I love to see parallels between my old job of planning and supervising buildings and distribution in GRN. Here is a story that thrills my heart:
I love this story of bringing Good News to the people of Lapland.
On the first of June he showed the Jesus film and one hundred and fifty people confessed Christ.
Just look at a map of Russia and go right.
David Elliot writes from Weipa:
Let me tell you a story from Cameroon. It is about a a distributor of cassettes called Ndongo Jean. He took six hours to get to Dimaka from Yaounde, the capital, and on the way he was chased by whirlwinds and dust storms. When he arrived he found a small town begun when a forest plantation was established in the area. In this district live the Bakum, the Baka, the Maka and the Baya people groups. These are the Pygmies who used to live in the forests. They grow maize, farm small animals and raise fish.
The Swiss arm of Global Recordings Network in Chad has faced the usual problems that overseas contributors face in mission. They want to tell the story of Jesus in every language but they needed local knowledge and contacts to make th