Genocide in Ethiopia

Who lives in Ethiopia? The main ethnic groups represented in this land-locked country of East Africa are the Oromo (occupying the southern region and extending into Kenya) and the Amharic occupying the northwest highlands. While these are only two of the eighty ethnic groups represented in Ethiopia, they are the largest and make up over …

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Inbox: Empty

It’s been over two years since we last ‘caught up’ with international mail, and it’s a strange feeling. As of Friday, July 2nd, 2021, we finally caught up with international mail. To state the history of the mailroom briefly, in December 2015, I took over the mailroom from Christian Horst, who had worked for several …

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Our Future Hope

Jeremiah 29:11 is a well-known verse of Scripture. It says, “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.” But few people quote or understand this verse in its context. Here is the verse just preceding …

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About the Cross

Do you believe in Christmas? The miracle and power of Christmas? Christmas was God’s idea, not man’s. Christmas is an exciting time of the year for Christians to celebrate and remember the first coming of the Lord Jesus as part of God’s ultimate plan of redemption for fallen humanity. But is there more to Christmas? …

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An Open Door – Double Match Opportunity: MET

“I can’t attend church…” What would you do if the doors to your local church were closed? In North America, we didn’t think that was possible—until the COVID-19 pandemic! Many people around the world don’t have the privilege to attend church services. Either there’s no church available or they’re prohibited from attending. How do Christians …

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