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the feast

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A UK couple in northern Iraq share the joys and sorrows of a people celebrating Cejin Qorban.

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Tags: kurdistan

culture shock

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Posted by Peter Walters on

How to begin? Four weeks in and we began to hit a communication barrier. As each day went by we quickly realised that it was impossible to convey what we wanted… not to our friends here but to all our loved ones back in the UK. Early on we began to trim our expectations of phone calls ...

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Tags: kurdistan

answers for a friend (2)

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Posted by Paul Williams Our correspondent continues his penetrating cultural enquiry and its implications for the church and mission. He asks:  Is our goal a multicultural church where we are all brothers and sisters together? Sounds good but in practice I think it reflects an ...

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Tags: uk, kurdistan, cross cultural mission

liberating the people

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Posted by Paul Williams Continuing our series on ministry among Kurds in the UK and Kurdistan, our correspondent looks at the impact of the Gospel on one man, and considers its wider implications.             Life is becoming saturated with poignant moments. Standing ...

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Tags: uk, kurdistan, cross cultural mission

on the road

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Posted by Paul Williams Andy’s text read, “OOOOH. GOD HAS HIS HAND ON OUR DEAR FRIEND. HE IS THE ULTIMATE SEEKER! SUCH GREAT TIME JUST NOW. HALLELUJAH. HE IS NOT FAR FROM THE KINGDOM.” Andy had just dropped a dear Kurdish friend back home and spent some time talking to him about ...

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Tags: uk, cross-cultural mission, kurdistan

a new hero for missions?

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Posted by Paul Williams A UK church is discovering that being drawn to ministry among Kurds, and mission in general, is not the preserve of a few, but the privilege and responsibility of everyone in every church. Here, our contributor assesses some of the pitfalls of missionary biographies, ...

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Tags: local church, global mission and the local church, kurds

it started with a kiss

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Posted by Paul Williams A church family in the north of England shares its story as they begin to minister to Kurds.    Kurdish men kiss. Greeting each other they offer a firm handshake followed by a cheek-to-cheek greeting; once, twice, three times depending on the friendship. It was 5 ...

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Tags: cross-cultural mission, kurdistan

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