On January 11, 2018, Mark Zuckerberg announced on Facebook to its 2 billion users that he is returning Facebook to its roots. The Facebook founder called it “time well spent” to return to helping, “… people stay connected and bring us closer with the people that matter to us.” While
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Austria has roughly the same population as New York City. Yet the number of evangelical Christians in the whole country couldn’t fill Yankee Stadium. Only 0.5 percent of the population is evangelical. Or about 43,000 in a country of 8.6 million people. WorldVenture workers Nate and Bethany Johnson hope to
A missionary’s fight for the flourishing of women in Cote d’Ivoire.
“Under communism, we learned how to pray and we learned how to mourn, but we want you to teach us how to worship.”
Missionaries take on the task of translating the Bible into Japanese Sign Language.
WorldVenture missionaries are moving beyond syntax to ignite spiritual movements.
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Missionaries are building a soccer field for Mombasa’s youth decades after Kenya’s president gave WorldVenture land.
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