World Partners RSC Nat Brown’s Honduras Trip

World Partners Regional Strategy Coordinator for Latin America, Nat Brown, was in Honduras from November 8-13. Nat reflects on his time there as follows: “At the invitation of a group called “Ministerio Oasis de Amor” [MOA] in Honduras led by Apostle Marco Aurelio Martinez Barahona, I along with Pastor Héctor Soto of the Deluth, Georgia […]

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World Partners Happenings

World Partners Director of Strategic Partnerships Dave Mann, World Partners Regional Strategy Coordinator Jeremy Tice, and World Partners staff Pete and Ursula Hubley met in Bulgaria yesterday with the Kazanlak hospital administrator and the deputy mayor. World Partners and the Kazanlak hospital administrators are interested in cooperating in a project involving U.S. college students working […]

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New eProf!

The Pastoral Leadership Institute is excited to announce Patrick Jones as our newest eProf! Patrick will be leading our New Testament Survey course in our upcoming Winter Quarter. A little bit about him: “I became a Christian in high school and figured out pretty quickly that teaching Bible was going to be a significant part […]

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THANKS-GIVING

In classical antiquity, the cornucopia, also called the horn of plenty, was a symbol of abundance and nourishment. Originally it was a curved, hollow goat’s horn (or horn-shaped receptacle) overflowing with produce, flowers or nuts. We see them everywhere during the Thanksgiving season. They serve as a reminder of the stories of the first Thanksgiving – […]

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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR THE PERSECUTED CHURCH

According to at least one news agency, persecution of Christians is greater than at any other time in history. The top 5 countries where there is extreme persecution include North Korea, Afghanistan, Somalia, Sudan, and Pakistan. However, there is significant persecution of Christians in other parts of the world as well. We should not be […]

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