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“We Want A King Over Us”

It’s easy for us to scoff at the Israelites when they pleaded with Samuel for a king and wonder how they couldn’t see how faithful God had been to them. But the Israelites weren’t the only ones who thought they needed a king.

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"On One Condition."

“I have a prayer request for you, will you commit this year to pray for God to answer this petition?” I replied, “On one condition.”

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Cultivating Global Volunteer Partnerships

Mary Dykstra (Global Volunteer Coordinator for World Renew) and I (Wendy) were interviewed for the Transformational Networks blog by Bethany Beachum (Nehemiah Center). Below is an excerpt from that interview. I invite your questions on the topic of global volunteers and partnership.

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Downton Abbey and World Missions

Watching Downton Abbey has become a worldwide phenomenon. It occurs to me that one of the fundamental storylines in that series has important parallels to the future of Christian Reformed World Missions.

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Most Read Global Missions Posts for 2013

10. Getting Involved in Global MissionsThis post definitely has staying power! Written in 2009, it provides a comprehensive list of ways to get involved in missions, overseas and in North America. You'll also find links to helpful resources.

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The Hijrah and the Cross

In his book, Journeys of the Muslim Nation and the Christian Church, David Shenk describes three meetings experienced by a Christian college group in Israel and the West Bank.

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How to Pray for Egypt and Syria

Advent is upon us. The lands of Israel, Assyria, and Egypt were the lands where Jesus was born, was a refugee, and did identify as his home. As we remember his first coming, and watch these countries come into and out of the news, let us not forget to pray for them.

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