Agents of Change

With the world watching, the unrest which unleashed the 2011 Arab Spring demonstrations affected the political and social landscape in the Middle East in many ways. Interestingly, both sides of the conflict effectively used social media and the Internet to spread their message and unite like-minded people, though efforts by grass-roots groups were underfunded and [...]

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Where the Church Is Growing

Where would you find emperors, dragons, silk, tea, spices and rice along with a terra-cotta army and the Great Wall? It’s the People’s Republic of China, of course, and according to the Lonely Planet travel guide, there are 4,218 things to see and do there.
Just looking at a map, one is immediately struck by the [...]

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Forced to Flee

Daily, eternity hangs in the balance for thousands of souls in our world, and we here at TWR do not take this calling lightly. Many of our brothers and sisters in Christ sacrifice everything to follow him. 
Our TWR Europe office received the letter below from a partner in Central Asia: 
One of our [Central Asia] team [...]

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Pray for the Persecuted

The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church is Nov. 11, 2012. Is it important to pray for Christians who are suffering because of their faith? 
Reflect on these words of a pastor in Mali, one of many Christians in the predominantly Muslim, West African nation: 
The greatest weapon is prayer, to really pray for the [...]

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Our Fellow Warriors

The message of the gospel travels around the world to touch the hearts of people we will never know and will never have the opportunity to talk to in person. 
Not right now, anyway. Someday we’ll hear how God wove together all the bits and pieces. 
For this time, we can only catch a glimpse of God’s [...]

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