Montana missionary catalyzes new churches
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HELENA, Mont. (NAMB)–Dave Howeth rolls on down the two-lane highway in his blue Buick. While the terrain in front of him is flat for miles and miles, always off in the distance are the snow-covered mountains of southwest Montana.

Blind missionary guides to Christ
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LANSING, Mich. (NAMB)–Larry Woods’ job would be so much easier in Tallahassee, Tuscaloosa or Baton Rouge.

Modern disciple Andrew labors over harvest in California
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ARCADIA, Calif. (NAMB)–Born in Hong Kong, Andrew Chan looks and feels at home as he strolls down the busy streets of Chinatown Los Angeles. And much like his namesake, Andrew – one of Jesus’ original 12 disciples – Chan glances around for someone to invite to church and win to Christ.

Resort missionary witnesses in Louisiana
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TOLEDO BEND, La. (NAMB)–For spunky, fast-talking, fast-walking Mary Gore, it’s just another Saturday in bass-fishing paradise – Toledo Bend, La. Mary is busy doing what she does best. She’s out fishing – not for largemouth bass, but for souls.

NAMB missionary ministers to Cleveland internationals
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CLEVELAND, Ohio (NAMB)–Showing pretty fair pitching form, Randy Chestnut winds up and fires the baseball. With a clang, Randy’s fastball nails the metal target and another victim plops into the dunking pool to gales of laughter in the crowd of several hundred.

NAMB missionaries at home in Canada
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WESTBANK, British Columbia (NAMB)–For 10 years now, North American missionaries Kevin and Alicia Madden have lived 2,200 miles away from Kevin’s birthplace, Washington, Ga. – an historic little town located about 100 miles east of Atlanta. Today, their home and hearts are firmly rooted in Canada.
Kids saved from the streets through inner-city ministry
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (NAMB)–“… it is not the will of your Father in heaven that even one of these little ones perish.” Jesus’ words in Matthew 18:14 are what drive North American missionary Chet Cantrell 24-7, 365 days a year.
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Atlanta shelter offers sanctuary for homeless families
DECATUR, Ga. (NAMB)–Often discouraged and depressed, the two dozen men sitting in the church service reflect the scars, the struggles, the pain of hard lives on Atlanta’s infamous Memorial Drive. To Reginald Robbins, they are nothing less than God’s children, ready to be reclaimed and reborn.
Annie week of prayer March 5-12
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP)–The annual Week of Prayer which precedes the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for the North American Mission Board begins March 5 with a focus on eight missionaries and their areas of service. This year’s offering goal is $56 million, 100 percent of which directly supports more than 5,200 North American missionaries and their ministries.