By Mark Carpenter, Brazil As a young teenager growing up in a small town in Brazil, I had little access to the outside world. Only two TV channels were available, and the city newspaper carried only local news. I felt locked in. Then the son of a Japanese immigrant opened a news kiosk downtown, featuring
By John D. Maust, MAI President What is the best good news that you have ever received? I recently asked some friends to describe a time when they received some really good news. Some, with great emotion, shared dramatic news: *A scary medical test that came back negative *A family member had survived a serious
January 10-11, 2013 “I had been asking God what else I needed to do to turn the publishing house around,” said Ruth Mozo, general director of Ediciones Las Américas (ELA), a firm located among the cobblestone streets and colorful shops of Puebla, Mexico. Her prayers were answered during a two-day consulting visit in
By Michael Collie, director of SPCK Australia July 4 to 7, 2011 The cobblestone streets, historic cafes and tango bars of San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, have been home to generations of dancers, puppeteers, painters and poets. A local church here hosted a four-day workshop for Christian editors and designers. The July training was led
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