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Category: International Missions

WEEK OF PRAYER: Family finds calling in 'young people's haven'

"We have the world at our fingertips," Shane said. "We have an amazing capacity to be senders to the world." London, the city the Mikeskas call home, reportedly has 300 spoken languages spread across hundreds of people groups from around the globe. It holds 48 universities, with a quarter of that student population coming from other countries.

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WEEK OF PRAYER: Hope for the forgotten refugee

Six years ago, one of Seth Peyton's* good friends paid a high price to escape the violence and famine of his home country. Like hundreds of other North African refugees, he gave his savings to a smuggler who packed him into a standing-room-only truck for a long, miserable trip across the Sahara Desert followed by a dangerous boat ride across the Mediterranean Sea.

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WEEK OF PRAYER: Prayers back home boost new Japan church

Tara and her husband Jared had been praying for years for God to start a fire in the hearts of the people of Japan, where the couple serves as International Mission Board missionaries. They had been praying for God to open very specific doors -- doors that many people had told them were sealed shut. And they had been praying for God to soften hearts in a country many consider hard, cold and closed.

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Missions in the digital age: the good, bad, ugly

There was a time when the thought of international missions conjured up images of a complete and irrevocable break with the familiar world: a hut on the savannah, a shack in a Chinese village, a boat on the open ocean. But as the twenty-first century dawned, we found ourselves at sea on stranger tides.

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