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  • The Church in Asia: a privilege to see

    The last six years working with BMS mission workers and partners in Asia has been a very privileged time for me. I have visited so many difficult situations and seen humanity...

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  • Good vibrations: music therapy in Uganda

    You wouldn’t automatically pair music therapy with hearing impairments. But in Uganda, BMS World Mission worker Bethan Shrubsole is doing just that.    ...

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  • Mexico mission trip wins student BMS world citizen award

    A pupil from a school co-founded by BMS has been awarded the BMS World Citizen Award.   The award was won by Katherine (Katie) Hill from Walthamstow Hall School...

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  • Can we beat hunger? Five reasons why we can.

    The poor will always be with us, Jesus said. Maybe, but they don’t have to be hungry.     It’s easy to be cynical.  Charity can only go so...

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  • Sri Lanka’s cyclone winds

    In June, strong cyclone winds and heavy rain caused local destruction to coastal villages in Western and Southern Sri Lanka. Due to a failure in weather reports, the winds...

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  • Are you ready for the mission of the mind?

    Catalyst Live Promo from BMS World Mission on Vimeo.     Experienced, knowledgeable, talented, witty, an innovative thinker - you could say this about any...

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  • Hoping to achieve redundancy

    They fell in love with Nepal in 2001. After 12 years of wondering whether they were called to return, next week the Saunders, from Hope Church, Plymouth, are finally flying...

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  • Are we any nearer to ending world hunger?

    If a close relative or friend died from something completely preventable, how would you feel? Upset? Angry?   Three million children die from malnutrition every...

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  • Time for a change in Brazil

    The seventh largest economy in the world, yet the world’s 17th most unequal country – the people of Brazil have a reason to unite and demand change. Whilst...

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  • Say hello to Damien

    Three weeks ago, Damien Miller arrived in Beira, Mozambique, to begin his time as a BMS mission worker. He took a few minutes out of his hectic induction to tell us about...

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  • “The lame walk”: Rehabilitation in Nepal

    Paralysed at 19, Maya has spent the last nine years lying on the same bed in the same room in the same small house in Nepal.       She fell from a...

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  • A glorious day in prison

    Life is tough for the women of Chissue Prison in central Mozambique. They spend most of their days locked in a dormitory, some sleeping on the floor. Five children also...

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  • Preparing pastors in Nepal

    In a country which has only had theological colleges for the last 20 years, commemorating its 15th anniversary on 2 June was a landmark event for the Nepal Baptist Bible...

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  • A rapist reconciled

    No home, no redemption, no hope.   This was the future facing Alec, a future that many would say he deserved. At 18 years old, Alec was sent to prison for a 13-year...

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  • A light in dark places

    Where has God placed you? Pastor Julio Gonzales works in the middle of a red light district in Lima, Peru. He is the principal of Lima Evangelical Baptist Seminary (SEBAL)...

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  • IF you couldn’t make it: BMS at Big IF London

    You can spot Christians on a train sometimes. I’d love to say it’s because they’re universally pleasant, handing out flowers to strangers, singing old-...

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  • New Mission Co-ordinator appointed

    We are pleased to announce that Menna Machreth Jones is appointed to the new post of Mission Co-ordinator for the Baptist Union of Wales and BMS World Mission. ...

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  • Action Team photos: The winners

    The top three photos out of hundreds taken by BMS  Action Teams during the last six months have been chosen by the BMS Design team. Here are the winners:  ...

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  • Teaching in Afghanistan

    Whenever we think of Kabul we think of war, of tension, of the Taliban. A primary school teacher who lives in the Afghan capital has a very different take on the city....

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  • Join us at Big IF London

    Wondering what to do this Saturday? Why not soak up the summer sun in Hyde Park whilst pledging your support for the IF campaign and fighting against world hunger?...

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