This week’s roundup of world missions news features stories about international students, christian schools in east africa, refugees, tonal language learning, portland oregon, Behnam Irani, and bible printing.
As we approach what probably is the most unique election some of us have ever faced, I have some thoughts on the current political climate that are a little bit broader than whether we should vote for one candidate or another. I’m somewhat hesitant to share them because I’m generally not consumed with politics and […]
This article at ChristianityToday.com provides an interesting window into a branch of Christianity that is often unknown to evangelicals. The Western church responded in grief and solidarity when ISIS representatives beheaded 21 men on a beach in Libya several months ago. The victims were targeted for being “People of the Cross,” members of the Coptic […]
Henry was a “social leper” in our church – estranged and untouchable like the lepers of Israel. He came from a lifestyle that repelled most people. His opinion of himself had been devastated by his failures, so he struggled to find some sense of worth. He cried out for love with every action, every word, […]
Coming Home To A Father’s Love The story is told in Spain of a father and his teenage son who had a relationship that had become strained. So the son ran away from home. His father, however, began a journey in search of his rebellious son. Finally, in Madrid, in a last desperate effort to […]