Missionary Spotlight
Philip and Colette Pope

The Philip Pope family began serving in Thailand in 1978. During their 17 years on the field, the Lord blessed with the starting of 3 churches. They were home on medical furlough for 17 years, getting therapy for their youngest son, Weston. During that time, the national pastors were used by God to start an additional 7 churches (4 in Thailand, 1 in Laos and 2 in Myanmar). Since 2012 the Popes have returned to Thailand for about 6 months out of each year. On these trips they have been involved in visiting the churches, teaching Bible Institute material and doing translation work. more...
A Changed Life
Hiroshi Miyazaki

I MET THE BIBLE for the first time in the spring of 1978. At that time my wife was teaching children's Sunday school, and she was studying the Bible til late every night. On Saturday nights, she would have rehearsals for Sunday. She put up some pictures on a board and had me sit as a student. She seemed to be enjoying it very much, but I just could not believe what she was teaching. God created the space, the sea, the mountains, plants, and animals in six days. God also made a man. He took a rest on the seventh day. Jesus was resurrected. Sunday is the day set aside to go to church. more..

Missionaries of the Day
Saturday, October 25, 2014

Matthew 5:6 Blessed [are] they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.

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