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International Students at a National University

by: Bud Fuchs

As of this Fall, over 1,000 international students are now enrolled at Utah Valley University with nearly 40,000 students.

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Unity of the Spirit

by: Randy Schmor

As our EXPLORE and SCP Vision Trip team members discovered (and was re-confirmed to us) our brothers and sisters in Central Europe are eager to not only talk about what we have in common…

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Missional Living on a “Global” Scale

by: Randy Schmor

Compartmentalizing, categorization, and silo making…you may not realize it, but if you’re a North American or a church in North America, you’re good at these.

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Gateway Developments

by: Randy Schmor

January 2015 will mark 13 years since we (Shelly and Randy Schmor) began to serve with Gateway Teams (where has the time gone?!) and with each year we continue to see God using this ministry to develop “Global Partnerships through Kingdom Mission.”  Here’s some of the most notable developments at Gateway this past year:

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Spotlight Japan

by: Randy Schmor

Japan: the land of the rising sun. A country filled with history and tradition, it is one of the world economic powers and is known for cutting edge technology.

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ROMANIA in the Spotlight

by: Randy Schmor

To those of us involved in Gateway Teams, the country of Romania represents what became an opportunity for this ministry to significantly extend its reach in addition to the North American Baptist’s (NAB) established mission fields. Gateway was invited to serve in Romania, and a number of other nations since, by NAB churches in Alberta who had established some relationships there.

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Spotlight on Cameroon

by: Randy Schmor

Cameroon is a country of great diversity. In the early 1960s they gained independence from France and England, the two countries that controlled the territories that would join together to become the Republic of Cameroon as we know it today. Due to this varied colonial past the western provinces are English speaking while the rest of the country’s official language is French.

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