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The machine that saved Valentin

The machine that saved Valentin

On a sunny Guatemalan day, high up in a tree, a little boy was fighting for his life. He had climbed up the rough bark with no problem, but now he couldn’t find a foothold. He twisted and strained to regain his balance, but he knew it was too late. In a last-ditch...
The source of cultural slavery: On the ground in Thailand

The source of cultural slavery: On the ground in Thailand

Today we visited a slum near Bangkok. It’s places like these where the cycle of cultural slavery truly begins. In these neighborhoods, there are few jobs and even fewer schools. Entire families have lived in the same shacks for generations. And from the day they are...
Stand with your persecuted brothers and sisters

Stand with your persecuted brothers and sisters

Our Christian brothers and sisters are under attack. Global persecution against Christ-followers is at an all time high. In fact, some scholars estimate more Christians have been martyred in the past 100 years than in every previous century combined! Most of us have...
‘I think it is my turn to have a Bible’

‘I think it is my turn to have a Bible’

Chen, at age 50, has cried only two times in his life — five years ago when his mother died, and a few months ago when he received his own copy of God’s Word. It was three years ago when Chen, whose name we’ve changed for his safety, became a Christian in China. His...
The Venezuelan food crisis — a story you may not have heard

The Venezuelan food crisis — a story you may not have heard

Carmen kneels beside her baby’s coffin, adorning the wood with tiny white wings. The wings are a Venezuelan tradition, meant to symbolize a young child who has flown away to heaven far too soon. It’s a sight that is all too common in this country today as people die...
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