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Living with Leprosy

Back in Bible times, a person who had been diagnosed with leprosy would immediately be sent away from their homes and village. Easton’s Bible Dictionary explains, “In Christ's day no leper could live in a walled town, though he might in an open village. But wherever...

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“Physician, Heal Thyself…”

A Doctor Sees the Lord at Work in His Life At Diaconia Medical Center in Braila, Romania, not all the staff and doctors are Christians, as we don’t have many evangelical doctors and nurses in our town. They subscribe to an orthodoxy, were baptized as babies, and...

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The Hope of Glory

During the 1950s and 1960s two long-time missionaries, Bill Hekman and Harold Lovestrand (both of whom would later become AMG mission directors in the late 1970s) were ministering in the wild unreached regions of eastern Indonesia. The area where they worked is called...

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“Suffer the Little Children…”

It was late in the afternoon and our group was preparing to clean up AMG’s Nim Jay Yalú Bible and Feeding Center before heading back to Guatemala City after another long and fruitful day of ministry. As Bob Yeater, founder of Suffer the Children – Guatemala was...

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It’s not just a Mission – it’s an Adventure!

Judith Neal After 40 years in nursing, I have had the fabulous opportunity to go on five AMG International medical mission trips to Uganda. Oh, how it has enriched my life to come to know and medically treat the Ugandan children and adults. Their challenges are huge,...

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Ministry to Victims of Leprosy

“Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean.” In Luke 5:12-14 we have an amazing encounter between Jesus and a man suffering with leprosy. The man falls on his face before Jesus, and implores the Savior to heal him. Although the man is unclean, and Jewish law...

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