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March 23, 2011

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Stephanie

Carolyn,

This is a really great post because it speaks truth to what the region is like. I'm also a teacher, but living in a different country of the Middle East (I can tell by the pictures). My husband and I moved here in 2008, and we share the same sentiments as this reader, that there are many "ordinary" people here just like us, though in need of a Savior. God has blessed our country with a lot more freedoms than hers may have, so the Church is able to do work in the community as well as with its own. We are standing in prayer for the region with her.

christina marie baer

Loved it thank you. Yes Lord may you soften the hearts and do a mighty work! In Jesus' name!

tia

love these insider perspectives ... thanks for sharing this!

Dora

I can just say "May God continue to work mightily in these places and may the light of our Saviour shine brighter!"

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