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  • In NYC, trustees deepen their church planting vision

    October 11 2018 by Brandon Elrod, NAMB | with 0 comments
    In NYC, trustees deepen their church planting vision

    As the No. 7 New York City subway line rises from underground in Queens, N.Y., passengers then find themselves riding above one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the world. In the school system alone, 176 languages are spoken among an estimated 800 languages spoken in Queens.

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  • ‘100 percent world-aware’: goal of Korean church

    July 10 2018 by Karen L. Willoughby, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    ‘100 percent world-aware’: goal of Korean church

    The world is the common denominator – and the focus of prayer – for an array of ministries of Semihan Church in Carrollton, Texas, site of the 2018 annual meeting of the Southern Baptist fellowship known informally as the “Korean Council.” Even Semihan’s name reflects the link: “Se” is part of a Korean word for world; “mi” …

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  • A small church makes a big difference

    May 15 2013 by Laura Fielding, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    A small church makes a big difference

    Some children are raised in and by the church, and Jane Wise* was definitely the “church’s kid.”

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  • Beggars in Bangladesh find food, Christ

    October 17 2011 by Goldie Frances, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Beggars in Bangladesh find food, Christ

    BANGLADESH – Najia Khatun* knows what her life would be like without the Light of Hope Center in Bangladesh. She knows she would be hungry. She knows she would be uneducated. She knows she would be working long hours at a garment factory. Najia knows – and she is grateful.

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  • Biswas reach Hindus, Muslims for Christ

    March 7 2009 by Mickey Noah, NAMB | with 0 comments

    “Absurd. ” That one word is how Southern Baptist missionary Paul Biswas sums up Hinduism — the religion in which he was born and indoctrinated as a boy growing up in a conservative, higher-caste, ultra-religious family in his native Bangladesh.

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