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Overcoming Monolingualism 10 - A Personal Look: Russian

Published by: Anonymous
March 3, 2012

[This material is taken from an interview with a couple who undertook the difficult task of learning Russian for the sake of ministering the gospel in a Russian speaking culture. Their answers are differentiated by #1-wife and #2-husband.]

Q :: Having grown up monolingual, briefly describe what it was like to acquire a second language as an adult?

 

 

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Overcoming Monolingualism 09 - A Personal Look: Arabic

Published by: Anonymous
February 26, 2012

[This material comes from an interview with a Bethlehem global partner whose family has gone through the arduous process of learning Arabic. They're now in the process of acquiring another major national langauge of their host country.]

 

 

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Star 11-29-11

Author: 
Erin Dung
Date Given: 
November 29, 2011

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Star 11-8-11

Author: 
Erin Dung
Date Given: 
November 8, 2011

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Support the "Rope-Holders" for Missions

Published by: Pam Larson
October 26, 2011

Andrew Fuller said that William Carey's mission to India seemed like a few men who considered going into a deep, unexplored mine.

It was as if Carey said, “Well, I will go down, if you will hold the rope.” The meeting, in Fuller’s mind, was as if he and the other brethren gave their word that “whilst we lived, we should never let go the rope.”—Baptist World Mission

 

 

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South Sudan Survey Trip

Published by: Tamara Rasmuson
October 6, 2011

A team from Bethlehem left this week for a survey trip to Sudan. Below is a letter that was written about their trip by one of the members of the team.

"South Sudan is the newest country in the world. Spending forty out of the last fifty years consumed in a terrible civil war. More than 2.5 million people were killed, and twice that many were forced to flee.

 

 

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Overcoming Monolingualism 03 - Should the World be Monolingual?

Published by: Anonymous
September 11, 2011

The following video is from a convention for English teachers in the Arabian Peninsula. Consider the speakers arguments for maintaining a diversity of languages. What aspects of her arguments can serve as motivation for those desiring to become multi-lingual? What aspects of her discussion point out the challenge facing English speakers who want to learn another language? Discuss these questions with your Nurture Program Cohort or Missions Team. Consider the implications for Americans who desire to serve cross-culturally.

 

 

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The Preserving, Saving, Sustaining Faithfulness of God

Subtitle: 
Star Article
Author: 
Brett Toney
Date Given: 
August 16, 2011

Know therefore that the Lord your God is God, the faithful God who keeps covenant and steadfast love with those who love him and keep his commandments, to a thousand generations.—Deuteronomy 7:9

After returning from a teaching trip to Cameroon Baptist Theological Seminary (CBTS) with my wife, Kelina, and The Bethlehem Institute (Track 2) graduate Dieudonné Tamfu, I have been left with the sweet taste of God’s goodness in his faithfulness to his people.

TCT Tear-Off August 2011

Subtitle: 
Monthly News in the Weekend Bulletin
Author: 
Tamara Rasmuson
Date Given: 
August 11, 2011

Treasuring Christ Together

TCT is our ongoing strategy to fulfill our mission through a multiplying movement of campuses, new churches, and a Global Diaconate, united by a common mission and founded on a common biblical life and doctrine.

Star 07-12-11

Author: 
Erin Dung
Date Given: 
July 12, 2011

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