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jub, albania

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Posted by Anthony Adams on

Posted by Anthony Adams. Last month a team of us spent some time supporting a group of believers asthey began to build friendships in the village of Jub, Albania, where theypray there will be a vibrant church community in coming years. As we soughtto help them make their initial connections we...

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Tags: church planting, albania, jub

laptops and jeeps 4 mission!

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  Three years ago, while meeting colleagues in Russia, I had an unusual request. ‘On my next visit, could I bring one or two laptops for use by local church workers for mission.' Without promising, I said I would investigate. Two months later, we ran the ‘Laptops 4 Pastors...

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Tags: laptops, russia

update on the situation in mongolia

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Posted by Radstock Staff.   Though we have heard no further updates from our friends in Ulaan Baatar, news services are reporting that the unrest in Ulaan Baatar is quieting down and the situation has stabilized.  For more info, read the BBC's latest...

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urgent prayer for mongolia

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Radstock's connections often put us at the heart of situations that are politically tense and uncertain. Today (2nd July 2008) we received an email from one of our contacts in Ulaan Baatar, the capital of Mongolia, detailing severe disturbances following the election there on June 29th. The...

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rising fuel prices good for africa?

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Posted by Brad Byrd on

Posted by Brad Byrd and Nick and Erica Lugg High fuel prices and soaring food costs may not be all bad and may actually be creating access to capital for the poor of Africa. According the the Wall Street Journal (6/30/08) "Rising prices are luring more private investors to Africa's food sector...

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Tags: farming, africa, zambia, micro enterprise development

european nights in jub, albania

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Posted by Brian Jose on

Posted by Brian Jose It was late. Anthony, Besi and i had been showing the Turkey-Croatia European football (soccer) match on the wall of Spiro's restaurant. (Big place, mostly for weddings. Must seat about 25% of the village.) It had gone into extra time, then penalty kicks. Turkey won. Is...

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crossing cultures in my own city

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Posted by Kara Callaghan on

Posted by Kara Callaghan I have lived in Washington DC for nearly 17 years. In a town where others who share my ethnic and socio-economic background come to build their careers staying 2-4 years, my tenure is nothing short of unusual. Some would even say it's counter-cultural. So why do I...

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Tags: usa, cross-cultural mission

a cafe in the forest...

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Posted by Radstock Staff The Republic of Udmurtia, central Russia... a land of lakes and forests... a beautiful land, but one, however, where the locals say, 'This is where the tomatoes stay green,' - such is the climate there.Other, more serious problems beset the people who live there, a...

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starting a church albanian style

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Posted by Jon Maxim on

by Brian Jose I spent a couple of hours "church planting" two days ago in Jub, a farming village of a few thousand people, not far from the main Albanian port of Durres, but which took about 40 minutes to get to, being down some bumpy, dusty roads. In the Communist time, it had four football...

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Tags: church planting, albania

Cuba Connections

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Posted by Kara Callaghan on

Radstock is currently exploring connections with those interested in Cuba including Cuba para Cristo (Cuba for Christ).  If you or your church are interested in developing these connections and exploring opportunities in Cuba, contact Anthony Adams at  

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