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Doulos Impact Zones: A Look at Cuba

March 13, 2015

Doulos is taking a mission trip to Cuba later this year, so we thought it would be a great time to share with all of you a little more about the country. Cuba is an absolutely beautiful place. The island scenery is breathtaking, and the culture of its inhabitants is rich. The people themselves are […]

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Deiu Sanh: Prisoner to Preacher

February 12, 2015

In August of 1996, Deiu Sanh recalls his wife complaining of a sore head, and her going to bed early. That next morning he was woken by her moaning and violent convulsions. By the time the convulsions ceased, she was paralyzed down the right side of her body. Sanh rushed to Buddhist temple, where he […]

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Plan for Salvation

January 23, 2015

What do you think it takes for a person to go to Heaven? If you are unsure, keep reading and discover God’s directions to receive eternal life! God’s Answer: as simple as the ABC’s ADMIT you are a sinner The Bible says that… “ALL have sinned and fall short of God’s glory.” — Romans 3:23 […]

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Why Church Planting Matters – Building Communities in Christ

January 20, 2015

The Bible tells us in many passages that we must evangelize and bring those who are converted into the church. Beyond helping existing churches to grow, we can take an even more productive step. At Doulos Partners, we believe that one of the most fruitful ways to evangelize is to plant new churches. Church planting […]

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Resolve To Love Like Jesus

January 13, 2015

Happy New Year! While the year is still young, we want to talk about resolutions. We all have them, don’t we? We promise ourselves to spend more time doing this and less time doing that. This year we’re asking you to consider adding this resolution to your list: love more. Decide to Live a Life Filled with Love We […]

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He Forgave His Wife’s Killers: Tapan’s Story

January 9, 2015

Tapan Sarkar lives in a Hindu village in India. Many years ago his wife suffered from epilepsy, and the people of the village prayed to their many gods, paid doctors, and even tried witchcraft to heal her. They were desperate for a healer and were at a loss of where to turn. Then, they met […]

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