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It’s a small, impoverished country in the Arabian Peninsula. It doesn’t have the oil or political clout of some of its neighbors. But right now, after two years of war, over 21 million people—80 percent of Yemen’s total population—are in dire need of humanitarian assistance.

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What would you do if half the hospitals in the country suddenly closed? What if you had an emergency or an unknown medical condition?

With a countrywide doctors’ strike now in its second month, Kenyans are struggling to find medical care. Over 5,000 Kenyan doctors have left their posts, causing the closure of most government-funded hospitals. Private hospitals, including WGM’s Tenwek Hospital, are now caring for double the number of patients.

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Viktor and Kristen Rózsa look forward to returning to Viktor’s homeland of Hungary to help equip the Hungarian church to reach out to young people and speak God’s truth into families. Discover more about the Rózsa family, their calling, and their ministries.

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For their last time-traveling adventure, Dr. B, Bethany, and Gabe return to Bolivia. As you fly with them over the Bolivian countryside in the small Wings of Peace aircraft, you’ll see what it means to be a prayer warrior. 

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College is an intense season for anyone. It's a time of self-discovery, study, and personal growth. For students who spent the majority of their childhood on the mission field because their parents were missionaries, college brings about even greater change and transition.

“In college, MKs [missionary kids] are far from what they consider home,” said Mike Banks, WGM’s MK Ministries coordinator. “There are a lot of emotions involved in the transition from mission field to college in the U.S., and there’s a lot at stake.” Before his current role, Mike spent 19 years in Bolivia as a missionary, working with students at Santa Cruz Christian Learning Center. 

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