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Hundreds Of Muslims Converting To Christianity In Finland

August 23, 2017 – Finland has reportedly seen a flood of conversions from Islam to Christianity, with hundreds of asylum seekers from the Middle East turning to the Christian faith, officials in the Evangelical Lutheran community said. Evangelical Lutheran parishes have begun establishing confirmation classes for Muslim immigrants who want to become Christians. Exact figures […]

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What Is The Value Of Customer Service?

August 21, 2017 – Robert J. Tamasy   Recently I was among nearly 500 people affected when a local medical facility decided to close a specialized care center that had served our area for 15 years. The patients, many of whom had been going to the center for years (10, in my case), were understandably disappointed […]

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Why The Global South Is The New Heart Of Christianity

August 17, 2017 – Joseph D’Souza has emerged as one of the leading Christian voices in India. As moderator bishop and the primate of the Good Shepherd Church of India as well as founding president of the ecumenical All India Christian Council, one of the largest interdenominational coalitions of Christians in India, he is primarily known for […]

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The Power Of Admitting, ‘I Don’t Know’

August 14, 2017 – Jim Mathis   I was at a business seminar where the instructor advised attendees to never say, “I don’t know.” She said a better response is, “That is a good question,” or “Let me find out for you.” That sounds reasonable until we realize it denies the obvious – that we really […]

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CBMC Training & Vision Casting, Madagascar

August 3-5, 2017 – Masimba Chimwara, Chairman CBMC Africa shares highlights of his time with the CBMC Madagascar Team. He and Frik van Rensburg from CBMC South Africa spent 3 days in Antananarivo to encourage the team in their strategic planning and training. “We were greatly encouraged by the group of 21 attending the training […]

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Lee Truax

Contact Vice President, Strategic Initiatives USA ltruax@cbmcint.org Miscellaneous Information Lee Truax joined CBMC International in September, 2017. Prior to joining CBMCI, he served as CBMC USA President. During his tenure, he was instrumental in developing and leading key transformational initiatives across the United States and around the world. Lee spearheaded not only the 2014 CBMC World Convention […]

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5 Steps To Success, Modeled By Nehemiah

August 7, 2017 – Rick Boxx   Some people view the Bible strictly as a religious book, failing to see its relevance for every day. However, it can serve as a very practical, common sense guide for any aspect of life – including the business and professional world. No better example could be cited than the […]

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Continental Suicide, The Strange Death of Europe and European Christianity

August 4, 2017 – Eric Metaxas   What happens when a civilization forgets—or rejects—its roots? We’re seeing it right now. “Europe is committing suicide. Or at least it leaders have decided to commit suicide.” Those are the opening words of Douglas Murray’s controversial best-seller, “The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam.” What Murray means when […]

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‘You Are Now Entering The Mission Field’

July 31, 2017 – Robert J. Tamasy   When you hear the term “mission field,” what comes to mind? Typically we think of a distant land, with people living in an alien culture, speaking an unfamiliar, even strange language. Have you ever thought about the mission field that exists right outside your office or cubicle, or […]

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The Need For A Personal ‘Margin Call’

July 24, 2017 – Rudolfs Dainis Smits   The word “margin” has many meanings and applications. Even for the workplace. The Merriam-Webster dictionary, for example, says it can mean, a bare minimum below which or an extreme limit beyond which something becomes impossible or is no longer desirable. It can mean the difference between profit and […]

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