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Shade and Fresh Water in Manaus

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This child attends the Shade and Fresh Water Program that serves children with Christian education and recreation. A New Advance for a New Century

by Bishop Larry M. Goodpaster of the Alabama-West Florida Conference
New World Outlook

Anniversaries mark unique moments in time. They are a human way of remembering a significant event.

Students at the Amity Teachers Program are trained to teach English to their Chinese students.Word and Deed China and the Advance

by Diane Allen
New World Outlook

Facts and figures dash by as China changes at a dizzying pace.

Pass It On.60 Years of Sharing Hope Through The Advance

New World Outlook, November/December 2007
The Advance does something that other charities cannot do: it promises that 100 percent of the donations reach the people and projects for which the funds are intended.

Kissy Hospital Hope for New Mothers in Sierra Leone

-"At the time of civil war, the hospital was seeing three patients a day," said Janet Bio, head midwife at Kissy United Methodist Hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone. "But I started bringing pregnant women to the hospital--just a few at a time." Twelve years later, 400 women come each week to see "Sister Bio".


What Do You Do with An Empty Bag?What Do You Do with An Empty Bag?
Fill it with Love and Gifts for Mission

Global Ministries News
6/10/08: "The only way I know how to share a bag is to fill it up," said Bishop Lyght of this gift from The Advance.


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