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Hungarian pastor receives recognition for services to families

12 July 2018 | Budapest, Hungary [Csizmadia Róbert] Gábor Mihalec, Family Ministries director for the Hungarian Union, is recipient of the 2018 Kopp-Skrabski Prize.  Dr Mihalec is both a pastor and family therapist.

Into the future – concluding the Mary Jones story

12 July 2018 | Bala, Wales [tedNEWS] Dejan Stojković loves vlogs, photography, flying drones and spending time with people, particularly youth.  One thing he does not like is walking!  Nevertheless, he almost forgot his aching feet and legs as he mingled with youth on a 25-mile (40km) hike that emphasised the importance of the Bible in our lives.

How Far for a Bible?

3 July 2018 | Llanfihangel-y-pennant, Wales [Victor Hulbert]  How far would you be willing to walk to get a Bible?  The local bookshop, the nearest town, or only as far as your smartphone to promptly open the app store?

13 Years a Missionary

3 July 2018 | Tallinn, Estonia [Victor Hulbert]  It has been 13 years since Del and Hanna Onde first volunteered for mission service. Currently they are involved in church planting and establishing a Centre of Influence in Tallinn, Estonia, but this small Baltic nation is just one of a myriad of countries where they have served.

Foetus Who Refused to Die

3 July 2018 | Tokyo, Japan [Victor Hulbert] Why would a young couple, deeply in love, choose to abort their unborn child? It is a story of desperate times.

Leamington Community Choir Makes Impact at Peace Festival

2 July 2018 | Leamington Spa, UK [Hazel Layland]  On Saturday 16 June, The Mission Community Choir based at Leamington Spa Seventh-day Adventist church in the English Midlands, made its public debut at the town centre Leamington Peace Festival.