Author Archives: Dr. John Yingling

Into All The World: Volume 8, Issue 1

First Sunday in Haiti By Joel Desir, Missionary to Haiti For our first Sunday we had our red truck and white bus to pick up people. Not many rode them, so we thought there might be only a few people for the morning service, but the Lord blessed and surprised us. We had 80 people […]

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Into All The World: Volume 7, Issue 8

“Tell me! How can I know?” By Jason and Kate Christiansen, Missionaries to Muslims I met Gezawy in a coffee shop as we normally do. Shortly into our conversation I asked him, “Tell me something you would like to do before you die.” He began telling me how he wanted to know for sure that […]

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Kidnapped

By Wale Orekan The bus taking me into Abuja, Nigeria had a mechanical failure. I was on my way to the capital to renew our passports. Because of the breakdown I had to spend two nights in Owo with the other passengers. I decided to take another bus from that place instead of waiting. After […]

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Homegoing of Dr. Garvin Dykes

It is with profound sadness that we announce the homegoing of our beloved mentor, leader and friend. Dr. Garvin Dykes slipped into the presence of our Savior last evening. Brother Dykes was a champion for missions. He served and represented missionaries here at BIO for almost two decades alongside his dear wife Faye. Please be […]

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Modern Ideas for Your Missionary Program

Christianity has changed drastically since the days of the Book of Acts. I once read that the Greeks turned Christianity into a philosophy; the Romans turned Christianity into a government; the Europeans turned Christianity into a culture, and the Americans turned Christianity into a business. This is a succinct description of the mutation of modern […]

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