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DOVE Christian Fellowship International (DOVE International) is a worldwide family of believers in Christ involved in churches and ministries located in six continents. As an international family, we are diverse in culture and background but share a common God-given vision, values, mission, and commitment to start and nurture churches and ministries to transform communities throughout the nations.
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DOVE InternationalSaturday, August 20th, 2016 at 1:48am
Did you know you know the Biblical Foundation books are available in French?

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Check out this video....DOVE Leadership and Ministry School starting this fall...live and on the web.
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DOVE InternationalSaturday, August 6th, 2016 at 1:57am
News from a newly planted church outside of Kisumu in Nyakach. While the church has faithfully continued meeting together under a tree in the pastor’s home, something BIG has happened! The Lord has provided land and a building!

After one of the village church members gave a portion of land to the church, a friend of ours in the USA started talking to others about an opportunity to sponsor a church. In a short time $7,500 was raised for a building! Meanwhile the church members hand dug the foundation for the building and produced over 7,000 bricks using a traditional brick oven method. I partnered together again with a church building ministry in Kenya who delivered a 30 x 70 foot steel pre-fabricated structure. Together with the church members, we raised up the structure and put on the roof.

The people are saying it is a miracle from God! The building is designed to have a main sanctuary for worship, a large room for children and youth ministry, as well as two offices for the pastor and team. Additionally, it can also be used as a classroom to provide opportunities for men, women and children in the community. -Hesbone and Dan

Check out more information here: http://www.missionkisumu.com/uploads/1/8/2/2/18229323/2016_07_newsletter.pdf
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Sharing testimonies were interspersed with service projects such as carpentry, window cleaning, serving at a soup kitchen and during tea breaks for the Ireland team. Led by Elizabeth Martin, Freedom Light House Ministry in Fort Loudon, Pennsylvania and Arlin Snyder, DOVE Westgate, the team included Brighton VanSycoc, DOVE Westgate; Brianna Sauder, Newport DOVE; and Jocelyn Kreider, Newport DOVE, Elm, Pa.

“Prayer walking the city, worshipping in the street and talking with strangers was out of my comfort zone, but we spoke life into dark places,” Jocelyn reported. “We talked and prayed with many people dealing with depression, which seems so prevalent in Ireland.”

Brianna enjoyed connecting with the youth group and sharing what God was showing them. After the team presented a drama, they prayed for healing with two ladies.

The most challenging time for Brighton was talking with an alcoholic. “He had studied the Bible—knew many rare facts about it,” Brighton said. The conversation encouraged Brighton to examine more details while recognizing there is a difference between understanding with spiritual eyes compared with head knowledge.

Arlin Snyder spoke of anointing a house with oil and the opportunity to pray for a lady who was severely depressed and struggling without hope. “I saw God working,” he said.
“We did not put limits on the Holy Spirit,” Elizabeth said of God’s guidance as they ministered in Ireland. The team had tea with a councilman who expressed his belief that God is a harsh God. The team shared and prayed with him. “Ministering to others isn’t about us, but obeying God” she said.

Larry's Blog

The Language of the Kingdom
August 24
Recently the Lord reminded me that the language of the kingdom of God is praise. The language of the kingdom of darkness is complaining. Praise builds faith. Complaining is based in unbelief. There is always something to thank and praise God for. When we enter his presence daily with praise, he enters our lives with...

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