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Connect With God’s World:

Foreign Fridays

Jamie and Jessica have four children, ages 2-9. Jamie developed a heart for the nations in college. For Jessica, loving the nations has always seemed like the natural response to believing in Jesus. When she was a child, her church presented faith in Jesus and love for others, including other ethnicities, always going hand-in-hand. In…

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Arrows Being Readied and Sent Forth

“Children do not get in the way of missions. It is amazing how the Lord uses children,” asserts Megan, a mom of seven with another baby on the way. Megan has a heart for Muslims and desires to serve cross-culturally someday. For now, she and her husband are cultivating a mission heart in their children,…

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Bhil Children at Play

In the last journal, you watched a video about the Bhil, an unreached tribal (animistic) people group in northern India (if you missed the video, find it here).  With your family, learn to play a game popular among Bhil children--Sitolia (sih-tohl-ee-yah)! Cultural Activity: Although Bhil children work very hard around the house and in the…

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Meet the Bhil

Help your family embrace God’s love for the world. Watch and discuss this video together to learn about the Bhil, one of the largest tribal (animistic) groups in northern India. Afterwards, pray that this unreached people group would come to know Jesus. Watch: Watch Bhil Kids with your family. Discuss: Bhil children work very hard…

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Live Out God’s Work:

Welcoming International Students Into Our Family

In 2005 my family and I moved to a university town in the mid-south. Having lived in urban settings my whole life, this was a culture shock for me in some ways. The diversity of cultures I was used to seeing was not as evident. However, I learned about a program at the university that…

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Advent Prayers for the Nations

The countdown to Christmas is on! Focus your children on the birth of Jesus, the Savior of the world. Make an Advent Prayer Chain with your family and intercede for unreached peoples living in cultures where the gospel has not yet penetrated. Family Activity: 1. Download the 25 prayer strips here.  2. Use scissors to carefully cut out…

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Meet the Bozo

Help your family embrace God’s love for the world. Read this story together to learn about and pray for the Bozo (BOH-soh), an unreached people group in the West African country of Mali. Come with me to a village of sun-dried brick homes on the banks of the Niger (nuh-JZEER) River. Near the edge of…

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Go!!! Just Go!

"Go!!! Just Go! As parents, we tend to think of all the obstacles associated with going as a family, but we are called to do hard things and pursue Christ in whatever it is He is asking us to do. It is worth it! Do it, not just for adventure’s sake, but also so that…

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Yak Snack Attack

In the last journal, you watched a video about the Khamba, an unreached people group of southeastern Tibet and western China (if you missed the video, find it here). Enjoy making a variation of a simple, but nutritious Khamba food with your family. Cultural Activity: Imagine watching your family’s herd of yak grazing happily on…

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Connect With God’s World:

Meet the Khamba

Help your family embrace God’s love for the world. Watch and discuss this video together to learn about the Khamba, an unreached people group living high on the Tibetan plateau in southeastern Tibet and western China. Afterwards, pray that they would come to know Jesus. Watch: Watch Khamba Kids with your family.  Discuss:  It is…

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