• Jerusalem And The Most Amazing Thing About Continuous Prayer!

    If we were content to ask God only once for something then we would have stopped praying for peace in Jerusalem a long, long time ago because after many centuries Jerusalem is still in need of peace. Does God want us to continue to “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem”, Psalm 122:6, or are we […]

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  • Paper in a Pocket

    Fifty-six-year-old First Lieutenant Rodolfo was leading a military convoy through Managua, Nicaragua, during last year’s Christmas Outreach. As the convoy stopped at an inspection point, a young EHC worker quickly ran and reached through the window of Rodolfo’s truck, slipping a copy of “The Father’s Love Letter” in the Lieutenant’s shirt pocket. That simple, impulsive […]

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  • A Trip Of A Lifetime

    I have been volunteering each week in the Every Home Global Concern office, and last November myself and another volunteer Larissa, had the opportunity to go to Southern India with Katherine – one of Global Concern’s project managers. We spent a little over a week at the Love Anuppampattu Community Development Centre and the Love […]

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  • Thanks for Giving – Dick Eastman

    Years ago I started keeping a daily journal. I use it to document thoughts the Lord gives me while I pray for the nations, friends, family, and staff by name. It’s become a Thanksgiving day tradition of mine to spend an extended amount of time reflecting on the events of the previous 12 months. I take time on this special day to […]

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  • Philippines remembers

    Philippines remembers the thousands killed a year after typhoon Haiyan TACLOBAN CITY Philippines (Reuters) – Candles lit up the streets of the central Philippine city worst-hit by the strongest storm to make landfall as thousands remembered more than 6,300 people who died a year ago when typhoon Haiyan smashed into the country. Before dawn on Saturday, more than 5,000 people holding white balloons […]

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  • Relief in the Philippines

    One of the strongest storms ever recorded hit the Philippine’s November 8th last year –Typhoon Haiyan – and we were amongst one of the first agencies to respond. Having already established work in the Philippines, our national workers saw first-hand the devastation that had been caused; and what was needed to help. With over 7000 […]

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  • Reaching “The Least of These” (part 2)

    from EHC International The Least of These Among the “Hungry, Blind, and Shoeless!” Africa is a land riddled with needs of every kind. In addition to meeting spiritual needs, EHC teams seek to meet physical needs in strategic ways and places that often open hearts and doors to advance the Gospel. For example, in Malawi […]

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  • Reaching “The Least of These” (part 1)

    From EHC International At EHC, we often recall how Jesus told His disciples, “Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me” (Matthew 25:40, NIV). He was speaking of feeding the hungry, comforting the stranger, clothing the naked, and visiting the […]

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  • Celebrating the Harvest (part 2)

    Central Asia: Russia-Novokuznetsk Last Christmas, EHC teams in the Russia-Novokuznetsk region reached the inmates of two women’s prisons. The special Christmas outreach involved several visits to connect with the women and their families. On the first visit to the prisons, EHC workers met the women and learned about their lives. The workers talked with the […]

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  • Celebrating the Harvest (part 1)

    EHC International: Amazing Stories of What God Did through EHC Christmas Outreaches! Praise the Lord for another year of incredible harvest for the kingdom! Making an exciting year even more fruitful, EHC teams are finishing 2013 strong with special Christmas outreaches! These outreaches aim to reach thousands of families by taking advantage of doors that […]

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