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The Silver Man

A German street performer ignites a missionary's distaste for the people and country she serves. Until she realizes she is just like him.

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Country Church, City Church

How an MTW church plant in middle-class South Asia is multiplying and making waves

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“You are helping me to understand!”

Each week a small group of five women in Bulgaria read a parable together and talk about it. The discussion opens doors of understanding.

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From the Coordinator: Creating a Healthy Church-Planting Ecosystem

For healthy church planting we need to cultivate the whole ecosystem—break up hard soil, establish deep roots, and provide nourishment.

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How to Build a Denomination: Blazing the Trail for Reformed Churches in Uruguay

With no Reformed denomination in Uruguay, the Calls’ task is bigger than starting a church. It's to build an entire denomination.

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A Pastor's Perspective: How the Global Missions Conference Shaped My Life's Direction

In 2002 a college student attended the GMC, a conference that shifted his life's path. Now he's a pastor helping co-sponsor this year's GMC.

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DAY 19: Pray for more opportunities for Christians to engage Muslims, for many to come to faith. 

DAY 18: Australia: For The Village Church plant in Perth and the work of missionaries there. 

DAY 17: China: Pray for the ministry to wives of church planters to take root and grow. 

DAY 16: For new cross-cultural workers to serve in Cambodia. 

DAY 15: For three Rohingya boys who heard the gospel in Southeast Asia, now living with Muslims in the U.S. 

Pray for the South Asian church plant of urban professionals. The team is unusual in that it targets influential urban centers where the economic and cultural landscape is being transformed by the country's rising professional middle class.

DAY 14: Greece: For the six church planters and entire church-planting movement. 

DAY 13: Romania: For the team to remain united and strong in the face of opposition. 

DAY 12: France: Pray for an "Art and Faith" seminar in the spring. 

DAY 11: For vibrant churches to be planted in Native America and First Nations.