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Newfound courage

15 Aug, 2014 :: Incheon, South Korea


Living far from loved ones in a foreign land is a daily struggle many foreign workers face. But Alvin has found a family at the ministry Friends of all Nations where he can worship the Lord with fellow Filipinos and other nationalities. Coming to Logos Hope was for Alvin another encouragement along his journey. The special onboard programme for immigrant workers shared not only cultural dances and dramas but also encouraging testimonies of God calling crewmembers out of their home country to serve Him. “I have really been challenged and encouraged by the way the Lord put people on this ship from different nationalities and how the Lord brings them into unity,” Alvin said. He has lived in Korea for 14 years, currently working in a plating company. At first life was difficult for him. “I just trust in my God, in our God, who is able to give me enough strength to be able to do my job, so that’s really giving me the courage to stay here.”


Making mission accessible
06 Aug, 2014 :: Incheon, South Korea
Youth from a local church serve at the 'Crew for a Day' event and experience mission first-hand.

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