Entries by theEFCC

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Op-Ed: Missions as Activism?

If you’re into missions, there’s a good chance it’s because you care about people. But sometimes as we face a large, hurting world, it’s challenging to know where to begin. Some turn to politicians, trying to implement a large-scale change from the leadership. Others work socially, trying to change the mindset of their friends and […]

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Agua Viva Building Progress

The building project in Mexico for the Agua Viva (Living Water) church is developing swiftly. As reported by Reg and Linda, a couple deeply connected with the Mexico team, this phase of the building project has been completed in a remarkable five weeks! The basis of the construction project is a steel structure, covered in […]

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Op-Ed: Age-Old Missions in a New-Fangled World

Have you noticed that being a Christian has become somewhat controversial recently? It’s an interesting paradigm to grasp. The world is adopting a “live-and-let-live” type tolerance, and Christianity is kind of at odds with that. In two ways. On one hand, we have a moral code that is (or should be!) more stringent than that […]

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Hungary English Clubs

We celebrate with our Hungary team the end of a successful fall semester! Their classes were attended by about 40 adults, 5 teens and 10-15 children. A large part of December was spent making preparations for the English Club Christmas Program. They put on a children’s drama and a shadow play the of Christmas story. […]

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Professional Associate Category

The EFCCM’s new Professional Associate designation opens up opportunities for missions involvement to people with unique skillsets. Perhaps you’re wondering how your experience in the trades, or professional roles could be used on the mission field. Let me assure you, there is a deep need! For one thing, missionaries need your help to bring their […]