God is transforming lives in mission and we would like to share these stories of transformation with you. Read about God's work in the stories from our missionaries and short term mission teams.
I try really hard to be a go-with-the-flow kind of a person. I’d like to be someone that rolls with the punches. I think life would be a lot easier for me if I could get the hang of that.
Read more: Interruptions or Opportunities?
“My father was a harsh man,” Kalaam told us at a recent conference in Central Asia. “Everyone in our community saw him as a leader and a devout Muslim, but at home he yelled at me a lot.”
Read more: Kalaam Sees God Smile
In the part of Central Asia where we live, we are surrounded by huge deserts and dry mountain ranges, so the dust is pervasive.
Read more: We Need Rain
Recently, we tried something new. We took a group of almost twenty youth to a nearby park where we spent an afternoon getting to know each other, sharing a meal together, doing team-building activities on a ropes course and asking each other open-ended questions about faith and life.
Read more: The Feast
Several months ago when we made the decision to stay in Northern Thailand and join the team in Chiang Mai, one of the things on my heart was to have a couple of Thai women that I could befriend and connect with on a regular basis.
Read more: Praying for Ying
It’s a place known for drugs, violence, and broken families. People go there to run away from their problems, but their problems seem to follow them.
Read more: The End of the Road
For the past several years, I’ve lived in a very remote part of the world where I’ve been a part of a small team that has been focused on learning one of the unwritten languages of a people group in our region. During this time, I have often dreamed about visiting a certain place on the map which is only accessible by foot and is home to a people group that has never heard the Gospel.
Read more: Finding My Focus
Several months ago, a short-term team came to Thailand for two weeks and helped run a one-week English camp. A young girl named Kao attended that camp. Afterward, she began coming to church with us. Several weeks later, she asked if I would help her prepare for an English speech competition. Gladly, I agreed.
Read more: Kao and Si, Sisters in Christ
Every year, we host a gathering for our workers across North Africa. It’s always a time of rich fellowship and support for leaders who are under-resourced and often isolated. Sometimes, however, some of the leaders are unable to attend because they can’t acquire travel visas.
Read more: Plan B