Gifts to India - UPDATED

October 9, 2020

Update - 16th October 2020

We have received a note to say the Indian Government’s Home Ministry has announced that organisations subject to their recent edict have a grace period in which to comply.  Foreign contributions can now continue to be remitted to existing bank accounts until 31 March ...
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Apprentices of Christ

October 2, 2020

To Sharpen our Thinking

As you start reading the New Testament you frequently confront the word disciple in the first five Books where it’s used around 250 times. Once you move out of Acts in the Epistles, the word isn’t used again.  In Acts 11:25-26 when Paul is introduced as the one who ...
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"Thank you for thinking of us. May God bless you and we all pray for your safety." She noted that our team member had called to find out exactly what items they needed, saying "No one came to us and asked us exactly what we needed. Nobody values us. They treat us as product...
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Whatever Happened to Sin?

September 12, 2020
I remember as a young man listening to missionary pioneer Colin Tilsley singing in a duet. The words of the refrain were “Why must I die, why must I die I can hear the people cry”. I was profoundly moved and felt the weight of people’s need of Jesus.   People...
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August 28, 2020
The Elders of The Street Church are pleased to formally commend Rachel Duff to the work that she will be doing in Mexico with Youth With A Mission. Rachel is a trained physiotherapist and will be working alongside local and foreign health professional volunteers in local com...
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Jesus, the Missionary

August 22, 2020
Jesus launched his mission of establishing God’s kingdom in the synagogue in Nazareth by reading from Isaiah chapter 61 v 1, “The spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach the good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the pri...
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Paul & Helen Simaure

August 21, 2020
Paul and Helen Simaure have a passion for evangelism and enabling others to come to know Jesus Christ. Helen, in particular, uses her gift for language to bring God's Word to the various people groups in PNG. The couple have four children, two of whom are adopted. Paul ...
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Ronald Muna

August 14, 2020

A seed that bears much fruit.

The new principal of Ambassadors Bible College has weathered a few challenges in his ministry, but he is committed to building the work in his home town and nearby regions. Ronald is from Guala, 4 kilometres from Koroba in Hela Province. He began teaching at what was then ca...
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Devastation In Lebanon

August 10, 2020

Anger. Stress. Hopelessness

This how a local Lebanese Pastor describes the feelings of the  Lebanese people after last weeks massive explosion in the main port of Beirut. Between ongoing economic issues and political tensions, this tragedy is now another burden the tiny country has to bear. With h...
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Joel & Cathy Iwo

August 7, 2020

A seed that bears much fruit

Chaplaincy is a strategic ministry for young people in their formative years. And for Joel Iwo, the opportunity to serve in this way motivated him to study theology. As he graduates this year with a Bachelor of Theology from CLTC, he plans to return to his role as Chaplain a...
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