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Daniel and Regiane Clark
Peru
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Daniel and Regiane

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A Baptist minister and former missions tutor, Daniel uses his experience and theological training to teach at the Baptist Seminary in Lima. He provides Master’s level training as well as designing courses and building a body of national lecturers for the Peruvian Baptist Convention. Regiane works with low-income communities, using her skills and experience in church-based community work. They have one daughter, Ana and their home church is South Ashford Baptist Church, Kent.
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  • 10 Apr 2019
    The sad tail of a medical campaign
    Posted by Daniel and Regiane Clark at 22:27 on Apr 10th, 2019
    Just over a week ago we were up in the Andes, in Arequipa, as part of a joint venture of the Seminary and Social Action Department. I carried out a course in Social Action with the students from the seminary’s campus at Jerusalem Baptist Church, and Regiane helped organise a medical campaign a
  • 4 Apr 2019
    Everybody loves “las chicas”
    Posted by Daniel and Regiane Clark at 15:11 on Apr 4th, 2019
    Over the last six months our church Bethel Baptist Church has been hosting a BMS Action Team, Becky, Bethan, Katie and Mari, collectively known as “las chicas” (the girls). They taught English at the school, helped out in numerous other activities, supported the church plant at Pilar
  • 24 Mar 2019
    Blind Willie Johnson Sunday 3: Everybody ought to treat a stranger right
    Posted by Daniel and Regiane Clark at 22:38 on Mar 24th, 2019
    Everybody ought to treat a stranger right, long ways from homeEverybody ought to treat a stranger right, a long way from home One of Johnson’s songs which has a surprisingly contemporary message is “Everybody ought to treat a stranger right.” Blind Willie Johnson’
  • 10 Mar 2019
    Blind Willie Johnson Sunday 2: Johnson’s midrash and Peruvian Potpourris
    Posted by Daniel and Regiane Clark at 23:45 on Mar 10th, 2019
    As mentioned in our previous post on Blind Willie Johnson his knowledge of scripture was mainly oral. Hence it is common for his songs to bring together different Bible passages in an almost random way to reflect on a certain theme. John the Revelator This is arguably the most well known
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  • 23 Jul 2018
    An Update from Daniel
    Posted by Daniel and Regiane Clark at 14:04 on Jul 23rd, 2018
  • 23 Jul 2018
    An update from Regiane
    Posted by Daniel and Regiane Clark at 14:02 on Jul 23rd, 2018
  • There are no home assignment dates available at this time but these will be posted here as soon as they are confirmed. In the meantime please remember that you can request a BMS Speaker at any time in the year.

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The sad tail of a medical campaign
10th Apr 2019

Just over a week ago we were up in the Andes, in Arequipa, as part of a joint venture of...

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Everybody loves “las chicas”
4th Apr 2019

Over the last six months our church Bethel Baptist Church has been hosting a BMS Action Team, Becky, Bethan, Katie...

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Blind Willie Johnson Sunday 3: Everybody ought to treat a stranger right
24th Mar 2019

Everybody ought to treat a stranger right, long ways from homeEverybody ought to treat a stranger right, a long...

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Blind Willie Johnson Sunday 2: Johnson’s midrash and Peruvian Potpourris
10th Mar 2019

As mentioned in our previous post on Blind Willie Johnson his knowledge of scripture was mainly oral. Hence it is...

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