News & Stories

Living on Mission: Zambia

This summer I had the opportunity to travel to Zambia on mission with a group of complete strangers. And it has been one of the greatest experiences of my life. It is amazing to me how naturally this mission opportunity fell into place. But you know, “falling into...

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Pilot Project in Zanzibar

Since I first started going to Tanzania in 2007, two things have been constant: I have wanted to visit Zanzibar, an island off the coast of Tanzania, and I have observed that the greatest need in East Africa is discipleship. Operation World reports that more than half...

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A Passion for the Fatherless

Psalm 68:5 says, “A father of the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in His holy habitation.”  God is so glorious that He rides on the heavens, and presides over His vast creation.  But He is also so compassionate that He remembers the poorest of the earth!  As...

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Another Joseph in Malawi

“This next patient is the wife of a Bible college student, who has come here to Zambia to prepare for the ministry.” The inference did not conjure any imaginations of wealth. “She has lost more than eight pregnancies, and thus far they have no children.” The doctor...

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Finishing the Task – January 2015

by Willie Hunter We have just finished another year, and with a new one upon us. This is an important time to pause and reflect, but also a time to look to the future. This is a time to thank God for what He has done, and a time to ask God for great things. At...

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Bible Camps Changing Lives

We are constantly receiving amazing stories and like to share them with you. A shorter version of this story is featured on the cover letters for the 3rd Quarter of 2014, but they were so many amazing pictures I wanted to share it again.  This story came from Central...

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Mary Magdalene Project in Malawi

Micro-loans for Malawia Women The savor of Christ wafts from his people, whether they are giving from the United States or whether they are working on the banks of Lake Malawi. The Gospelink Training Center is currently caring for over 40 children at the Harvest Hope...

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In Your Shoes: What it means to be a sponsor (Part 2)

We feel that sponsoring two national preachers and their families is reaching a lot more people for the money than sending missionaries to their countries. They know and are respected by their own people.We do tell a lot of people about Gospelink and have even had one...

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In your shoes: What it means to be a sponsor (Part 1)

Previously we asked  sponsors to send in their side of the story including: what they like about sponsoring a preacher, how has sponsoring a preacher been a blessing to you, and why would you recommend this program to others. While some of these will be in the...

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The Power of the Gospel

A common thread weaves throughout all the stories our national preachers report to us each quarter: the transformative power of the Gospel. It is never tiresome to hear how the Gospel is impacting the lives of those around the world. Here's a brief, but powerful,...

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