June Prayer Powerlines -“Look to the LORD and his strength; seek his face always,” (1 Chronicles 16:11).
When I was growing up my family hosted Japanese exchange students. In 2016 my family took a vacation to Japan to visit families of students we had hosted. It was then that God first began to work in my heart and show me the need for Christ in Japan.
TCKs often have additional challenges in their college transition, including reverse culture shock and significant distance separation from close family and friends, among others. As we consider the role of parents during a TCKs college transition, we can learn by reflecting on the process of transplanting a young tree.
Janet was a new Thai language learner, so when her language teacher asked about her husband, poor Janet thought she was asking about her kitten.
In the new era of quarantine haircuts and dressing nicely only from the waist up for virtual meetings, there is another growing trend.
David has been financially supporting the same OMF couple for over 24 years; for him this is a lifetime commitment.
Jack Largent is now in the presence of his Heavenly Father whom he served so faithfully and loved so deeply. This is a part of his story and how God used Jack, and his wife, Darlene to bring the hope of the gospel to East Asia.
Beyond the politics and the layers of environmentalism that few can agree on, creation care promises something more. It offers a representation of the power of God’s transforming touch. Waste management shows us how creation care brings restoration to what is broken and discarded.
In Mongolia, coal is the main source of fuel for many people. Because Ulaanbaatar is one of the most polluted capitals in the world, the government has recently placed a ban on burning coal. This creates immense challenges for 28% of the population who live below the poverty line.
“By his power God raised the Lord from the dead, and he will raise us also,” (1 Corinthians 6:14).