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Math and Theb are in high school. They have been friends for a couple years, even though they are in different grades. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, they have not been going to school and often spend time together doing outdoor activities such as fishing. They both grew up in non-Christian religious households and follow those practices, but they do not fully understand the meaning of their religions. They attended an LHM-Cambodia youth program where they heard the Gospel message for the first time. They were very interested in what they heard, and through the power of God's Word, they decided to start attending church to learn more about Christianity.

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Tonkouy is a student in college. She attended an LHM-Laos music performance and talked with an LHM volunteer who shared the Gospel message with her. Tonkouy was interested in learning more and was connected to a local church. As she began attending worship services and reading the Bible, by the power of God's Spirit, she became a Christian. She now volunteers for the ministry as a Gospel music singer and is joining a singing contest where she can share the Good News through music.

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After many months of events being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, our ministry team in Southeast Asia was able to safely hold a puppet show. The event was held outside, and many adults and children had their first opportunity to hear God's Word. After the event, 150 people reached out to follow up and 50 people were referred to a local church. The staff and volunteers are thankful for the opportunity to reach individuals with the hopeful message of the Gospel during these trying times.

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Belew was enrolled in the Bible Correspondence Courses* (BCC) through LHM-Ethiopia and recently shared his experience with the ministry center staff. He said the lessons changed his life and made a positive impact in his relationships with his family members. He now reads his Bible regularly and is telling other people to take advantage of the great BCC lessons offered by LHM-Ethiopia. Belew and his family pray together and participate in devotions together. In addition, during the COVID-19 pandemic, he has been relying on his Bible and prayer for comfort and strength to get him through these difficult times.

*Bible Correspondence Courses (BCC) are Bible-based studies that enable people of all ages, faiths, and educational levels to explore the Bible's teachings and the Christian faith from the security and comfort of their own homes.

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Pratuan is 50 years old. He enjoyed his career and followed teachings and practices of a non-Christian religion. He attended an Equipping the Saints (ETS) event hosted by LHM-Thailand at a local church last year and met the ministry center staff. He enjoyed the event and even went on to enroll in the ministry's Bible Correspondence Courses that he completed at home. He connected to the pastor at the local church and, through the power of the Holy Spirit, became a Christian. Pratuan now uses the techniques he learned during the ETS training as well as LHM-Thailand materials to share the Gospel with people in his community.

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