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Lucy Campbell

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SE Asian earthquake victims find healing

SOUTHEAST ASIA (BP) -- He sped home on his motorbike, desperate to see his family in the wake of a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. He had waited 30 minutes -- long enough to let the tremors subside -- but a sudden landslide took him by surprise. The treacherous trip for Cahya* affected his life forever.

Muslim who became Hindu finds Jesus in South Asia

SOUTH ASIA (BP) -- Zoya's* family life was a mess. She had fallen in love with a Hindu man, and consequently, her Muslim family disowned her. As the years went by, she became the mother of two and a dutiful Hindu. But her marriage suffered when her husband Azad* began drinking too much. A friend brought Zoya to the home of Baptist workers, where Zoya found a job as a language tutor. As she taught the couple, Zoya heard stories from a children's Bible. And as time went on, Zoya began coming early to read God's Word and pray. Slowly, she started falling in love with Jesus.

Former heroin addict finds Christ in fishing village

SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA (BP) -- "I believe this. I want to be baptized." Mark was just one of the men recovering from heroin addiction at "The Well," a rehabilitation center founded by Southern Baptist missionaries in sub-Saharan Africa. His new start in recovery led to his new beginning in eternal life. Located inside a concrete building formerly frequented by heroin addicts, "The Well" serves

Singer looking for identity finds it in Christ

EUROPE (BP) -- She is a ball of energy with laugh lines deeply engraved at the corners of her eyes. And she is one of millions living in an Eastern European metropolis, but one of only a few pastors' wives in her city. A few years ago, Tanya* and her husband moved to the city to start their now-thriving church of 30 to 40 members. They are part of a church planting movement of at least six new churches in about three years -- church growth that is extremely unusual here after the tumult of Soviet repression.