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Old Testament stories get intense response from those hearing them for the first time.

People from Pete and Liesl Hypki's home church helped finish their house so they could focus on learning the culture and language.

Learning cultural taboos is important preparation as Ric and Sharon Bruce get ready for ministry.

Influential people coming for a visit oppose the church and the spread of the Gospel.

Missionary Nathan Kelm will finally have an opportunity to meet the Guarayo people, among whom he hopes to minister.

Missionary Craig Schafer shares a little perspective after time away from tribal life.

Siar believers, hungry for God's Word, are getting more than seven hours of Bible teaching each week and are loving it.

Joel and Andi McMartin have learned enough French to become more involved.

A banana farm is planted with high hopes for future ministry.

Missionary Beth Devine shares a perspective on electrical power and on God's overruling power.

Joy and peace are replacing the fear and discord that have, until recently, reigned in this Mengen village.

A woman told missionary Nadia Hattingh that her womanizing husband has changed since hearing God's Word.

A social drop-in visit clearly reveals a heart that God has prepared to hear His Word.

The missionary team has always known there would be a finish line for their ministry.

Missionaries who are studying culture and language are learning much more than how to translate words.

Mark and Joanne Hunters' neighbors think the house next door is home to more than 20 spirits.

Libanya helped other believers meet Jesus as well. He taught Firm Foundation Bible lessons.

More work on the Guarijio Bible translation is in line for this young man who is so intent on finding and following God's will.

Filipino believers travel many rough hours to spend a week teaching jungle Vacation Bible School.

In frustrations and delays, missionaries Matt and Christine Hamb have been reminded that God's plan is right on track.

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