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Mission quotes

“Reaching the unreached is a challenging task, but our primary problem is not the cultural, economic, logistical or political barriers we face. It is more simple: we lack sufficient manpower.” – Justin Long, “Where are We Going?” in Momentum Magazine, July/ August, 2006 Share this post on:

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Changes!!!

Well you probably noticed already, The Everyday Christian blog has been split into two individual blogs like I told you to anticipate. Now I have the Being Christian blog which is actually no different from the original Everyday Christian blog, save for the name change, and which inherits this subdomain. The other new weblog is [...]

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July 2010!

Happy new month! this month makes it about a year and half since I started this blog. Phew! Thank God for his sustenance through the first half of the year. God has been quite good to me on every side. Looking back at most of the goals I set for myself this year. I can [...]

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Back and Better!

It’s about three weeks since my last post on the Everyday Christian Blog. That’s unfortunate and I wasn’t happy about it either, but the circumstances where beyond my control. I’ve had to change my hosting company, that involved transferring my files, database, emails and domain name altogether, a tasking and nerve-stretching ordeal [I never knew [...]

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News Watch: Malaysia | Row over use of ‘Allah’ as God’s name by non-moslems

Arabic speaking non-Muslims have for centuries used the word Allah to refer to God, but in more recent times, the Malaysian government banned the use of the word Allah by non-Muslims. Share this post on:

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News Watch: UK | Christian registrar demoted after she refused to preside over gay ‘marriages’

Theresa Davies said she was forced to move from her £26,000 a year job at Islington Council because of her deeply-held religious objections to same-sex civil partnerships Share this post on:

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News Watch: Morocco | Government shuts down Christian Orphanage

International Christian Concern asks for the world to pay attention to Morocco’s government’s increasingly aggressive stand against Christians and Christianity. According to ICC Regional Manager, Lougan Maurer, they have been forcibly deporting Christian foreigners and bringing charges against the Moroccan nationals that associated with them. This marks a swift and ominous change in Moroccan policy [...]

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Theological Trends in Africa: Implications for Missions and Evangelism

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I’ld like to share with you a great article I found in the March 2008 edition of Lausanne World Pulse, by Gideon Para-Mallam. I’ve read this article several times over in the past one year and I decided to post a major excerpt from it today. It’s a long read even after I’ve tried to abbreviate it a little, but I think it’s worth it absolutely!

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