PulseTV — Update from Zimbabwe

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I was pleased to film this Q&A between Petros and Susan. (Fun fact: Susan wrote the info, and the questions! :-)   )

Please share this with your family, friends and church. Zimbabwe needs our prayers and our help in tangible ways. Some of these have been outline in the EFCCM’s World of Hope campaign. You can find more details about that by clicking here.

Additionally, Susan provided this video piece which features a song written and donated to Zimbabwe Gecko Society by local, BC artist Sanna Lavallee:

PulseTV — EFCCM Latin America Area Director

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In this the 12th episode of PulseTV, we are privileged to host Steve as our guest. Steve is Area Director for Latin America, and shares briefly about our Compassion Ministry efforts in the region, and around the world.

It reminds us of the breadth of passion and experience that our missionaries bring into their work. We are so grateful for all who have followed God’s call on their lives, and who serve through the EFCCM.

Due to lack of interest, and the amount of extra time it takes, we are not by default posting the downloadable versions of this video clip here. If you need them posted here, then comment below and we will reconsider.

Pulse in Chinese

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Here is the most current edition of the Pulse in Chinese.

We invite you to peruse it — the English version has initiated one of the longest, deepest discussions we’ve had on this site.

Please be sure to share this with anyone who is interested…and who is literate in Chinese. :-)

The Pulse: Is Relevance a Dirty Word?

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We’re pleased to present our latest edition of the Pulse. To read the content, you may click on the graphic above, or visit this link.

Please share this with anyone you think would be interested, and feel free to discuss this edition in the comments below. (As per all discussions on the EFCC website, the Website Comment Policy will be strictly enforced.)

The Latest Chinese Pulse

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This is the latest version of the Pulse that has been translated into Chinese. Please share this with anyone you think would be interested, and of course, who can read Chinese.

You can read the edition by clicking here (and if you desire there’s a downloaded pdf version that you can get from there as well).