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  • The packing paper gospel of William Carey

    We don’t always see the outcome of our actions, we tell people about our faith and we never meet them again, we sow a seed and we never see it grow – but that...

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  • Sharon Dirckx: the exclusive

      “I became a Christian in the middle of a biochemistry degree,” says author, academic tutor and scientist Sharon Dirckx. As a scientist and a Christian,...

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  • Meet BMS partner worker, clinical psychologist Claudia Barrero

    Claudia Barrero is a BMS Supported Partner Worker and works as the clinical psychologist in the Huambutio clinic, alongside BMS worker Dr Anjanette Williamson. Claudia...

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  • Syria relief: the latest

    Since the beginning of the Syrian conflict in March 2011, millions of people have either been displaced within Syria or become refugees in countries such as Jordan and...

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  • Education means mission

    As a parent, you naturally want your kids to go to a good school and have the best education they can. You may even move to an area just so you have a better chance of...

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  • Showers of blessing

    September has been a month of answered prayers. UNICEF chose to give 3,000 mosquito nets to BMS World Mission’s Guinebor II Hospital, a visiting team performed 16...

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  • Sowing seeds on sandy soil

    “I’ve never been anywhere where there has been flooding before. It took a while to get my head around the fact that the river I was looking at wasn’t even...

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  • Giving Brazilian children the space to fly

    By Marta Grebnoff, Space-to-Fly coordinator at the First Baptist Church of São Caetano, São Paulo, Brazil.   “Our aim is not just to ‘save...

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  • Mission of the mind

    Among my favourite hymns is Frances Ridley Havergal's Take my life, which is simultaneously holistic, referring to the whole of life, and challenging – I can...

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  • How friendship can save a life

    Noeline found her passion for tailoring and actively pursued it. “I've loved sewing since I was young,” says Noeline, “So when I got a chance to be in...

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  • The Arabic satellite of love

    Why does God allow so much suffering? Why is God allowing war in my country Syria? My daddy told me that God is there and God exists but now I cannot see that. Is God still...

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  • The rubbish dump kids

    “If you can think of hell then I can imagine that hell’s probably a little bit better,” says BMS World Mission worker Charmaine Trendell. “This is a...

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  • The great Thai bake off

    The sweet scents of fresh focaccia, granary and soft white bread have been smelt this month as BMS worker Sarah Brown, working with our partner NightLight, began baking...

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  • Action Teams: The mystery of Min Y Don

    If you know anyone who has been on a BMS Action Team, ask them about Min Y Don. You will soon see a look of terror or a knowing smile appear upon their face. Don’t...

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  • Syrian refugees: ‘Helping as many as we can’

    “Hearing about the conflict is one thing,” says BMS partner Rev Jihad Haddad. “Sitting with these people who are crying in front of you, not knowing what...

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  • Revolutionising medicine in rural Nepal

    There are no experienced doctors in most rural Nepalese hospitals. Without the access to General Practitioners, the rural poor can either scrape together what money they...

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  • Pray for Guinea elections

    Excitement and trepidation. That is how the people of Guinea are viewing parliamentary elections, according to BMS mission worker Simon Wood.   Update: Since...

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  • A call to action – IMC begins

    “If God wants it to happen, it will happen,” were the words of encouragement Hannah James’ friend said as Hannah contemplated spending a gap year of...

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  • Cheap clothes: Think before you buy

    Have you ever come back from a lunchtime at the shops and proudly shown your colleagues an outfit you’ve bought at a bargain price?   Getting a good deal is...

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  • Exclusive interview with Jürgen Moltmann

    Drafted into the German army in 1944 at the age of 18 to fight in WWII, Jürgen Moltmann spent three years as a prisoner of war. Trapped in a camp in Belgium, he found...

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