• Al (right) witnessing the science experiment
    June 30, 2017

    Two Years Later: Educational Care in South Korea

    He could hear the kids’ laughter from the hallway.

    Al Persenaire was visiting a school in Seoul, South Korea, whose teachers had recently attended  Educational Care trainings. The laughter he heard was a welcome surprise after his last visit to Seoul about two years prior.  

    As he entered the science classroom, Al witnessed a buzz of activity. The hands of the fourth-grade students were hard and work and they glowed with pride as they shared their experiment with Al and other visitors.

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  • June 30, 2017

    Is it Worth it?

    Mirah (name changed) was born into a Christian family but as she grew up and looked at the world around her, she began to ask herself, “is this faith really worth it?”

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  • May 17, 2017

    Following a “Gentle Voice” to Egypt

    Jessica Boy, CRWM’s placement advisor for Canada, recently joined six others from North America on the Egypt Vision Trip 2017. She shares her emotions and experiences here. 

    Travelling to the Middle East was not on my radar. The modern-day stories of violence and atrocities against women that permeate North American news kept me away. But something twinged in me when the Egypt Vision Trip was introduced. I heard a small voice say “you’re going on this” and I responded with reserved delight.

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  • May 15, 2017

    Following the Spirit in Uganda

    Often the Holy Spirit leads us to places we wouldn’t go by our own choice. That was definitely the case for members of CRWM's Global Prayer Safari (GPS) in Uganda.

    From pristine sandy beaches to garbage-filled fishing villages, members of the GPS team saw many sides of Uganda’s capital region of Kampala. One place stood out for many of the participants—the Zika Forest.

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  • May 15, 2017

    Following the Spirit in Honduras

    Amidst the coffee, corn, and cattle in the rolling mountains of Honduras’s Olancho region, the Holy Spirit has been preparing Rigoberto Juarez for ministry in an unlikely way.

    Juarez left his hometown of Mangulile for gang life at a young age. His activities in the gang led him to fear for his own life. Vulnerable and helpless, Juarez fled back to Mangulile, where he eventually joined the church.

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