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radstock's first usa conference

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Posted by Kara Callaghan on

Join us for Radstock's first U.S. conference "Mobilize Your Church for Mission" A one-day conference hosted by Radstock MinistriesMonday, October 20th, 9am-4pm   Capitol Hill Baptist Church525 A Street, N.E., Washington, D.C.Entrance to the parking lot is on 5th Street between East...

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sending in faith

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Posted by Matt Barton.  Matt Barton heads for Kosova mid-October where he will work alongside the local church and missionary community there to develop business opportunities.  Matt is being sent by a Chinese church in his home town of Stillwater, OK.   One of his hopes is to...

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Tags: kosovo, kosova, chinese

and they're off...

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Posted by Radstock staff. Church-based businesses begin in the Gobi Desert . Arising from Radstock's connections, a small team set out in May from St Mary's Old Harlow , UK to teach business start-up skills to church planters and their associates in Mongolia. Micro-Enterprise Development is...

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Tags: mongolia, business

gifts of hope

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Posted by Kara Callaghan on

Considering giving a gift of hope this year on behalf of your loved ones.  Check out the catalogue of gifts here.

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multi-national mission in kosova

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Posted by Anthony Adams. One of the Radstock principles that we emphasise is that partnership in mission is best done when local communities of believers are cooperating together. In the context of a short-term mission team, it means that ministry is not in isolation, but is an integral part of...

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Tags: kosova, kosovo, partnership

kyiv church leaders to visit usa

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Posted by Kara Callaghan on

In September 2008, Max Tykhonov, pastor of Solomensky Presbyterian Reformed Church in Kyiv Ukraine, and one of their ministers Alex Travnikov are planning to visit U.S. to share with churches an update on their work and ministry. Their purpose is to refresh their supporting contacts and try to...

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Tags: kyiv, kiev, ukraine

as the world watches

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Posted by Brad Byrd on

The world’s spot light is on China at the moment. For the next few weeks countless millions will have their tv’s tuned into the Olympics. As we watch the games let us also lift the host nation up in prayer. A nation where following Jesus is forbidden and the church meets in...

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Tags: china, micro enterprise, finance, business

urgent prayer - georgia

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The current fighting in Georgia brings to the fore once again the troubled history of the Caucasus and its many people-groups. The Caucasus is that strip of land between Turkey, Iran and southern Russia. Although a relatively small geographical area, the peoples who live here have been separated...

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Tags: georgia, caucuses

heart-lag

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Posted by Kara Callaghan on

Posted by Peter LaRuffa. Peter LaRuffa is the Youth/Children's pastor of Grace Fellowship Church in Florence, Kentucky. He recently led a group of 17 individuals including many teenagers and young people on a short term trip to Albania. Grace Fellowship Church is in partnership with the Lushnje...

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Tags: albania, team, heart-lag

russian church planting - in london!

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  Meet Andrei and Natasha Petrine (pictured). Both from Russia, Andrei and Natasha are resident in the UK, and Andrei has been in church leadership in London for several years. He is now striking out in a new direction - church planting among the 200,000+ Russian-speakers living in London...

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Tags: london, church plant, russia

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