Urban Poor: China’s changing demographic

The rapid pace of urbanization in China during the past 3 decades has led to a demographic shift of unprecedented proportions. Within less than one generation, China’s population has shifted from being less than 20% urban to being more than

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World day of Prayer for Myanmar

We believe prayer has been part of the beginning of change here and we want to keep praying and doing what God has for us in order to be part of a heart change, justice, freedom and reconciliation in Burma.

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Celebrating women – then why all the suffering?

March 8 is International Women’s day. The UN has declared an International Women’s Day theme for 2013 “A promise is a promise: Time for action to end violence against women”. Jesus gives dignity and identity to women and God’s people

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Understanding Tibet

In all the world, there is no other place like Tibet. This mysterious land is larger than the states of Texas and California combined, and is unique for its altitude, extreme weather, vast pastureland and distinct form of Buddhism. Tibet

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The Church in Vietnam

67 of the 113 people groups in Vietnam are still considered “unreached” by data on the Joshua Project site. A new governmental decree detailing registration requirements has been issued which would further restrict the ability of the existing churches to

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