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Jane Gibb

Jane and her husband Steve ministered at Trinity Baptist Church in Cairns, Australia for fourteen years before moving to serve as missionaries in Port Vila, Vanuatu. Jane has a bachelor of education. Jane is active in ministry in Vanuatu as well as being a busy mother of six.


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    Ben Kwok

    helpful ideas, this is scratching a mental itch for me — thanks :)

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    Thanks, Jane! Those ideas are very helpful. Sometimes it seems that we even have to apologize for reading “so much” Scripture. At a recent Bible study we looked at deceit through the life of Rebekah and I printed up three pages of verses from my concordance on “deceit” and we spent most of our time reading through those verses. I think it was much more powerful reading what God had to say about deceit than it would have been to just go through our study guide. We have also really enjoyed doing inductive studies as well. It’s exciting to get into God’s Word and study it out for yourself instead of just letting a commentator explain it to you.

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    Yes, Cristy, I’m thankful that Bible is the source of spiritual power and light. It’s an act of faith when we leave the impact mostly to His Word.


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