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  • African nation’s Baptists stirred to advance gospel

    In the country that birthed voodoo, Baptists in Benin are working to pray for and support the spread of the gospel in the Sub-Saharan country. It’s a story IMB missionary Barbara Singerman can’t share without tearing up. “They are investing in missions,” she said. “They are expressing a love and appreciation and oneness – participation in the work.

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  • Congo releases few adopted children to waiting families

    November 18 2015 by Kiley Crossland, World News Service | with 0 comments
    Congo releases few adopted children to waiting families

    In September 2013, Congo’s government suddenly froze all international adoptions by refusing to issue any exit permits for adopted children. Dozens of children stuck in halted adoptions in the Democratic Republic of Congo are now authorized to leave the country after two years of waiting, according to an announcement Nov. 2.

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