she never knew. After his untimely death, his widow was unable to support her young family, so she sent Nge Nge and her other children to live with different relatives. Nge Nge only saw her mother during school holidays.

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church leaders with copy of the disciple making minister
25May

TDMM Tackles Telegu

David Servant's book The Disciple-Making Minister (TDMM) is a 500-page training manual chock-full of foundational Bible doctrine that is sorely lacking in many parts of the world today.

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29Mar

Mobilizing Missionaries

Walking can only get you so far so fast. In many places around the world, missionaries are doing their best to reach distant villages and communities with the gospel by walking, riding worn-out bikes, or hiring costly taxis.

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30Sep

“Eat Mice and Grasshoppers!”

How desperate would you need to be to change your diet to rodents and insects? The people of Malawi, a small nation in southeast Africa, are now that desperate—even the president of the country said so at a recent press conference, and he recommended the new diet to his starving citizens.

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16Sep

New and Improved!

It has been a full year since your generous donations went towards providing a new dormitory for the girls at a missionary school in Myanmar—a blessing that also allows the director of the missionary school and his family to move into the dorm previously occupied by the students, saving the rent they had to pay each month for their former home.

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30Jul

Something Much Better than Cardboard

What could be worse than children living in the streets? No home, no bed, no protection from the elements—and worse, no protection from those who would snatch them in the night to sell them to human traffickers.

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