Field Stories

Featured stories from the most recent issue of Adventist Frontiers.

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A Bear or a Cougar?

It’s always one or the other.

Eve Wyler
May 25th, 2021

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The Healer

We invite you to join us in prayer for our friends, Gjergji’s family, and their journey of healing and faith.

Brenda Mays
May 1st, 2021

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Confused About God’s Character

After a heavy silence, Elly’s indignant voice sounded, “Those people truly did not know God’s real character! You are absolutely right, Poppy! God is merciful and kind to us; He is definitely not the one who brings troubles into our lives.”

Lina Martinson
May 1st, 2021

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The Impossible Mission

We plan to use our new facility to provide missionary training for church members, hold seminars, organize youth and Bible camps, and, of course, teach music and hold church services.

Kyle Tumberg
May 1st, 2021

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I See You

We do our best and take every opportunity to let the students know that we see them past their behavior, and that we love them.

Tonya Wright
May 1st, 2021

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The Battle

In part 1, Hannah Nicholaides felt her spiritual life was lagging. Seeking advice, she called a student missionary. But soon after hanging up, she felt an evil presence enter the room and begin to harass her. Realizing all was not well, dad, Jonathan, broke into her locked room, and he and Veronica prayed and rebuked the evil spirit in the name of Jesus. Hannah was set free. The story continues….

Veronica Nicholaides
May 1st, 2021

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Willing to Risk?

Sometimes God asks us to do hard things, to go to hard places, to step outside our comfort zones and follow Him with childlike faith. Are we willing to do that?

Carrie Hann
May 1st, 2021

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Someone Cares

In our ministry, we try every day to help our students understand in a practical way that God is a real person who loves them and is involved in their lives—to know that they are not alone and not ignored, and that Someone is always there to care for them.

Jared Wright
April 1st, 2021

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