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Episode Info: Today we look at some of the ways that YWAM is ministering to migrants and refugees around the world, we’ll find out about a prison outreach experience in Mexico, hear a message from Bevin with Global Cast Resources about Servant Leadership and Missions Mobilization, and more on the 101st episode of the Youth With A Mission News Show … Thank you for downloading this, the 101st episode of the Youth With A Mission News Show Podcast, I’m your host, Bill Hutchison … You can contact us, subscribe to future episodes, leave comments, and find links to all the stories we talk about on the show notes for this podcast at ywampodcast.com/101 … Thailand YWAM Together Darlene Cunningham Invite YWAM Together will be occurring from 2 – 8 September in Pattaya, Thailand. You can visit their web-site, ywamtogether.com, to find out more… Global Gates As a church Christ commanded us to “…go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” This was recorded for us in Matthew 28:19-20. It’s now about 2000 years after Christ gave us that message, and the Church, meaning you and me, have still not gone into all the world. One thing that we have seen increasingly is that “The World” is coming to us in the forms of migration and refugees. Is this God’s way of bringing people to us, since we haven’t gone to them? I don’t know… One of the ministries that YWAM is working with, and that is working with this global migration is the “Global Gates Network … Find out more on their web-site, globalgates.info. YWAM Refugee Works YWAM has been active serving refugees since at least 1979 when group of YWAMers went to Hong Kong to serve the Vietnamese boat people at “Jubilee Camp”. When they were there they did the work that no one else was willing to do, they shoveled out three feet of human waste from the lower floor of the refugee camp. After that the YWAMers repaired the broken sewage pipes, and fixed the plumbinRead more »

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