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Story number 4 for 31 Jul 2002

By July 31, 2002

(China)–Next, the Evangelical Baptist Mission is exploring new avenues of non-traditional mission’s work. The approach is helpful when eyeing countries that are reportedly not open to Christian ministries. EBM ‘s David Hague is excited about what they found. He says while they aren’t in direct partnership, they wanted to help one agency meet a direct need. “We were able to have an interview with the owners of a kindergarten for them to share with us their need for eight native English speakers to work in their kindergarten, and all of the expenses would be paid.” Hague adds that while not an evangelistic work in the traditional sense, this program could open doors for future outreach. “It would be, in the Christian sense, a very positive context, within which to work, which would provide unusual opportunity to speak about who you are, what you believe, within that situation.”

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