God’s Truth Touches Hearts

Atith, who lives in a village in Cambodia, was experiencing a dark time. It felt like the people in his village looked down on him. He felt hopeless and lonely, and struggled to find purpose. He had a lot of questions, but no answers; he thought about taking his own life. During this very bleak…

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Back in God’s Family

Raised in the church, Henry Flores walked away from God in his teens. “I began to get lost in alcohol. I let my friends carry me away,” says Henry. He tried but couldn’t beat his addiction on his own. When he had children, Henry began to see his need for Jesus again. “I told my…

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Safe in the Love of God

In many parts of the world the choice to openly follow God is not an easy one. That was certainly the case for Anya. A school friend introduced 13-year-old Anya to a kindhearted church planter named Preeti. Anya visited Preeti regularly and soon she received Jesus as her Saviour. At home, Anya’s older sister, Varsha…

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Freedom in Christ

Addiction to alcohol and gambling consumed Goral. His wife and daughter suffered his drunken abuse, making their lives hopeless and miserable. He was always in trouble, risking his job at the rice factory. Over time, drinking took its toll on Goral’s health. Goral knew he didn’t want to die and leave his wife and daughter,…

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Sharing Christ’s Love

As we continue our global work, we are also aware of the need for gospel presence and awareness in the mission field right here in Canada. The Canadian evangelical church is largely a white, middle-class and English-speaking movement. You may have heard fellow Christians mourning this reality. Sometimes these voices come from cynicism toward the…

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Packing Up to Start a Church

Soon after Rufino and his family became Christians, this family in Honduras decided to move from La Guacamaya to a new city. But it didn’t take long for them to have to move again. In fact, they had to move back to La Guacamaya. Why the sudden change? They realized that their friends and family…

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Spreading the Gospel

Roberto is part of the indigenous Shuar people group and lives in a community deep in the Ecuadorian jungle. His home is accessible on foot, by four-wheel drive or by air. No one arrives at this remote location without planning and great determination. Guillermo, a local champion trained through Bible League Canada’s ministry partners to…

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Redeeming the Romani

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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Forgotten But Not Lost

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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