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Sports Friends VIDEO: Daniel the Shoemaker

At one sports camp in Nigeria, young people had the opportunity to learn vocational skills — such as shoemaking! Daniel’s time at camp not only showed him Christ’s love, but also launched his career as a shoemaker in Jos, Nigeria.

SIM Doro Clinic team

The diverse team at SIM Doro Clinic serve more than 150,000 people from many different tribes within the local village and refugee camps. In this video the clinic manager talks us through a whistlestop tour of the clinic.

Ingessana people discover the truth about Jesus

The truth could not be hidden from the Ingessana people, as many are turning to Jesus Christ as their saviour, even amidst extreme hardship.

Courageous mission

Despite incredible risks, Michael has been committed to these people who have never heard the gospel.

Going where there is no gospel in Asia

Julie* is part of a small team hoping to bring the word of God and maybe, one day, the first church among a Central Asian minority.

The nine year secondary education

Four years. That is how long it should have taken. But nine years after starting at Sudan Interior Church (SIC) School, the first students have finally graduated from their secondary school education.

Music academy develops talent, preserves Nigerian church music

Martha Bradford had no intention of teaching music in Nigeria. But today she is running a music academy and helping to preserve Nigerian church music.

New ELWA Hospital launches a new era for Liberian healthcare

Nearly 2.7 million people have flowed through the hospital since 1965, receiving quality care in a country with one of the lowest doctor-patient ratios in the world.

Hope on the hard streets

Mimi's father died when she was only 10 years old and her family was left without anyone to provide for their them.

Filling empty spaces

When Jyoti was first diagnosed with HIV, she was already pregnant with her daughter. The government hospital referred her to Shalom, whose workers offer the love of Christ, care, counselling, support and community.

An audience of 150,000 and growing

For gifted evangelists such as Getachew, the movement of 16 different Sudanese tribes from hard to reach areas into a single refugee area presents a wonderful opportunity. It's an opportunity to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with many more people.

A jar of oil and a handful of flour

Today in Africa there are many churches – even small ones – that are sending or taking steps towards sending missionaries. A giving church is obeying God’s commandment to take the gospel to the ends of the earth. But what if your church is not yet giving financially to mission?

Cultivating a generous spirit

Let us accept that the itinerary and ministry of Elisha described in II Kings 4:8-17 fits the profile of a 21ˢᵗ century missionary. The question then is: Whose responsibility is it to care for Elisha?

How can churches financially support their missionaries

Can we give like the man who called his church to move beyond their pocket money to give their land and possessions?

Story Archives

Sports Friends VIDEO: Daniel the Shoemaker

At one sports camp in Nigeria, young people had the opportunity to learn vocational skills — such as shoemaking! Daniel’s time at camp not only showed him Christ’s love, but also launched his career as a shoemaker in Jos, Nigeria.

SIM Doro Clinic team

The diverse team at SIM Doro Clinic serve more than 150,000 people from many different tribes within the local village and refugee camps. In this video the clinic manager talks us through a whistlestop tour of the clinic.

Ingessana people discover the truth about Jesus

The truth could not be hidden from the Ingessana people, as many are turning to Jesus Christ as their saviour, even amidst extreme hardship.

Courageous mission

Despite incredible risks, Michael has been committed to these people who have never heard the gospel.

Going where there is no gospel in Asia

Julie* is part of a small team hoping to bring the word of God and maybe, one day, the first church among a Central Asian minority.

The nine year secondary education

Four years. That is how long it should have taken. But nine years after starting at Sudan Interior Church (SIC) School, the first students have finally graduated from their secondary school education.

Music academy develops talent, preserves Nigerian church music

Martha Bradford had no intention of teaching music in Nigeria. But today she is running a music academy and helping to preserve Nigerian church music.

New ELWA Hospital launches a new era for Liberian healthcare

Nearly 2.7 million people have flowed through the hospital since 1965, receiving quality care in a country with one of the lowest doctor-patient ratios in the world.

Hope on the hard streets

Mimi's father died when she was only 10 years old and her family was left without anyone to provide for their them.

Filling empty spaces

When Jyoti was first diagnosed with HIV, she was already pregnant with her daughter. The government hospital referred her to Shalom, whose workers offer the love of Christ, care, counselling, support and community.

An audience of 150,000 and growing

For gifted evangelists such as Getachew, the movement of 16 different Sudanese tribes from hard to reach areas into a single refugee area presents a wonderful opportunity. It's an opportunity to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with many more people.

A jar of oil and a handful of flour

Today in Africa there are many churches – even small ones – that are sending or taking steps towards sending missionaries. A giving church is obeying God’s commandment to take the gospel to the ends of the earth. But what if your church is not yet giving financially to mission?

Cultivating a generous spirit

Let us accept that the itinerary and ministry of Elisha described in II Kings 4:8-17 fits the profile of a 21ˢᵗ century missionary. The question then is: Whose responsibility is it to care for Elisha?

How can churches financially support their missionaries

Can we give like the man who called his church to move beyond their pocket money to give their land and possessions?