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  • Das ist Rupen!

    Posted: 23 April 2017 by David and Dorot...

    Sorry – the title’s German, not Dutch! In our recent blogposts we have introduced some of the people we work with here in Amsterdam. Next up is Rupen Das, a Canadian who joined IBTSC in 2015 and leads the Missions stream at the Study...

  • A million candles in the darkness!

    Posted: 23 April 2017 by Caroline and St...

    Well it’s been a long time since our last written blog, so we have lots to share with you! To give you an idea, our written blogs normally get a total of around 400 views, but our photograph blog of last year got over 4000, so we are keen...

  • Here we go…

    Posted: 21 April 2017 by Linda and Tim Darby

    In 7 days we will be in transit ‘home’ to Uganda. We have realised how much it feels like home during this ‘home’ assignment. The children especially Joshua have asked about Gulu and when we will be going back. We have...

  • Fire

    Posted: 21 April 2017 by Andy and Jenny ...

    We were woken by an explosion at 3am on Tuesday morning. From our bedroom we could see toxic black smoke rising from the Catholic Church which is about 50m from our house. There were a further 2 smaller explosions and we heard the firebrigade...

  • It is finished…well almost!

    Posted: 17 April 2017 by Dave and Michel...

    I am writing this post seated here in the library at the International Mission Centre. As I reflect on this month, I can truly say a lot has happened. I can confirm, our formal training has now been completed. Thankfully both Michele and I have...

  • Two Years

    Posted: 17 April 2017 by Simon and Wendy Hall

    Today marks what might have been our first child’s second birthday, had she made it to term. It has not been an easy couple of years for us with lots of changes. In the span of what might have been her little life, we’ve seen earthquakes...

  • Pisco Clark

    Posted: 13 April 2017 by Daniel and Regi...

    I am sure that some readers of this blog have had the experience of providing the wine/grape juice for communion. This usually involves going to the local supermarket and buying the suitable beverage. As our church uses non-alcoholic communion wine...

  • God’s Tapestry of Grace

    Posted: 10 April 2017 by Paul and Sarah Brown

    We always feel like we are saying Happy New Year, but when you live in a country that actively celebrates 3 new years for the year it is hard not to get involved.  So again… Happy New Year 2560!  You can visit our blog from April...

  • The Death and Resurrection of Jesus Were the Culmination of His Life and Teaching: An Easter Reflection

    Posted: 6 April 2017 by Arthur and Loui...

    By Martin Accad In the gospel of John, chapter 12 (1-8), we read the story of a woman called Mary, who anointed Jesus’ feet with perfume. But who was this enigmatic Mary character, and what was the significance of her act? 1 Six days before...

  • At Home in Nepal

    Posted: 5 April 2017 by Rebecca Clark

      To all the people who’ve ever asked me a complicated question like “Where are you from?”  or even “so where’s Home?” or my absoloute least favourite “But where are you from originally?” I...

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