Category Archives: Ten Thousand Churches

The Best of 2015

Last year our blog was busier than ever. We published more than 50 stories, and those stories were read (and shared) by a record number of people. It’s good to know that the content we’re producing is reaching a larger … Continue reading

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Bitter Sweet

By Ray Majoran, CEO of Radiant Last month I had the privilege to travel to India and Nepal with Vision Nationals. While my primary task was to take pictures for the ministry and help them chronicle their story visually — … Continue reading

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Making Disciples in Tokyo

When Jesus called His disciples, they never fully understood His sayings concerning the Kingdom. Even the 12 disciples were on their journey to discovering what Jesus taught concerning His death, burial and resurrection. Throughout His 3 years of ministry, their … Continue reading

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Two Photos, One Hope

A new well and a thriving church, both pictured here. Clean water and living water offered within a stone’s throw of each other. Lives changed both now and forever. That’s what I saw in Vadavalasa when I was there four … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap in Tokyo

Walking into The Bridge Live, it’s easy to think you’ve just stumbled upon a hidden gem of an underground jazz club. First the location: Shimokitazawa, an artsy suburb of Tokyo that is a destination for urban 20-somethings due to its … Continue reading

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