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Help start a business in the Gobi

Posted by Peter Walters on

Meet Tumenjargal (pictured above), a church planter and business leader in a remote outpost in the Gobi in Mongolia. After being trained four years ago, she started a business making traditional children’s clothes. Radstock's partner ministry Seedtime provided a loan which enabled her...

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USA Round Table Roundup

Posted by Vanessa Whitfield on

On October 17th, we held our 2nd annual USA ‘Round Table’ event in Sterling, Virginia. In attendance were several pastors and key leaders from various churches, five of which are located in the DC metropolitan area. The meeting provided ample time for both our key and network...

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Tags: usa, round table

Lordsway Ministries and Gifts of Hope

Posted by Kara Callaghan on

A hearty welcome to Lordsway Ministries who recently joined Radstock as a network of 13 key churches!  Lordsway plants churches in Zambia and Malawi.  Through Lordsway's charity/non-profit Children in Crisis Africa [CiCA], they seek to help strengthen and empower families to care...

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Tags: zambia, cica, children, gifts of hope

Metal Shops, Camels and Socks - Business as Mission in Mongolia

Posted by Anthony Adams on

Last month Anthony Adams, Radstock's UK Director, had the opportunity to visit churches in Mongolia.  Along with Paul Williams, Radstock's Eurasia Director and the founder of Radstock's partner organization Seedtime, Anthony saw first-hand how God is on the move. Here is an exerpt from his...

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Tags: mongolia, micro-enterprise, south gobi, business training

Take your ministry seriously, but don't take yourself seriously (2)

Posted by Brian Jose on

Reflecting on this provocative article, Brian Jose considers how we in the West should  respond to no longer being at the heart of the Spirit's work in the world.   In the Cold War era, 'mission executives' (the worst term in Christendom?) used to meet in secret...

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