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James and Samwel are young men living on the streets of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. James sleeps in a cardboard box hidden in the bushes along a busy street. Samwel has a favorite sign post near a quiet alley where he settles down each evening. Both teens are part of a . . .
Born in a village located in the barren Bolivian highlands, Juan has lived a difficult life. As a child, his mother would vent her anger and frustration by hitting him, and his father was an alcoholic. When his parents separated while he was still very young, his mother left him . . .
Knowing the truth about Jesus is setting Peruvian families free! Though Fernando and Cecilia came from different backgrounds, they learned from an early age that they had to work hard if they wanted to eat. When they were 17, Fernando and Cecilia ran away together to begin life as a couple. Before long, they . . .
Ramon is a police officer – a peacemaker – but his personal life was far from peaceful. He spent so much time at work that his relationships at home were suffering. His wife was distant and his children hardly knew who their father was.
When a friend invited Ramon to attend a Bible listening group in his heart language of Cebuano, he was hesitant at first. For someone of his position . . .
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