A group Village Headman has the respect of his community. The Group Village Headman at the Kabwozgo School in Malawi, Africa, was known for his anger and resentment toward God and his Word. »»
Global Church News
We cannot do faith on our own. We need each other. We are a part of the body of Christ, each with a specific purpose. And when we do not fulfill our purpose, a part of the body suffers.
Yobe is an abusive alcoholic. Alcohol is how he copes with the pain he has inflicted on his family. He is admittedly “lost” and spends his days drinking, stealing, and beating his wife and children. »»
Blessings from Believer’s Church, Surkhet, Nepal!
We are looking forward to our Christmas program again this year, because of how God showed up last year. We reached 830 students! »»
In many developing countries, it isn’t uncommon for a child to be kidnapped and sold into the horrors of sexual slavery. So when a little boy from Guatemala was dragged into a van, he knew his fate was in God’s hands. »»
For years, Tamila had been told lies about Jesus. But the moment she heard the true story of Jesus, she fell in love…for the very first time. And how could she not? »»
It isn’t unusual to see young boys playing football in the village of Hinkal, Ghana. What is unusual is 23 boys standing on a dusty playground reading about Jesus. »»
The angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. »»
To Adán, a glass of water speaks the gospel beyond the words of his native Spanish tongue.
He attends VisionTrust’s school for the deaf in the Dominican Republic. »»
It’s a scorching day in Malawi, but smiles radiate as a family sits in the shade of their house holding their household Bible. The children clutch their own copies of The Story of Jesus. »»
As we hear news from Syria and pray for refugees fleeing the civil war, we remember the faithfulness of Syrian Christians. Through them, God has already planted seeds of hope. »»
Mamathe Children’s Home has been providing love and care to orphans in India since 2004—orphans like Ishka, who has lived there since her mom dropped her off at age two. »»