In some parts of the world, people are bought and sold with little or no regard for their value. Surrounded by so much anguish, how can one person make a difference? Renée’s heart’s desire was to do just that—to use her life to serve others.
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Matthew 28:19 says we’re to “Go and make disciples of all nations.” Perhaps you want to share your faith but don’t know where to start. Craig shares how he took this command to heart and began working with a local mission in the Chicago area.
Brent and his wife stepped out in faith on a trip to the Soviet Union during the Cold War. They had no idea who would receive the copies of the Bible they secretly handed out, or that God would use their obedience in an unexpected way.
With each day that passes, it seems the borders between Iraq and surrounding countries intensify. Jesus overcomes the lines that divide our hearts. After escaping the Iraqi army . . .
Can one person make a difference? Working in the poverty-stricken country of Cambodia, Renée offers hope and healing to innocent children suffering from sexual abuse . . .
As a US soldier stationed in Korea during the war, Carl faced many battles. Perhaps his most important fight, however, was getting his Korean houseboy, Billy, to the safety of the United States. The journey of these two friends would later impact a nation. (Part 2 of 2)
Albert and Lilian were committed to telling others about Jesus Christ, even if it meant risking their lives. On this weekend’s Words To Live By, they’ll tell how God met their needs as they shared the gospel in the streets of Calcutta and abroad.