The Romani people, also known as the Roma people, are one of the most marginalized groups in Eastern Europe. They are often viewed with contempt as many consider them to be poor, with little social skills and inappropriate behaviours. Globally, the Romani can be found in many countries, but one country stands out as the…

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There is a long-forgotten village in Bulgaria that was once composed predominantly of Christians. The community had experienced a vibrant period of revival during the 1990’s and was the picture of a healthy Christian town. When Bible League Canada’s local champions visited this village, they were excited to engage with a local community of Christians.…

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In Chon Daen, Thailand, on September 6, 2020, an historic event took place: 1,435 people from over 200 villages, who heard about Jesus for the first time this year, were baptized! This followed two earlier events where 520, and then 640 people were baptized! Outreach teams, newly trained to start new churches, went out to…

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Ediyan was born into a Muslim family in North Macedonia. His grandmother taught him about Islam and faithfully took him to the mosque. At age 15, Ediyan moved with his family to a new neighbourhood. Across the street, a Bible study group was meeting weekly. He was eager to make new friends, so when they…

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Hosborn has just completed training to start new churches, with a group of 25 others, “This training sparked something in me. It awakened a fire in me to reach my community for Christ!” Your support was vital for their training and equipping them with Bibles for the task ahead. After concluding the first in-class module…

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Planting a church in La Unión, Ecuador, was going to be more difficult than Víctor Medrana thought. The local priest spoke out against Victor’s Bible studies and encouraged people to sign a petition to get the mayor to close them down. People were fearful. But, God had a plan for La Unión. Known as one…

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“Before I believed in Jesus Christ, I did a lot of bad things,” shares Makara, a 34-year-old from Kampot province in Cambodia. Makara admits that she had issues with a bad temper, gossiping, jealousy and quarreling with others. She says she was a selfish woman who didn’t trust anyone. Makara lived a sad, unhappy life…

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At first her pastor was worried when Anda told him she was going to preach the Word of God in Bado Marin, El Salvador — an area known for gang activity. “But I know the same God who allowed me to work in other places preaching His Word is the same one who will go…

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Mealea prayed to spirits and idols, the traditional guides for life in her village in Cambodia. But joy and peace did not follow. She felt angry all the time and often quarreled with her husband. Their children were frequently sick, and even though Mealea paid the local witchcraft practitioner to treat them, they never seemed…

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