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All articles by Nigel Lacey

Zambia’s day of opportunity

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January 2005
Zambia

Zambia’s day of opportunity

Everything will be revealed at the judgement seat of Christ and we must judge nothing before the time. Nevertheless, we are right to look into the history of the great enterprise of Christ in the earth and seek to understand our present situation and how we reached it. I believe that this is especially…

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Missionary Spotlight – Zambia today

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October 2004
Zambia

Missionary Spotlight – Zambia today

We have wonderful opportunities to preach Christ in Zambia, and the people are so ready to listen! Lusaka Baptist Church’s (LBC) weekly TV programme has a wide audience, and there are many positive comments from viewers. We are also greatly encouraged by the progress of our sister Reformed Baptist churches in Zambia. This is…

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Missionary Spotlight-Lusaka

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June 2002
Zambia

Missionary Spotlight-Lusaka

We are thankful to the Lord for his upholding grace. It has been an extraordinarily hot, humid month, and at times we have felt drained. But I am very encouraged by the tremendous work undertaken by our church elders at Lusaka Baptist Church, Zambia. We now have four elders and it is my joy…

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Guest Column-A needy pastor

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June 2002
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Guest Column-A needy pastor

May I share with you something I have felt particularly keenly while serving the Lord as pastor of Lusaka Baptist Church?The friends here in Lusaka have made me feel the great responsibility of shepherding the flock of God. Perhaps it has been their responsiveness to the Word of God and their sensitivity to the…

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Guest Column

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May 2002
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Guest Column

A large proportion of this world’s population is, by modern standards, impoverished. Not only do such people live on the edge of starvation; they are uneducated and have no meaningful contact with the world at large. They are on nobody’s list for anything. If they are in trouble, few are interested. If they are…

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Guest Column

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May 2002
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Guest Column

A large proportion of this world’s population is, by modern standards, impoverished. Not only do such people live on the edge of starvation; they are uneducated and have no meaningful contact with the world at large. They are on nobody’s list for anything. If they are in trouble, few are interested. If they are…

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Guest Column

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April 2002
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Guest Column

For the past three years, my wife and I have been serving the Lord in Zambia. Every pastor has to deal with death. Sharing the grief of bereaved families is part of the privilege of the Christian ministry. Pastors in Africa, however, seem to have a much larger portion of this. We have found…

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