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Ruth: A beacon for Jesus in Beirut school

An evangelical school in Lebanon is a lamp for the gospel in a country of many different faiths.

Evaluating risk and caring for missionaries

Risk is part of life, whether we stay home or become a missionary. And yet the parts of the world where Christ remains unknown are mostly the more dangerous ones.

What if God calls you to be an architect

Our professional callings are pre-ordained to be spheres of service to God.

Skills for worship

Are we made simply for our own enjoyment or for something greater? Are our skills only for sale, or are they for worship?

Peruvians learn about clean water and the Living Water

Life-threatening diseases are being tackled by a unique partnership between a water engineer, a dentist, a nurse and an evangelist in remote parts of Peru.

Loving the oppressor (and not only the oppressed)

The Bible talks about loving the oppressed – the widows and orphans, those who have suffered and have been treated unjustly. But what about loving the oppressors, the ones who have sinned against others? In Myanmar, the Bamar majority people are seen as oppressors and the perpetrators of some of the worst violations to human rights. These are the people Sandra and Tim want to share Jesus with.

Hindu World Prayer Guide: Reaching out through prayer

As many Hindus celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights, Christians will be praying that the True Light will be made known amongst them.

When women come together

During Lent, our community supports us as we experience the hard gifts of fasting. The community between Prabhouti, Pavitr, and Sambha - the ease with which they trusted and laughed with one another - almost made me jealous. Hearing their story makes me long to create the same sort of community around me.

God of the City: Church planting in Bangkok

Chris and Rawee are pastors at Grace Community Church (GCC) in Bangkok, and while the people gathering for Sunday service are obviously Christian, most Bangkokians are not, making church planting in the city a venture in reaching the least reached.

Kung fu Kwan

Kung fu master, Kwan, is living proof that almost any skill can be used in cross-cultural mission.

Go and preach: Kaisas call

Latinos para misiones globales! Lea acerca de un joven ecuatoriano impactado por Dios, ministrando a los estudiantes de su país de origen y preparándose para las misiones.

Pop-up clinic leads Liberians to the Lord

A temporary clinic in a suburb of Liberian capital Monrovia is bringing people to Christ in the most unexpected ways.

Gods plan for devastated Doro

Missionaries returned to the South Sudan settlement of Doro, just three months after the compound was destroyed by fighting between rival armed groups.

Oral Bible takes root in Quechua communities

Fortunata didn’t know what would happen in the remote Quechua village up the mountainside in Peru. Months before, she and her husband, a pastor in their hometown, felt a calling to this village. But then the threats started coming.

SIM returns to Northern Nigeria

As Boko Haram's influence declines, SIM is moving north again to reestablish clinics and schools with ECWA

Story Archives

Ruth: A beacon for Jesus in Beirut school

An evangelical school in Lebanon is a lamp for the gospel in a country of many different faiths.

Evaluating risk and caring for missionaries

Risk is part of life, whether we stay home or become a missionary. And yet the parts of the world where Christ remains unknown are mostly the more dangerous ones.

What if God calls you to be an architect

Our professional callings are pre-ordained to be spheres of service to God.

Skills for worship

Are we made simply for our own enjoyment or for something greater? Are our skills only for sale, or are they for worship?

Peruvians learn about clean water and the Living Water

Life-threatening diseases are being tackled by a unique partnership between a water engineer, a dentist, a nurse and an evangelist in remote parts of Peru.

Loving the oppressor (and not only the oppressed)

The Bible talks about loving the oppressed – the widows and orphans, those who have suffered and have been treated unjustly. But what about loving the oppressors, the ones who have sinned against others? In Myanmar, the Bamar majority people are seen as oppressors and the perpetrators of some of the worst violations to human rights. These are the people Sandra and Tim want to share Jesus with.

Hindu World Prayer Guide: Reaching out through prayer

As many Hindus celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights, Christians will be praying that the True Light will be made known amongst them.

When women come together

During Lent, our community supports us as we experience the hard gifts of fasting. The community between Prabhouti, Pavitr, and Sambha - the ease with which they trusted and laughed with one another - almost made me jealous. Hearing their story makes me long to create the same sort of community around me.

God of the City: Church planting in Bangkok

Chris and Rawee are pastors at Grace Community Church (GCC) in Bangkok, and while the people gathering for Sunday service are obviously Christian, most Bangkokians are not, making church planting in the city a venture in reaching the least reached.

Kung fu Kwan

Kung fu master, Kwan, is living proof that almost any skill can be used in cross-cultural mission.

Go and preach: Kaisas call

Latinos para misiones globales! Lea acerca de un joven ecuatoriano impactado por Dios, ministrando a los estudiantes de su país de origen y preparándose para las misiones.

Pop-up clinic leads Liberians to the Lord

A temporary clinic in a suburb of Liberian capital Monrovia is bringing people to Christ in the most unexpected ways.

Gods plan for devastated Doro

Missionaries returned to the South Sudan settlement of Doro, just three months after the compound was destroyed by fighting between rival armed groups.

Oral Bible takes root in Quechua communities

Fortunata didn’t know what would happen in the remote Quechua village up the mountainside in Peru. Months before, she and her husband, a pastor in their hometown, felt a calling to this village. But then the threats started coming.

SIM returns to Northern Nigeria

As Boko Haram's influence declines, SIM is moving north again to reestablish clinics and schools with ECWA