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From noodles to soccer balls

Aof had gone to church for many Sundays and had said many “Amens” to the prayers people had prayed for her – but nothing really worked until she challenged God herself.

High-impact connections: Reaching university students for Christ

Las universidades son lugares donde la fe de los cristianos es puesta a prueba. Necesitan ánimo para saber que no están solos como creyentes y que pueden compartir el Evangelio con sus compañeros de clase. Lea más sobre el impacto que el ministerio juvenil tiene en las universidades de Loja.

Encouraged and empowered: Helping women help themselves

Like most girls from her village, Khushboo grew up accepting the established gender roles.

No longer an orphan

Rachel is 17 years old, living in extreme poverty and raised by a single mother when her father died.

Jonny speaks up for Jesus in Bolivia

Our founding fathers' goal was to share the gospel in places it had never been heard; now many missionaries want to help believers build a lifelong relationship with Jesus.

Dickens is spared for a purpose in Kenya

As his home life turned sour, Dickens decided that the streets were a better option for him. In just eight months, his environment turned him from a soft-spoken boy to a hardened thief.

Against all odds

The road was blocked by a massive boulder, and there was no way around it; we would be walking the last one and a half kilometres. An hour late might still be considered “on time” in this culture, but we were now 90 minutes late.

Transforming lives in Peru

My husband, Paris, and I lead a sports ministry through our church called “Fire Eagles,” and when some boys invited him to come to Fire Eagles games, Adam came. But he didn’t believe in God, and he told us he didn’t want to.

Prangs freedom in the Holy Spirit

The spiritual world was always real for Prang. But it was the world of dark, evil spirits.

One sugar cube: The sweet taste of the gospel in Egypt

Evangelism in Egypt is complex, but the steady work of SIM partners is inviting.

Crossing barriers with coffee

A cup of coffee is so much more than a person's preferences of milk or sugar. Inviting a friend to share a cup of coffee is inviting someone to share life, the highs and the lows, and everything in between.

Mariamas cancer care comes with gospel hope in Niger

At Galmi, the aim is to heal the whole person, not just the body.

Building good relationships in a tough place

New relationships surprise an anonymous central Asia SIM worker.

Asha has the hope of dreams in south Asia

Asha grew up in an environment hostile to women in general, particularly to young girls, who were considered nothing more than a burden to the family. Until now.

Prisoners for Christ in Ethiopia: The rest of the story

Bill determined to visit Ethiopian church leaders in prison, pray for them and seek their release. They had been beaten, tortured and incarcerated for their faith. That is all that Bill remembered or heard of the story — until 32 years later.

Story Archives

From noodles to soccer balls

Aof had gone to church for many Sundays and had said many “Amens” to the prayers people had prayed for her – but nothing really worked until she challenged God herself.

High-impact connections: Reaching university students for Christ

Las universidades son lugares donde la fe de los cristianos es puesta a prueba. Necesitan ánimo para saber que no están solos como creyentes y que pueden compartir el Evangelio con sus compañeros de clase. Lea más sobre el impacto que el ministerio juvenil tiene en las universidades de Loja.

Encouraged and empowered: Helping women help themselves

Like most girls from her village, Khushboo grew up accepting the established gender roles.

No longer an orphan

Rachel is 17 years old, living in extreme poverty and raised by a single mother when her father died.

Jonny speaks up for Jesus in Bolivia

Our founding fathers' goal was to share the gospel in places it had never been heard; now many missionaries want to help believers build a lifelong relationship with Jesus.

Dickens is spared for a purpose in Kenya

As his home life turned sour, Dickens decided that the streets were a better option for him. In just eight months, his environment turned him from a soft-spoken boy to a hardened thief.

Against all odds

The road was blocked by a massive boulder, and there was no way around it; we would be walking the last one and a half kilometres. An hour late might still be considered “on time” in this culture, but we were now 90 minutes late.

Transforming lives in Peru

My husband, Paris, and I lead a sports ministry through our church called “Fire Eagles,” and when some boys invited him to come to Fire Eagles games, Adam came. But he didn’t believe in God, and he told us he didn’t want to.

Prangs freedom in the Holy Spirit

The spiritual world was always real for Prang. But it was the world of dark, evil spirits.

One sugar cube: The sweet taste of the gospel in Egypt

Evangelism in Egypt is complex, but the steady work of SIM partners is inviting.

Crossing barriers with coffee

A cup of coffee is so much more than a person's preferences of milk or sugar. Inviting a friend to share a cup of coffee is inviting someone to share life, the highs and the lows, and everything in between.

Mariamas cancer care comes with gospel hope in Niger

At Galmi, the aim is to heal the whole person, not just the body.

Building good relationships in a tough place

New relationships surprise an anonymous central Asia SIM worker.

Asha has the hope of dreams in south Asia

Asha grew up in an environment hostile to women in general, particularly to young girls, who were considered nothing more than a burden to the family. Until now.

Prisoners for Christ in Ethiopia: The rest of the story

Bill determined to visit Ethiopian church leaders in prison, pray for them and seek their release. They had been beaten, tortured and incarcerated for their faith. That is all that Bill remembered or heard of the story — until 32 years later.