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Transforming Drug Addicts & Government Officials Through the Power of God’s Word

No country is too hard, too poor, too filled with crime, too divided by war, or too spiritually dark to be changed. God has given us basic principles that are keys to every problem we face in the twenty-first century. The answers lie between the covers of one book — the Bible. (The Book that Transforms Nations, Loren Cunningham & …

Someone to Die For

by Nicette As a teenager I wanted to give my life for something. I wanted to be passionate about something and change the world. But I didn’t see God as someone to live and die for because I didn’t understand who He actually is. The Salvation message I heard as a kid was that Jesus died to save me from my sins and from …

The Islands will Look to Him

story from Amy, who co-led the BSN/BELT team to Nigeria, Zanzibar and Tanzania. We sat in blue plastic lawn chairs in the front of the concrete church building in Zanzibar, listening intently. Prisca, one of the participants in our Biblical Education and Leadership Training (BELT) seminar, was sharing a testimony from her weekend outreach, and she had everyone’s rapt attention. Prisca and …

Peer to Peer

by Ben, BSN staff As I walked up the street from Walgreens in San Francisco, my path crossed with a young Discipleship Training School (DTS) student who had been in our class. Since my team and I are teaching in his DTS, our conversation turned to the week’s lectures. I was surprised to learn his age — he’s 21, a …

Contagious Hope

by Ben V., DTS student Tiraspol, Transnistria Transnistria is an interesting place to be. It is an unrecognized former-Soviet country with high rates of crime, poverty and alcoholism. Everyone here that we’ve talked to has expressed hopes of leaving Transnistria for a better life, but still seem resigned to the way things are. I rarely see hope in the eyes …

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Transformation Seminar in Nepal

by Elizabeth J., BSN student Our first week of teaching in Nepal was filled with laughter at our attempts to speak Nepali, and cups of steaming chai and dry rusks during “tea break.” We enjoy learning from the Nepali students when class is over — they’ve taught us some great dance moves. 😉 During our teaching we overviewed foundations for …