January 2017

In This Issue
The January 2017 issue of Worldwide starts with an article by former International President Mike Treneer about the importance of caring for the hidden spiritual life, the roots under the surface. Next is an article about God's work among a new generation of Brazilian university students in Rio de Janeiro. International Vice-President Mike Shamy also shares the story of a Canadian couple's generational influence in South Africa.
To Know Him

The secret of a tree is its roots, and roots are hidden. It is the roots that make its strength, health and fruitfulness possible.

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To Make Him Known

It’s not every day that Brazilian students talk with a stranger, let alone with someone who is much older. But as Miguel struck up conversations with them that October day, and on two other occasions in November, they all responded to him with warmth and receptivity.

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To Help Others Do the Same

Through seeds planted in obscurity by a young Canadian couple, many people in Manfred’s community came to Christ: kids, parents, aunts and uncles, grandparents, neighbors.

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Equipping ordinary people in the marketplaces of Africa to be “islands of integrity” and Gospel hope among the lost. 

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Eleven new national directors in the Navigator Worldwide Partnership gathered to learn and grow closer as they begin to lead.

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