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If you watched any of the World Cup matches in Brazil, you most likely noticed that teamwork is essential to winning.  A one-man show doesn't work for 90 minutes on the soccer field.  The one-man, one-church, or one-organization approach doesn't work too well on the mission field either.  Let's learn something from Storly Michel and the staff at Radio 4VEH in Haiti.  Along with broadcasting through the airwaves, they work on ground, partnering with churches and individuals, through door-to-door evangelistic efforts.

Click here to learn more about Radio 4VEH's work in Haiti