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Church planters use coffee and tea to show God’s love in a practical way.
Plucking tea is hard labor for women in Bangladesh. Hear what carries one Christian tea plucker through her workday.
Missionaries find that nobody says no to sharing a cup of coffee in Venezuela.
As a Christian, you can pursue Jesus’ mission through food. Sharing a meal creates opportunities for fellowship.
Palestinian woman bakes and shares bread because “bread is the peace, mercy and obedience under our God.”
Though the workers are few, harvesting olives brings communities together in festival-like atmosphere.
Georgia Acteens prayerwalk in Vietnam and discover that cultures may be different, but God loves everyone the same.
American and South African youth partner together to reach the lost in Bongolethu, a township in Oudtshoorn, South Africa.
A Nehemiah Team member recounts his experience trekking through islands in Southeast Asia.
Why do bad things happen to good people? The Harper family seeks God’s plan after being blindsided by a deadly disease.
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