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  • IMB missionary tells of terror and hope in Paris

    November 19 2015 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor | with 0 comments
    IMB missionary tells of terror and hope in Paris

    Colby Corsaut sat sleepless in the early morning hours of Nov. 14, reflecting on the terror that broke out across Paris, France, the night before. He had walked through the middle of a global terror scene, and he now felt his call to serve the people of France was as sure as ever.

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  • In Paris, 'death, pain & terror' met by prayer, hope

    November 16 2015 by Charles Braddix, IMB/Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    In Paris, 'death, pain & terror' met by prayer, hope

    Friday the 13th became a day of infamy in Paris after a series of coordinated terrorist attacks in Paris left at least 129 people dead and 350 wounded. The self-proclaimed Islamic State claimed responsibility. IMB officials reported all of their personnel in Paris are safe.

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  • Paris tragedy leaves Parisians open to gospel

    January 16 2015 by Nicole Lee, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Paris tragedy leaves Parisians open to gospel

    Christian workers in Paris expressed surprise that a number of native Parisians are appearing more receptive to the gospel following last week’s terrorist tragedy. This new openness by Parisians comes on the heels of terrorist attacks targeting the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a secular satirical newspaper famous for its…

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  • After Paris tragedy, IMB workers call for prayer

    January 9 2015 by Nicole Lee, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    After Paris tragedy, IMB workers call for prayer

    International Mission Board workers in France pray the terrorist attack in Paris by Muslim extremists will not result in a greater divide between secularism and people of faith. Mark Stone, a church planter in Southern France, says the polarization of French politics can be traced almost entirely to …

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