Field Stories

Featured stories from the most recent issue of Adventist Frontiers.

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A Child Shall Lead Them

God knew that my worst fears about moving to a foreign country were related to my children. Maybe this was His way of letting me know that my children will be loved and happy here in Georgia.

Otilia Stroia
July 1st, 2020

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Komba’s Struggle

One night, Komba went running out of his house screaming that people were after him and wanted to kill him.

George Tooray
July 1st, 2020

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Sombat the Snake

“Why are you saying this snake is yours? People don’t live with snakes!”
Grandma called to Sombat and coaxed him out. He crawled up our legs and onto our shoulders. We gave him hugs and kisses, and then we rushed our poor frightened pet away from there.

Joshua Lewis
July 1st, 2020

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Mysterious Ways

How can I help these people? When will they believe that God is more powerful than the demons that pretend to be spirits? Oh, God! Help me be a missionary to these people! Use me to bring Your peace and life to those enslaved to terror!

John Holbrook
July 1st, 2020

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Showing Our Love

We were proud of how Justus and Jon Marc showed their love for Ming and Mod when their father died.

Tonya & Jared Wright
July 1st, 2020

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Meet Alison Tumberg

I miss seeing all my friends at church and shopping with my mommy. But one thing I have really enjoyed is going to the train station and passing out food to all the people there who have lost their jobs.

Alison Tumberg
July 1st, 2020

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Kids Helping

I am sure that Jesus was happy to see the children working hard and honoring their parents.

Edie Hicks
July 1st, 2020

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The Name Game

No matter what your name is on this earth, whether it has a special meaning or not, when Jesus comes to take us home, He will give us a new name. I’m sure it will have a very special meaning, and it will be beautiful!

Ulrike & Toussaint Baur-Kouato
July 1st, 2020

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