Yearly Archives: 2013

December 2013 Update

We spent November in INDIA and NIGERIA where we visited and ministered with two AMEN partner projects in each country. The global south (sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Latin America) is now numerically the largest part of the Christian world. Evidence

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November 2013 update

Having spoken and taught in ITALY and     SERBIA during October, November will see us visiting and ministering with four AMEN partner projects, two in INDIA and two in NIGERIA. Prayers that we glorify God and stay healthy and safe are

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October 2013 Update

I am writing this during our return flight from Scotland to London. Although the numbers attending the ‘Keswick in the Borders’ were less than expected, the convention seemed to be a great success with many books distributed, many friends made

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September 2013 Update

I am writing this 48 hours before flying back to the UK following an encouraging time with pastors and leaders here in Kumasi, Ghana. While some had travelled from neighbouring countries to be present, e.g. Nigeria, Togo, Liberia, many work

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August 2013 update

While Greenland is considered to be a European country dependent upon Denmark, it is also designated as part of the North American continent; surprisingly, Greenlanders look more Asian than Western. Originally called Eskimos, modernity has not been a universally positive

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July 2013 update

GREENLAND has a number of unique features. It is the world’s largest island yet has the lowest population density of any country*. Sadly, while there are many church buildings, real commitment to Christ is scarce with some serious moral problems

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June 2013 update

Our three week visit to Brazil was significant. We repeatedly saw some in mission-minded churches openly take a step towards serving in cross-cultural ministry. Of every 100 Brazilians, at least 20 are Bible believing Christians whereas in Europe, less than

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