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LMCO: Mikeskas discover ‘world at our fingertips’

God is bigger than tropical illnesses or geography.

Churches collaborate for rural Bible conference

At the urging and leadership of one family of pastors—a father, son, and cousin/nephew— about a dozen churches came together in an “old-fashioned” Bible conference each evening, Nov. 5-9, in Todd County.

Oneida sends 32 shoeboxes to “Operation Christmas Child”

In November, Oneida Baptist Institute donated 32 shoeboxes of toys, hygiene items and school supplies to the Samaritan’s Purse project, “Operation Christmas Child.”

Visit to pediatrian starts church in Japan

‘Amazing is the only word to describe it’

The Jones' prayed that God would do something big in Japan, and during a routine visit to the pediatrician's office, He did.

Miracles in Appalachia leave Bill Barker in awe

Bill Barker is retiring at the end of December after more than 16 years as a North American Mission Board missionary.

Hearing God during the holidays

What could be blocking you from hearing from God?

LMCO: Muslims in Russia

‘If you can’t go to them, I’ll bring them to you’

Moscow now has more Muslims than any other European city.

LMCO: Giving joy to the forgotten refugee

Once they arrive in Europe, refugees who make their way from North Africa are often forgotten. Missionaries bring them hope.

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