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From the Ends of the Earth

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God is using Spirit-filled Nazarenes from the ends of the earth to go into the entire world as cross-cultural missionaries for the Church. There are now Nazarene missionary training centers operating in several nations that include Argentina, Guatemala, Korea, Philippines, and Brazil. Our missionaries come from almost 40 countries. Read just a few short stories of these ...more
Paperback, 91 pages
Published 2012 by Nazarene Publishing House
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Lance Towers
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This book contains eight snapshot biographies. My favorite tells of Samuel and Lumae Yangmi, who have started orphanages in Thailand, Burma and China. Through proclaiming the apostolic gospel in northern Thailand an entire village (called Ban Mai Pattana) has come to faith in Christ. What a joy to learn about missionary families within the Church of the Nazarene!
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