Lauren Ducommun, Ethnos Canada missionary on motorcycle in Asia 

December 10th, 2019

EPISODE 08 BONUS | GOD’S GOODNESS WITH LAUREN DUCOMMUN:

We have a special bonus episode for you. Lesley Doerksen is interviewing her co-host, Lauren Ducommun. We hope you enjoy hearing more of Lauren’s story and how God led her into missions. She also shares about God’s goodness in her life amidst trials and transitions.

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RELATED ARTICLES, RESOURCES, AND CONTENT:

  • Learn more about Emanate, Ethnos Canada’s training program for believers interested in church planting among unreached people groups.
  • Check out Ethnos360 Bible Institute, where you can study the whole Bible in two years, with an emphasis on cross-cultural missions.
  • Find a Worldwide Perspectives, or Perspectives on the World Christian Movement, course near you on their website.
  • Go on a trip with Interface, a six-week, college-level missions course in Papua New Guinea.
  • Go on a short-term trip with Encounter, to learn, serve and experience ministry among unreached people groups.
  • Come to a Jungle Camp Open House, to learn more about the Jungle Camp Practicum that our Emanate students attend in the summer.
  • You can support our national co-workers by giving towards their training and equipping.

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