@tanjaostman After studying about Vaccination, spare some time to study about Food fortification as well. Another time bomb ticking away!
I have finally received my order from UK! I made the order on Dec 10th. But it has been stuck är the Finnish customs since Dec 30th, because UK is not in EU. Merry Christmas back to you BTJ! @bethany and @sinobach It was worth the wait and the extra fee to the customs - they were cheap anyway (books are never that cheap here). Finally I found out that the smuggler's hat isn't a smuggler hat. And I thought that I would get super powers by becoming a Ninja. 🤣 😜
Living a life of praise
Recently Brother Yun, Brother Ren and Brother Eugene had visited our city. We'll be publishing videos from this meeting(s) during next 5 weeks.
For the English speaking people - start at 00:10:49 🙂 (Fabian did an extended introduction)
China is taking it further than any other country.
Random jottings about evangelism
Hard working Filipinos remain poor, watching the people of other nations in the region get rich. Revolutions come and go in Philippines, but the old villains -- corruption and political oppression -- remain intact, preventing Filipinos from making the great leap forwards from poverty to riches.
This happens for a familiar reason: every new regime uses the old mechanisms, which they had challenged before assuming office, to advance its own interests rather than the interests of the people at large.
The Philippines is a country rich both in natural resources (e.g., nickel, copper, gold, silver, and chromium), and human resources (close to 104 million people). But it remains poor. The Gross Domestic Product per capita in Philippines was last recorded at 2639.90 US dollars in 2015,
That’s just 21 percent of the world's average, and well below the per capita GDP of such neighboring countries as Indonesia and especially Singapore, which has become a rich country.
A team to highlight the prayer needs of 10/40 Window Nations.
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