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Dan Scalf – Report From Cyprus

PLEASE REPOST…. Dear friends, Today I fly from Cyprus back to Athens where we expect standing room only of Muslims and former Muslims to come here the gospel. We will feed them a meal and share the gospel many have been and are being born again. Please pray for our worship leader who remains in jail on false charges. Then…

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267 – Sept. 24 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Carol Shaw at age 77 267 – Sept. 24 – This Day in Baptist History Past Few know the sacrifices of our missionaries 1942 – The S.S. West Lashaway, a ship on which the Shaw family, missionaries to French Equatorial Africa (now Central African Republic) was sunk by a German U Boat in the early days of WW II. The…

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206 – July 25 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Christ’s Ambassador to the West Washington would be called the “Father of America,” but John Mason Peck would be known “God’s Ambassador to the Mississippi Valley.” He was born on Oct. 21, 1789 and in 1807 began teaching school. In 1809 he married Sally Paine, who proved to be an ideal wife for the pioneering life that God had in…

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U.S. Justice Dept. Argues Against Parental Rights

These same arguments were used against Pastor Sileven and his good people in Nebraska in the early 80’s, and will be used again when the opportunity avails itself. The NEA crowd are just waiting to grow stronger. (Photo: Home School Legal Defense Association) Uwe and Hannelore Romeike (middle) and their six children, with Michael Farris (L) and the rest of…

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