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Chosen by Jesus to Proclaim the Good News: One Filipino Family’s Call to Missionary Life

September 25, AD 2013 1 Comment
Chosen by Jesus to Proclaim the Good News: One Filipino Family’s Call to Missionary Life

By Joseph Summers Here at Family Missions Company (FMC) we are constantly blessed to see the transforming power of the Gospel! When our missionaries share God’s Word and Truth in sincere love for the poor whom they serve, God shows up and changes lives. This was the case last year, when Sammy and Lindsey Romero […]

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More than a Feeling: One Missionaries’ Honest Reflection in Calcutta

September 13, AD 2013 4 Comments
More than a Feeling: One Missionaries’ Honest Reflection in Calcutta

By Rebekah L. I’ll let you in on a little secret. Missionaries aren’t always enthusiastically happy. We get tired and crabby. We lose our tempers. We inwardly groan when there’s one more knock at the door. Sometimes the last thing we feel like doing is leading another retreat or helping another beggar. I was planning […]

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Red Carded

October 13, AD 2011 5 Comments
Red Carded

The game is life.  The crime?  Having a large family.  Modern culture isn’t particularly family friendly, in a whole host of ways, and in the shuffle between living and surviving, large families are getting “benched” because they can’t perform up to standard…or worse, because their behavior is considered a crime. Why?  Why do we penalize […]

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