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From Gangster to Missionary

Jul 3, 2024 Comments Off on From Gangster to Missionary
July 15 @ 1:16 am

“Before I met Seyha, I was a gangster, and I used to fight in the streets,” said 16-year-old Ryan. Seyha is a church planter and gospel worker in Siem Reap, Cambodia, who owned a bike shop. One day, a small voice told him to go for a ride, and he…

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From Doubt to Devotion

Apr 10, 2024 Comments Off on From Doubt to Devotion
July 15 @ 1:16 am

The tranquil countryside of Tararang Village, Indonesia, is home to Edward and his family. As a gardener and rice farmer, Edward’s days are filled with the rhythms of nature and the responsibilities of nurturing both crops and children. Beyond his agricultural duties, Edward is a man of deep faith, often…

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A House of Prayer for All People

Apr 3, 2024 Comments Off on A House of Prayer for All People
July 15 @ 1:16 am

An interesting experience occurred in the village of Ovidiopol in Odesa. The village itself has a population of 10,000, and the Adventist community consists of 10 members. This small church is eager to serve in their community, and to grow. As they planned for evangelism meetings, they organized a prayer…

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Kids Want to Know More about Jesus

Mar 27, 2024 Comments Off on Kids Want to Know More about Jesus
July 15 @ 1:16 am

“Can we keep this going?” asked the gospel workers in Cambodia. “This is something special!” This team of gospel workers had been hired by Quiet Hour Ministries to visit in the community before, during, and after the mission trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia. And, at the end of their contract,…

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Sharing Jesus through construction

Mar 20, 2024 Comments Off on Sharing Jesus through construction
July 15 @ 1:16 am

“How can we use our church construction project to reach our community for Christ?” This question was raised by the Stone Ridge SDA Church Board in Zimbabwe. They realized that the massive project would bring attention to their church, which would open an opportunity to engage with the community, even…

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Riding for Redemption

Mar 13, 2024 Comments Off on Riding for Redemption
July 15 @ 1:16 am

This report comes from our international partners in Zambia. “I would like to share an inspiring story about the profound impact of a donated motorbike on the work of spreading God’s word in remote areas. This story highlights the transformational power of outreach and the importance of transportation in reaching…

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Why would you help a stranger?

Feb 28, 2024 Comments Off on Why would you help a stranger?
July 15 @ 1:16 am

“Today, we are going to move that fallen tree,” the gospel worker instructed his small group. For several months gospel worker Frackson had been visiting a remote village in the Chitungulu area of Zambia on his motorcycle provided by generous QHM donors. The long distance on rough dirt paths makes…

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Exceeding Expectations

Feb 21, 2024 Comments Off on Exceeding Expectations
July 15 @ 1:16 am

God did something amazing during our recent mission trip to Rivera, Uruguay. And I, a new Quiet Hour Ministries staff member, was grateful to be a part of God’s answers to our prayers. During the trip, I had a conversation with Pastor Wily Cruz. This conversation was a great reminder…

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From Despair to an Abundant Life

Feb 14, 2024 Comments Off on From Despair to an Abundant Life
July 15 @ 1:16 am

“Help me, pastor! I have nothing to live for,” Patrick* implored his charismatic church leader. Patrick tried to explain his guilt and emptiness. But, the pastor didn’t have any advice or comfort to offer. When Patrick moved from a small village to a large city he quickly made friends. But,…

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Mountain-Moving Faith

Feb 7, 2024 Comments Off on Mountain-Moving Faith
July 15 @ 1:16 am

How far would you travel to share Jesus? Is any distance or sacrifice too much, for the One who gave all to save us? Truly the Lord’s matchless love compels these Indonesian pastors to respond to the gospel commission with, “I will go!” Pastors Tanga Rerung, Julianto Patana, Yos Dalihi…

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