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I did not known the that this international city was going to grab my heart, captivate it at times, and shatter it at others for the nations. There is something so devastatingly thrilling, yet utterly exhausting about the hustle and bustle of life in an urban context. Living in this massive city has taught me to love with urgency but not with haste.
— Rachel (London, England)
The Lord was present before we ever arrived. He willingly used a selfish, dramatic, and unsteady person to radiate His love and peace to the nations.
— MeKayla (Southeast Asia)
I do not know where to begin when describing my time overseas. I do know one thing and that is God is moving in ways we cannot even imagine. My time overseas was the most exhausting yet rewarding time. If you want to see God actively moving. You have to go and see for yourself.
— Kenny (South Asia)
In obeying the simple commands of Christ, much sacrifice will ensue. Yet, it will be answered with a greater understanding of Him and His word, the world, your purpose, great friendships, and salvation.
— Austin (East Asia)
Serving with the IMB has opened my eyes to the need for people to take the gospel to the nations. Through serving I now know I am called to spend my life serving in ministry.
— Ashley Ruth Charles
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