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Captives of Conscience

As members of God’s end-time movement of mercy, AFM missionaries proclaim the everlasting gospel as per the three angels of Revelation 14:6-12. The gospel proclamation assumes that God’s end-time movement has access to the field to sow the seed of the Word of God before the end-time harvest is reaped,…

The Power of Culture

In my wanderings over these last days, I met Francisco, a professor at a university here in Guinea-Bissau. In the middle of his speeches, he always likes to emphasize that he had a very good career and a very promising future in the U.S., but that he, unfortunately, had to…

Mina

Several months ago, I received a phone call from Rose, a family friend in Brazil. Rose told me that a young lady named Mina, living in Mozambique, had contacted her on the internet. Mina, who is in her 20s and has a little boy, asked Rose to help her because…

Spiritual Warfare in a Different Dimension

Spiritual warfare is not a cunningly devised fable. Therefore, the Seventh-day Adventist Church should not underrate it by any means. Satan, our antagonist, “is like a roaring lion” (1 Peter 5:8), seeking to destroy and discourage divine and human efforts in reaching the unreached with the Three Angels’ Messages. He…

Sowing Pains

_“Anyone who tries to keep his life will lose it. And anyone who gives up his life for My sake and the sake of the Good News will find it” (Mark 8:35)._ “But Daddy, why can’t we stay here? They’re expecting us to be a part of the church. I…

A Tribute to You

A tribute to you—the people who make these projects possible through monetary support and prayers to our God. You are the ones who make it possible to work on the frontline in the power of God. Through the years, month by month, you have faithfully supported first the Otammari project…

Seizing the Opportunity

In life, whether in Benin or another part of the world, seizing the opportunities that God gives us is such a blessing. It does not matter how small you think it is; we often only see a fraction of what God has in mind for us. On the occasion of…

Chocolate Cake Above the Clouds

Catching myself nodding, I sat upright in my airplane seat. Then I laid my head down on the fold-out tray in front of me. I could rest but began to worry about breaking the tray. My attempt at resting was not going to work. Standing up and walking down the…

Not an Ordinary Sunday Morning

It should have been an ordinary Sunday morning. The children who live with us had gone to their Pathfinder meeting. Toussaint was running errands, and I was home working on monthly reports. But it was day four of the war between Russia and Ukraine. As I grappled with a war…

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