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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“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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"Don’t ask him to help," said Joseph's childhood friends when a visiting missionary selected him to be trained as a teacher.  "He hasn’t even been to school!’  But the missionary just smiled and said to them, "God has called him, and God will use him."

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Staying at home with her children and spending her days doing housework was not what Carol had envisioned for her life overseas but it would be the only way to build relationships with the women in the community she and her family had moved half-way around the world to reach.

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"Why separate Muslims? Why brand them as killers?"

This beautiful video from SIM USA gives a glimpse into the work of SIM's Filipino team to bring good news - of Jesus and a life of dignity in poverty - to Muslim minorities in the land of 7000 isles. 

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"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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