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Belitung

Belitung in Indonesia The Belitung live on Belitung Island in Bangka-Belitung Province. The Belitung call themselves Urang Belitong. The Belitung language is a branch of the Malay language cluster. A distinctive feature of their language is that it does not have the letter ‘h’ and that they use the letter ‘e’ (as in the vowel […]

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Obstacle, Something We Always Face (-Nehemiah 4:1-23)   1.      What do enemies do in order to fail your mission? They undermine your initiative to deceive your people. (Neh. :1-3) They conspire with others to disturb your restoration process. (Neh. 4:7-8) They frame fears through rumors to discourage your people. (Neh. 4:10-12)   2.      What shall […]

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Amdo, Rongmahbrogpa

Amdo, Rongmahbrogpa in China \ Identity Although ethnically and culturally the Rongmahbrogpa belong to the Tibetan nationality, they speak a language that is distinct from other Tibetan varieties. The name Rongmahbrogpa is a combination of the Tibetan words Rongba (villager or farmer) and Brogpa (nomad or herder). Rongmahbrogpa – which contains “two or more dialects” […]

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People, Answer to Our Problem (Nehemiah 2:11-3:3)   1.      What did Nehemiah do in order to launch his restoration project? Nehemiah secretly assessed the problems of Jerusalem. Nehemiah spiritually united his people under one common vision. Nehemiah sincerely empowered his people with ultimate hope.   2. How did Nehemiah united and empower his people to […]

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Saharawi

Saharawi in Algeria Saharawi refugees fled Western Sahara to neighboring Algeria after a Moroccan invasion followed the withdrawal of Spain, the colonial power, in 1975. They have largely had refugee status since that time, making the Saharawi story virtually unknown in the English-speaking world. The Saharawi are descendents of the original tribes in Western Sahara […]

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Taking Action Is a Critical Step of Prayer (Nehemiah 2:1-11)   What made the beginning of the Nehemiah’s project unique and successful? Nehemiah had been praying for God’s guidance for months. Nehemiah had a clear objective to restore the city of Jerusalem. Nehemiah had sought the supporters for his project. Nehemiah had faced the obstructers […]

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Comments Off on Unreached People#181-Minangkabau, Padang in Indonesia

Minangkabau, Padang

Minangkabau, Padang in Indonesia These people are well known for their tradition of merantau (going to distant areas to seek success). Many of them have moved to other islands in Indonesia. In the 1800s, the Dutch took advantage of a conflict between the Minangkabau cultural guardians and Muslim leaders and intervened to gain control of […]