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The Baka have many needs - economic, medical, educational, and nutritional.  But their greatest need is spiritual.  They need the hope that only Christ can give - hope for the future here on earth, hope because they have worth to God, hope of heaven. 

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The 4 C's of missions - Character

Posted: by Kelly Burdick - World Team US / Mobilization 01/23/2015
The 4 C's of missions - Character

Missions is one of those weird things that God uses to speed up the sanctification process. The combination of everything new all at once and fully relying on Him will leave all the flaws in one’s life overflowing to the surface in a way it could never before when those flaws were hiding behind familiarity and routine.

Why are missions so scary for a 20-something?

Posted: 11/04/2014
Why are missions so scary for a 20-something?

There is a need for young people overseas! You don’t have to wait to follow God’s call. “Go and work today in my vineyards” – Matthew 21:28

You have finally jumped that hurdle to adulthood. You are just starting to feel some stability as a working member of society and then, you feel like God is calling you away. There have been reoccurring patterns in your life of your love for ministry. A short term mission’s trip here, an evangelism workshop there, but you never expected those to culminate to the restless feeling God put in your heart to Go and love his people.

Jesus is doing big things among the Baka

Posted: 04/17/2014
Jesus is doing big things among the Baka

          “Big things, big things, Jesus do um for me.

          He butter my bread and He sugar my tea.

          Big things, big things, Jesus do um for me!”

This joyful song is a favorite at a small but growing church in the jungles of Cameroon. Truly, Jesus is doing big things among the Baka! Last Sunday, the church anointed Nestor as their first elder. And this Sunday – on Easter morning – in a small waterhole under a canopy of trees, Nestor will help baptize several members of the village.