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Tatar in Russia Tatars are descendents of Mongol, Bulgar and other peoples, and are predominantly Muslim. Russian domination of Tatars began when Czar Ivan the Terrible conquered the Tatar Khanate in 1552, and long periods of forced Russification have since occurred. Since the late 1980s there has been a resurgence of Tatar nationalism. Tatars have […]

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“I Am with You Always” (Matthew 28:11-20)   What did Jesus tell his disciples who were yet doubtful? Jesus has all authority in heaven and on earth. (Matt 28:18) Jesus’ mission is much greater than us but he asked us to partner with Him. (Matt 28:19a) Jesus will be with us forever. (Matt 28:20b)   […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#170- Lao Phuan in Laos

Lao Phuan in LaosThe Lao people are renowned for being gentle, friendly and peace-loving. Their communities revolve around close-knit family ties. They have a high birth rate, perhaps because of how they value families. The ancestors of these people are believed to have migrated southward from China approximately 1,000 years ago. Ministry Obstacles Not wanting […]

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 Three Strikes and You Are In? (Matthew 26:31-35, 67-75) 1.      What happen to Peter while he was at the courtyard? a.      Peter denied, cursed, and even swear Jesus three times.  (Matt 26:69b-74a)   2.      What did Peter do when he heard a cock crowed? a.      Peter remembered what Jesus had said to him. (Matt 26:74b-75a) […]

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Bondo Poroja in India The Bondo religion is a mixture of their traditional faith and Hinduism. Patkhanda Mahaprobhu is their supreme deity. The Bondo have started worshiping many Hindu deities like Rameshwar, Durga, Brahma and Maheshwara. A ceremony called bud is observed on the third day after a death to ascertain whether the death was […]

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Handing Over Our Alabaster Jar (Matthew 26:6-13) 1.  What an unexpected thing happen at the Simon’s house? An uninvited woman came to the house of Simon to see Jesus. (Matt 26:7a)   What did she do for Jesus? She prepared her alabaster jar and came for Jesus (Matt 26:6-7) She poured every drop of her […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#168- Tuareg, Hoggar in Algeria

Tuareg, Hoggar in Algeria The Hoggar Tamachek are one of the Tuareg groups of Algeria. In direct contrast to Arab custom, the Tuareg men, rather than women, often wear veils. To show respect, the men always cover their mouths, noses, and foreheads in the presence of foreigners and their in-laws. They primarily live in small […]