ONEY IS SO TIGHT AT OUR Adventist mission school in Tokmok, Kyrgyzstan, that to make ends meet, we operate several industries to fund the elementary school. We often hire non-Adventists to work in these industries, and through our witness some are brought to Christ. As the business adviser for the school, I often wander through these shops.
 
One Tuesday morning Yora’s father came in unexpectedly. He didn’t approach me, nor did he say a word to me; he 
didn’t have to. He had a serious look on his face. Yora, a hard-working, quiet type, was called outside. There both father and son sat almost wordless for a few minutes. Then they left.
 
Sometimes nearly a dozen guys work in the woodworking shop. That day they were busy working and didn’t notice the ... »
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