January 2018

In This Issue
This 97th issue of Worldwide leads with an article by Eddie Broussard on the importance of facing obstacles by leaning on Jesus. Next, Raul Ortiz shares how a Navigator couple in Mexico is advancing the Gospel in the midst of drug violence. Bulus Silas Bossan also writes about how God is using Navigators to reach rural villages in Francophone Africa. 
To Know Him

During our 2017 International Forum in Malaysia, I had the honor of hearing many stories about Navigators around the world who are living and working among the lost with bold faith. These men and women, in the face of seemingly insurmountable barriers, have pressed onward in faith to advance the Gospel.

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To Make Him Known

The Zamudios’ decision to work in Colima is rooted in a deep conviction to follow Christ. Gabriela recognized that it would be a challenging move for her family, but she said this: “God seemed to be asking me, ‘Do you want to serve me or just go to a place that is beautiful?’ I knew that I wanted to serve God, even if it meant going to Colima.”

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To Help Others Do the Same

One of our African Navigator leaders, David (not his real name), has established a discipleship and training ministry that equips and encourages rural-born students to return with the Gospel to their home villages. They are already trusted and respected within their relational networks, giving the Gospel natural access.

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Navigator History Now Online

You can now discover God’s amazing work through The Navigators over the past 80 years with a searchable website published by the International Executive Team (IET) and the U.S. Navigators History Department. 

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Save the Date!

Join our people from 115 countries in our 2018 Worldwide Partnership Day of Prayer! 

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