The God of the universe loves us, and in response, we honor him by submitting our actions and thoughts to glorify him (Romans 12:1).
My address has changed. I have moved to my ultimate address in Heaven, moved from mortality to immortality. – Eileen Kuhn
A displaced East Asian people face various challenges, yet God’s love and power is working among them.
Over and over, God has taught me that there is strength in repetition. Every day, every hour, we need to keep repeating His truths and promises to ourselves. We must keep repeating God’s Word in our hearts.
Nothing we’ve experienced has shocked God or caught him off guard. At no point in the past couple of years – or throughout history – has God ever said, “Wow… I didn’t see that coming.” That should give us great peace.
Wayne Courtney faithfully served his Lord and Savior for 99 years on earth, and he is now in the presence of the One who held first place in his life since he accepted Christ 79 years ago.
“And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” (Isa. 9:6)
When we think of missions, church planting may be the first thing that comes to mind. Yet it is often not thought of as ministry to women because the focus of church planting is much broader. As I reflect on my time in Thailand, here are some of the ways church planters help women.
When you are intentional in introducing voices that might be different than your own or might have a different background than your own, we give our brothers and sisters more opportunity to meet with God where they are and have that become a starting point for their journey with Christ.
Vietnam is a vibrant, growing country with a population of 98 million people. The number of believers in Vietnam has doubled in the last ten years, yet the Church remains small.