Bible Studies are changing hearts in the Philippines

She walked into Bible study and poured her heart out to the group. Her husband was having an affair. Heartbroken, she asked the group to pray for them both. In a culture that loves to gossip, it was a brave thing to confess, and only a loving community like she enjoyed here could be trusted with such a personal request. She was judged by no one; but was offered advice, support and prayer.

God breaks down barriers in Central Asia

One Sunday afternoon Mr. Xu’s older brother came back from the village with a dead wild rooster in a grocery bag. He presented this precious delicacy to me as a thank-you gift. Mr. Xu, the father of one of my students, had asked his older brother to hunt for the bird especially for me. His generous gift says a lot about the respect and friendship we share.
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Bible Studies are changing hearts in the Philippines

Posted by: on 23/03/2015
Bible Studies are changing hearts in the Philippines
She walked into Bible study and poured her heart out to the group. Her husband was having an affair. Heartbroken, she asked the group to pray for them both. In a culture that loves to gossip, it was a brave thing to confess, and only a loving community like she enjoyed here could be trusted with such a personal request. She was judged by no one; but was offered advice, support and prayer.

God breaks down barriers in Central Asia

Posted by: on 04/03/2015
God breaks down barriers in Central Asia
One Sunday afternoon Mr. Xu’s older brother came back from the village with a dead wild rooster in a grocery bag. He presented this precious delicacy to me as a thank-you gift. Mr. Xu, the father of one of my students, had asked his older brother to hunt for the bird especially for me. His generous gift says a lot about the respect and friendship we share.

Where was God?

Posted by: on 17/02/2015
Where was God?
Acts of evil can leave people asking “Where was God?” When tragedy strikes at home, the church can be heard and seen, actively sharing the hope we have in Christ. Sadly, in many parts of the world there is no one to tell people that God is present and that His heart is broken by the evil we do to one another.

New Concordance Enriches Bible Study for the Wayana

Posted by: on 23/01/2015
New Concordance Enriches Bible Study for the Wayana
A huge smile crossed the face of the Wayana church elder as he found the verse he'd been searching for in his Bible for a long time. In his hands was one of three freshly printed volumes that make up the massive Wayana Concordance.

Being God's Instrument in Cambodia

Posted by: on 06/01/2015
Being God's Instrument in Cambodia

“God is sovereign, but it’s cool to be the instrument.”

Jim and Carolyn were in their 40s when they had a mid-life career change. Not a mid-life crisis, but a voluntary change in response to the goodness of God in their lives and a desire to share it with others.