A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR 2

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MISSION VISIT TO EL SALVADOR

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR Labour and taxation Although El Salvador has fared better than other Latin American countries when population increases are taken into account, the country‚Äôs modest economic growth, averaging 2 percent or less since the 1990s, is not enough to produce dramatic improvements in standards of living. With […]

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF EL SALVADOR

by PHCC Editorial
MISSION VISIT TO EL SALVADOR

El Salvador, officially the Republic of El Salvador, is the smallest and the most densely populated country in Central America. El Salvador’s capital and largest city is San Salvador. As of 2016, the country had a population of approximately 6.34 million, consisting largely of Mestizos of European and Indigenous American descent. Despite having little level […]

MISSION VISIT TO EL SALVADOR

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MISSION VISIT TO EL SALVADOR

Dear Partners, Calvary greetings in the name of the Lord Jesus, I bless the Lord for raising harvesters like you to advance His work across the globe. Jesus says “And this Gospel of the Kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all the nations; and then shall the end come.” […]

The Siege is Over

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Join us to take the Gospel of Liberation and Transformation to the City of Atlanta and its suburbs in the state of Georgia, Plan to spend your next vacation weekend with us @ SUMMER NIGHT OF FREEDOM RALLY. “The Lord put forth his hand and touched my mouth and said unto me : behold, I […]

Nate Saint (1923-1956)

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His air-service ministry to isolated missionaries would eventually put him on a path of destiny that would end with four missionary friends in the jungles of Ecuador. Nate Saint was an ex US Airforce pilot who was involved with the Mission Aviation Fellowship almost from its start. In 1948 he and his wife went to […]

David Livingstone (1813-1873)

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David Livingstone was born to a Christian family who lived at Blantyre, Scotland in 1813. As child he worked in a local mill during the day and went to school in the evening. He wanted to become a missionary and work in China. He qualified as a doctor of medicine to help with this ambition. […]

Eric Liddell (1902-1945)

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Eric Liddell was born to missionary parents who served in northern China and his early years were in a London Missionary Society compound. His parents had been missionaries in Mongolia when the Boxer Rebellion had broken out. The Boxers were a group of people who wanted to kill all foreigners, especially missionaries. Two hundred missionaries […]

Adoniram Judson (1788-1850)

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Adoniram Judson was born in Massachusetts in America in 1788. His father was a Congregationalist minister. Adinoram was an intelligent child, reading at an early age and studying theology as a child. He went to college when he was seventeen, a move which had a profound effect on his life. At college he was strongly […]

Amy Carmichael (1867-1951)

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Amy Carmichael was born in North Ireland. When she was 18 her father died and the family went to Belfast where Amy became involved with mission work in Belfast itself. As a child Amy Carmichael had been strongly influenced by beggars and homeless children. She had organized groups within her church to help children, particularly […]