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Missions in India: Our Congregation’s Joy

The mission field that the Lord has given to Georgetown PRC can be described in one word—joy. You may find that to be an unusual way to describe this work of God. There has always been much work involved for us in his providence. And there have been many struggles and painful lessons. There has […]

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A Reflection on India

It is difficult to know where to start and how to explain my experiences in India. When people ask me how my trip was, the only place I know to start is to say, “It was amazing!”  I could write pages and pages on all of the experiences that I had, but unless you have […]

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Nehru

Nehru The position of this leader of India is described as on the fence. That posi­tion is a dangerous spot. If he moves toward the West, he is in danger of the Communism, and so too if he moves to­ward the Russian block, aid from the capitalist countries will be cut off. So far Nehru […]

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India

We receive a glimpse of Mission activities in India by means of the following letters.  The first is a letter from Rev. A. Petter, Orange City, Iowa, regarding the work of his sister, Mrs. Anna Grundy, in the Missionary Orphan Home in India. ********* Readers of Beacon Lights: The Board of Beacon Lights has announced […]

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Zoo without Bars

Kenneth is an ex-serviceman from Grand Rapids, Michigan Have you ever owned a monkey?  Do you know what it feels like to ride an elephant?  Ever see a snake-charmer?  No?  Well, all these experiences and many more could and probably would happen to you if you spent a few months in India.  This strange and […]

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Iranian Situation

Russian troops on the move! Turkey would fight to the last man! United States would back Iran! People talk of another war! Let us try to explain a little of this action of Russian. In order to get a good understanding of the Russian moves, the reader should familiarize himself with the map of the […]

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