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Laowu

Laowu in China IdentityThe Laowu are part of the official Yi nationality in China. Unfortunately, most outsiders view the Yi as one people group. In reality they are a complex collection of ethnolinguistic peoples. Scholars have stated that the Yi consist of “several dozen branches,” and that they are “made up of 93 tribes.” The […]

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We Will Serve the LORD! (Joshua 23:1-16) What do we learn about the life we live and the place we dwell through today’s passage? We must have genuine appreciation that recognizes God as the ultimate provider. We must have spiritual discernment that acknowledges His words as the righteous path. We must have eternal perspective that […]

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Koli (Hindu traditions) of India Koli (Hindu traditions) of India There is historical evidence to show the rise of Koli chieftains from the fifteenth century onwards, who succeeded in establishing a considerable number of small kingdoms all over Gujarat by the eighteenth century. The traditional and primary occupations of the Koli are fishing, agriculture and masonry. […]

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You Can Do It! (Joshua 17:3-4, 14-18) What do we learn about “God’s promised blessing” from today’s passage? It surpasses the principle of the cultures or traditions of His people. It surpasses the priority of the cultures or traditions of His people. It surpasses the power of the cultures or traditions of His people.   […]

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Sogwo Arig

Sogwo Arig in China Identity- The Sogwo Arig are a Mongolian tribe living in the midst of countless small Tibetan clans in one of the most remote locations in the world. Over the course of many centuries, the Sogwo Arig language and culture have gradually assimilated to the Tibetan. Still today, however, Tibetans in the […]

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Give Me This Hill Country (Joshua 14:1-15)   1. Why did Caleb ask Joshua to given him and his tribe the land belongs to Anakites? a)      Caleb kept God’s promise in his heart when it was given and remembered it for 45 years. b)      Caleb believed that the Lord has kept him alive for 45 […]

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Sunda

Sunda  in Indonesia Introduction / HistoryThe Sunda are the largest unreached people group in Indonesia; their homeland is in the province of West Java. The area inhabited by the Sunda is called “Sunda Land”. The Sunda live near the Javanese, Banten, Betawi and the coastal Javanese of Kulon. The Sunda are also called Priangan or Parahyangan. […]