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Your Legacy Matters

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

Establishing a will is vital for everyone. But did you know that this task can provide for those you love and powerfully bless ministries you support? As a faithful Radstock partner through the years, we know that you are excited about our vision to connect churches around the world for global ...

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Tags: giving, long-term support, legacy

A Thirst for the Word in Myanmar

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

One Radstock member shares about the need for Bible training for local gospel ministers in isolated regions of Myanmar. Can you help? Sitting in the winter-time 30 degree celsius heat, in a small wooden house on a remote hillside in Myanmar, I looked at the people gathered on the floor in front ...

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Tags: bible training, myanmar

Thank You for Giving!

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

We wrote about Mongolia's current winter crisis a few weeks ago. Now we want to say thank you!   Seedtime recently turned over around £2,000 ($2,830), a tidy sum in Mongolia, to the Mongolian Evangelical Alliance for its crisis appeal. All of the money came via Radstock! The ...

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Tags: giving, mongolia, winter crisis

Mongolia Winter Crisis -- Please Help!

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

Widely reported blizzards continue to buffet much of the Eastern USA as I type, impacting several Radstock members and churches who live there! But did you know that, at the same time, Mongolia is in the midst of a severe winter crisis which is threatening the lives and livelihoods of herders ...

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Tags: mongolia winter crisis aid appeal

"Project Samos" Needs Your Prayers

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

The ongoing work of “Project Samos,” one of Radstock’s priority projects in a particularly sensitive part of the world, needs your continuing prayers. Here’s the latest update: We are very heartened to see the 6 intrepid pastor-evangelists taking gospel initiatives in the ...

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Tags: priority projects, unreached

Wanted: Your Church Members

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.  Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,  teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And ...

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Tags: mission, sending, long-term opportunities

Brighten Mongolia!

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

Seedtime, a Radstock partner in Mongolia, is now raising funds for a children's day care centre. Started by a Radstock member church, this centre brings the love of our Father to its neighbourhood, both by providing employment and by caring for around 10 needy children from Ulaanbaatar's 'ger' ...

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Tags: giving, mongolia, small-business

Breaking Down Idols

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

One Radstock member church in Mongolia is busy building…and destroying. This church in Ulaanbaatar is moving from their old meeting place to a new one nearby. The two-room building will have an office and a meeting hall, which they will be able to use for all kinds of church activities. ...

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Tags: mongolia, prayer

Spreading the Blessing!

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

Seedtime, a micro-enterprise development organization in Mongolia, recently celebrated the launch of a new credit union located in the Gobi Desert. This is an exciting moment for small business in the Gobi.  The credit union, called "Spreading the Blessing," is now capitalised and tasked to ...

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Tags: gobi desert, micro-enterprise development, mongolia

Putting Their Money Where Their Mouths Are...

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Posted by Amy Tyson on

Praise God with us that a network church in Mongolia is planning to put three mission teams into the field this summer! To do this, they decided to give up their weekly Sunday fellowship meals in order to use the money saved to support the teams. This is quite a sacrifice for them, as the ...

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Tags: giving, mission, mongolia

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