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  Rawat in India The term Rawat signifies a prince; it is a title borne by the relatives of a king. Traditionally, the Rawat are a landowning community engaged in cultivation. Their attitude towards education, medical and family welfare programs is favorable. Their family deity is Ashapridebi. Village level and regional level deities are Bherujee […]

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  Rakhine, Arakanese in Myanmar (Burma)Centuries ago, the most feared pirates and sailors in the Bay of Bengal terrorized communities along the seacoast and far up the river channels of what is now Bangladesh. They were called maghs, or pirates. They now speak the Arakanese language, and may be known as the Arakanese, from the […]

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Beja, Bedawi in Sudan The Beja are a pastoral tribe who have made their home in the desert between the Nile River and the Red Sea for over 4,000 years. Due to their crown of fuzzy hair, Rudyard Kipling referred to them as “the Fuzzy Wuzzies.” The Beja do not refer to themselves as Beja, […]

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Identity Crisis and Climax (Matthew 3:1-17)     1.      Who is John the Baptist that was introduced in Matthew Chapter 3? a.      He was John the Priest who lived a sacred life in the wilderness. (John 3:1a) b.      He was John the Preacher who urged people to repent for the kingdom of heaven is near. […]

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  Berber, Warain in Morocco The name Berber comes from an Arabic name for the aboriginal people west and south of Egypt. Contrary to the romantic, popular image that portrays Berbers as nomadic people who cross the desert on camels, their main activity is sedentary agriculture. Nowadays, besides the traditional means of living, there is […]

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 Let Us Know the Lord (Hosea6:1-11)   1.      What is today’s key message? a.      Return to the Lord (Hos. 6:1a) and know the Lord. (Hos 6:3)   2.      Why should we return to the Lord and know the Lord? a.      The Lord keeps His promise. (Hos 6:3) b.      The Lord knows and cares! (Hos 6:4-5) […]