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Stories about how God is working among the neediest people in Asia and the Arab World

Watering the wastelands

Kiwi ingenuity is helping local farmers irrigate their crops without having to depend on expensive electrical pumps.

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Gods New Thing

International speaker and author Martin Goldsmith writes on movements of God around the world.

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Church Finding

The Team Leader of Urban Vision Interserves cross-cultural ministry within the UK writes about his experiences of church finding in South Asia.

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Reflections on Jonah

An Interserve worker in West Asia writes about the choice facing the church.

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Blood and Honour

An Interserve worker writes about giving blood to save a dishonoured life.

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A Hatchet Man Goes to Glory

The life and death of a Christian who stood up for his faith.

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Too Late For Some

How life and death in the Middle East highlight the urgency of mission to the hard places.

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Cross-cultural mission in Britain

Interserves UK ministry arm Urban Vision is helping immigrants from Asia and the Arab world hear and understand the Gospel.

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Knowing how to read the wallpaper

NZ author Beulah Wood is reflective as she walks through a noisy and colourful village in South India.

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Bride stealers

A Kiwi couple are facing an unusual barrier to their language learning their language helpers keep getting bride-napped.

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Do Muslim women really need saving

An insightful look into what the followers of Islam really need: an encounter with Jesus Christ and to know His love and acceptance.

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Aradhna

Chris Hale the lead singer of Aradhna writes about worshipping Christ in Hindi.

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23 years later

Heather an On Tracker writes about returning to India 23 years after she left it.

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Pot inspector

An agricultural scientist shares a humorous account of how he accidently became the worlds most highly qualified pot inspector.

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