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Bonnie E. Lin A Profile on Xue Xiaxia (China)

Reaching China’s Intellectuals

Fifty years ago, millions of Red Guards – a ruthless cadre of radicalized students – waged war against tradition and religion, the twin threats to Maoism, during modern China’s darkest decade: the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution (1966-1976).

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Antonio Barro, 2011 ScholarLeader of the Year (Brazil)

A Typewriter and a Desk

In 1995, Dr. Antonio Barro founded South American Theological Seminary (SATS) in Londrina, Brazil. He began with a typewriter and a desk in his home, and a vision for a school that would bring the truth and hope of the Gospel to bear on issues facing the Church in Latin America. In 2010, SATS celebrated its 15th

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Gladys Mwiti, 2010 ScholarLeader of the Year (Kenya)

Crisis Counseling in Africa

Dr. Gladys Mwiti earned her MA in Counseling Psychology from the United States International University in Nairobi, and her MA in Christian Leadership and PhD in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary. She is the author of four books and a video-based training curriculum for counselors in Africa, produced in conjunction with Fuller Seminary. She

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Salim J. Munayer, 2009 ScholarLeader of the Year (Palestine)

Reconciliation in Palestine

Dr. Salim J. Munayer is the Founder and Executive Director of Musalaha Reconciliation Ministries, which works with Messianic-Jewish and Arab-Palestinian Christians to promote peace and reconciliation. He began this work in 1990 during the First Intifada. Since then, Musalaha has been recognized worldwide for its model of promoting reconciliation and understanding among women, children, and young

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