In the new era of quarantine haircuts and dressing nicely only from the waist up for virtual meetings, there is another growing trend.
How much do you know about the Philippines? Take our quiz to test your knowledge.
What images come to mind when you hear the term “creation care”? Do you picture a dense rain forest bursting with wildlife from the treetops to the forest floor; an abundant garden with plump fruits and vegetables ready for harvest; or a clean ocean teeming with all kinds of marine life? What about people – what kinds of people are there and what are they doing?
What questions do churches and mission agencies need to be asking about the mental health of the missionaries they support and send out to other countries and cultures? This is a question that I have often pondered in my member care role at OMF as I talk to missionaries every week.
How do you tackle a task as big as translating the Old Testament, verse by verse, until it is complete?
Uncle Asyo developed an amazing little farm in the city center. It included scores of fruit trees and herbs. He also raised chickens, ducks, and pigs, partly to produce natural fertilizer.
Uncle Asyo knew much about herbal medicine. When I started to feel sick, I grabbed a bandana and went to his house. He had me sit in their most comfortable chair and asked about my symptoms. Then he stepped outside.
I came to serve Filipinos. Little did I know how much they would serve me.
Tobi admired missionaries, but never thought he’d be one. Read how God led him and his wife Ena to the Philippines and helped them overcome obstacles along the way.
If you’re going on a short-term mission trip, asking the right questions will help you make the most of your experience.
Jenny, a marine biologist, took a Serve Asia trip to a typhoon-devastated community in the Philippines. Here’s what God taught her on her trip, and how she’s using her skills to help.
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