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January 23, 2013

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carla b

I am not sure how I first started receiving the newsletter but for me, too, it has changed me. Most importantly I pray for those I may never know but also, I make a point of sharing your FB posts. As Millie has pointed out so eloquently, we are not in control of where God puts us but we are in control of how we actively speak out of our faith. It has made me work harder to know the Word and speak it tho' I admit I still have some fears some times. But then I recall an article or photo and what is there to do but to tell the Good News!?!

LJ

Millie's letter hits it spot on for me. I am a squeamish person by nature and I didn't know if the VOM publication would be right for me. However, just as Millie describes, my outlook on life, both the physical and spiritual aspects, has changed since reading about my persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ. I am now reading the amazing story of Richard Wurmbrand, "Tortured for Christ" and can't recommend these enough to others. May God bless your ministry.

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