Entries by theEFCC

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Update from Thailand

Larry and Diane in Thailand are earnestly praying for more workers to be raised up within the country, and for there to be a spiritual reawakening there. Oppression is so evident, with many people worshiping false gods and focusing on misplaced priorities. But there is some hope too. Through on-campus ministries, some are finding hope […]

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New PCA Home

This update comes from John and Naomi, Mission Associates who do a significant chunk of work in Panama. Panama Christian Academy (PCA) is a school that they are working closely with, and it is currently renovating a new building to handle its recent rapid expansion. There are still numerous legal and physical details to be […]

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The Debt Epidemic

An update from one of our couples in Ukraine outlines the growing threat of credit abuse. For this particular people group (and for several others around the world), the concept of credit is entirely novel. With this new financial ‘freedom’, people are spending large amounts of money unwisely, and are getting themselves into real trouble. […]

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Caring for Your International Staff

I recently received a small publication from Ron and Beryl, a couple involved in missionary care through the EFCCM. It’s worth sharing, so I’ll summarise it here. (If you’d like to see the whole thing, contact us, and we’ll make sure you get it.) They’ve broken down the missions career into four compartments, and prayer […]

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The Emerging Church

There seems to be a lot of interest in the emerging church conversation right now throughout the church. When it pushes too far against the envelope that it starts questioning scriptural truth, there’s certainly a problem! But there are some valuable things that the emerging church discussion has brought back to the surface of our […]