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Wandering the streets of North Korea

Homelessness is on the rise in North Korea, according to a report from Daily NK, (a media outlet run by North Korean defectors). An interview with two people, one living inside North Korea and one recently defected, explores the reasons for this. Homelessness among children is a long-standing problem in North Korea. There is even a specific term for them

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Good News amongst much bad news for the troubled church in Nigeria

Last Saturday, Eugene Bach did a Facebook live about the situation in Nigeria. Pastor Olamide Dawson, a Nigerian pastor involved with the CAN (Christian Association of Nigeria) spoke with Eugene about the recent kidnapping of Bishop Joseph Masin. We were called to pray for his release. Bishop Joseph Masin is an important leader of the churches in Nigeria and chairman

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Food and face masks in India

We received encouraging news from our partners in India today. Like the rest of the world, the pandemic has a great impact in India, but they testify how God had already prepared them for it although they were unaware. In the past few years, they had done a lot of training in sustainable farming and aquaponics. Many villages had been

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Launch of Fufu kids!

How do you make a lock down more useful and more fun for your children? We have an answer to that. Welcome to Fufu Kids! Yes, Lock downs are a challenge, but they are also a chance to expose your children to things that may not be in their school curriculum. Mission being one of those. We believe your kids

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