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November/December 2011

The End of the Journey of Faith Faith is often described as a journey: a winding experience of the unseen, the unknown, and the unexpected. But in the pressure of the present, we often forget that every journey comes to an end. Even the journey of faith arrives at its...

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September/October 2011

WATER Reports Every summer, MAM hosts several WATER students rom SMBI. After a month of serving and observing in different mission stations in Guatemala, this is what the three 2011 WATER students had to say. As the flat-nosed, crammed-full Mitsubishi van tore along...

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July/August 2011

To A Fellow Traveler When you got on my bus in Antigua yesterday, I didn’t know if you were American or European. You chose the seat next to me, and we began a conversation that continued all the way back to Guatemala City. There was a world of difference on that bus...

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May/June 2011

Honest Seeking, Wishful Thinking On a jungle-covered slope in western Honduras stands a cement water tank. Long after the rickety house beside it returns to the jungle floor, there it will be. It was a free tank, provided by the government to help improve the lot of...

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March/April 2011

The Quiet Side of Soul-Winning The missionary picked up a plate in the food line, and glanced around for a place to sit. There were no chairs, so he chose a low rock in the shade of the building and sat there, surrounded by the Guatemalan brethren. An unconverted man...

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January/February 2011

Pastor of the Month Rafael Segura accepted the Lord in El Chal in 1977. When the Americans returned to the States during the civil violence, he helped with the leadership of the church in El Chal until he was forced out in 1982. Help was needed in La Sorpresa, and...

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