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Stories


WHAT GOD IS DOING AT SIM

The Hagars of our Time
10/10/17 · The well-known story of Hagar in the book of Genesis is repeated over and over again today. I have seen the Hagars of our time walking around especially in the cities of West African countries. But in the recent years many of them have come to Europe expelled from their countries because of a war or hoping to find a better future for the babies they hold in their
Stef's Story
09/25/17 · Stef lives in a large Middle Eastern city which is also home to around 300,000 migrant domestic workers. They come from all over the poorer parts of the world — places like Bangladesh, Ethiopia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Kenya and many, many other African countries.
Grateful Hearts in South Sudan
09/25/17 · It's been 8 months since our station in Doro saw fighting and extensive looting. The project that we set up to rebuild the station was met with great generosity.  
Ministry in Canada
09/25/17 · Sometimes when you think of a missionary, you think of someone leaving the country. However, we have 30 missionaries working across Canada with many different ministries. We know Canada is a new mission field and we are excited by the possibilities of reaching our own neighbours.
Choosing School
09/05/17 · Ashish’s father is a farmer, as was his grandfather, and the grandfathers before that. Even as farming becomes less likely to sustain a family, Ashish and his parents planned on Ashish becoming a farmer too. That’s why, after Ashish finished second grade, his parents pulled him out of school to help with the field work.
Two Years Later
08/10/17 · Two years ago, we started delivering life-saving medical trainings to 10 partner health centers. We were a team of 4 people, working out of a small apartment. Each month, we would travel to visit our health center partners, most of them located several hours out into rural areas, and train the health center staff on the best practices related to...
Waiting
08/02/17 · It's 150 years since Canada became a country! Seems like a long time. When we are waiting, it also feels like a long time till the waiting is over. We’re always waiting for something….Waiting in line, waiting for your child who’s an hour past their curfew, waiting for your exam results, waiting to meet the person you...
University Student Outreach: A Campus Tour
07/24/17 · I thought I was done with that life – those days in university that included late nights writing papers, a caffeine addiction that enabled the aforementioned late nights as well as 8 am lectures. Not to mention sharing a bathroom with three other girls and dining hall food. But here I am, back on campus. This time, I'm at a university in China to learn...
When Life is Too Hard
03/31/17 · What do we do when tragedy hits? When we receive a cancer diagnosis, face major surgery, we can’t have children, or the country where we minister faces major challenges? Tragedy takes many forms. Over the years I’ve learned some ways that help me to cope with hard times.