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July 2, 2006

Light in the darkness of Russia
Soviet communism was a long dark night for Russia. All along a costly light burned faithfully — mostly hidden, but still a light. God has provided an opportune window of time through which the light of the gospel can shine, pushing back the darkness that grips Russia’s soul.
BY RANDY HURST
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Faces of hunger: Journey into the crying slums of Nairobi
In a valley of despair, 60,000 homeless children struggle to survive. While hunger and disease stalk the streets of the Kenyan capital’s slums, the church dispenses hope. For many, it is the only hope they have.
BY HAL DONALDSON
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After the Taliban
Assemblies of God workers in Afghanistan are partnering with others to rebuild the lives and homes of people devastated by years of war.
BY KEN HORN
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Vanuatu: Soul survivors
Taking the gospel to remote villages on the islands of Vanuatu is a difficult task but well worth the effort. People’s lives are changed when they accept Christ as their Savior. During a 46-mile jungle trek along treacherous mountain paths with 38 river crossings, missionaries encourage believers in scattered churches and confront witchdoctors, former cannibals and people addicted to kava, a liquid narcotic.
BY KIRK NOONAN
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