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Middle Ground (Part 4)

Rob ends up in an orchard

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October 10, 2016

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Long-term seed-sowing

In this video—the fourth and final in our Middle Ground series—Rob accompanies Pioneers workers in Central Asia through routines of daily life. They walk through the city streets, interacting with a downtrodden man and a woman who is happy in her cultural traditions. They end up at an orchard in the “Celestial” Mountains. This reminds Rob that there is work to be done until the day Jesus returns.

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  • 00:00 “He’s why we’re here.”
  • 01:28 Seeds for the long-term
  • 02:53 Easter in Central Asia
  • 04:50 An orchard for the kingdom

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Interested in Central Asia? Watch Middle Ground (Part 1): Rob Goes to Central Asia.

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