Sports Friends has upped the ante this year: we want to see 10,000 youth attend our camps all around the world, from Peru to Kenya to Thailand. We can't do it without your help. Will you join us?

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In an area of South Asia where opportunities for education are both scarce and expensive, the Allied Model School is a place where students and teachers can grow as individuals and give back to their communities. 

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In a country of 17 million people, Deb serves as the only acting occupational therapist at SIM's Galmi Hospital in Niger. She has a passion for equipping Nigeriens to meet their own people's treatment needs.

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For young men in Bangladesh who don't have the means or luxury of completing a formal education, jobs are hard to come by. But for those don't have vocational skills, there isn't much use to even apply for jobs. The Salam Training Center though offers students a place for vocational training as well as spiritual development.

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AuthorDenise Poon
CategoriesAsia, Main Page

For years, the Radical Grace team dreamed of a place they could have to welcome in youth, people living with HIV, and anyone else seeking a place of community. Today, Shalom House is a reality: a space for Radical Grace to build relationships with the community and strengthen the local church.

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“They were growing spiritually but something was missing – they didn’t have a way to put food on the table for their families,” Ghie says. “Just giving them food was not sustainable. I wanted them to have their dignity, and to have holistic discipleship."

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The Yee students on campus are different – many of them have arrived in the city from their homelands, never having left their families before. Most students from the majority people group avoid the Yee people, believing that the mostly-Muslim Yee minority people are dangerous or to be feared. Elaine and Tim saw something else: students who needed God's love.

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"I had skills to pass tests, but I had this tension in my heart that I didn’t know anything outside of that." Rose talks about education in her country and how The Lighthouse Centre helped her grow and develop as an individual and not just someone who memorized answers.

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AuthorDenise Poon

"In their previous lives some on this team were engineers, paramedics, nurses, teachers, businessmen, artists. Now they are mostly language students and they all want the same thing - to see just one Christian church growing among the hundreds of thousands of Muslim Yees who live in and around the city they have come to call home." 

Read about the life, the challenges and the hopes of a unique SIM church planting team in one stark, Central Asian City. 

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