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Even the dogs bark in poems - 11/29/12
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Central Asia:
Even the dogs bark in poems! 

The people of this Central Asian nation love poetry. At a recent MAI writer workshop, leaders marveled when two women stood to sing their original poems. At the end, both women were teary-eyed and the audience cheered. “Even dogs in this country bark in poems!” joked one writer.
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Hear how Eda Esilaba of Kenya, Eva Kristiaman of Indonesia, and Joan Campbell of South Africa were inspired and equipped at LittWorld 2012.

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LittWorld 2012 Reflects Global Christian Publishing Coming of Age

"Global Christian publishing is coming of age…All over the world national writers and publishers are finding their feet," said British publisher Tony Collins of Lion Hudson plc, after attending LittWorld 2012 in Nairobi, Kenya. Christian publishers, editors and writers from 50 countries participated in MAI’s triennial global publishing conference October 28 to November 2. 

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This LittWorld conference was the largest to date, with Africans comprising about half of the 194 participants.

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New Release: Journeying with God from the Democratic Republic of Congo

From pastoring, publishing and leading a printing business amidst war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo, author Benjamin Kisoni recounts his faith journey in his new book God, Where Are You?

>>Now available for purchase in print and e-book formats.

>>Read an article about Benjamin's life now in Urban Faith.

>>Watch a past video interviewwith Benjamin and MAI President John Maust. 

>>PRAY for an end to the recent outbreak of fighting in the eastern DRC, near Benjamin's home.


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