John Bailey and Mark Renfroe discuss how to find a good mentor and the qualities needed to be a good mentor to others.
One woman’s tragic loss has been met by the heavenly Father who provides and yet also meets us in our grief.
“Malawi continues to face a severe epidemic,” USAID noted, “There are an estimated 1.1 million Malawians living with HIV and over 771,000 orphaned children, many due to AIDS.” While medical measures have increasingly helped stem the spread of HIV and better the lives of those already living with it, countless families have already been severely impacted by the disease.
This week, Mark Renfroe and John Bailey use their experience as missionaries to explore the differences between short- and long-term missions.
Today, we are used to having the freedom to choose what we want to do in college. Sometimes we fail, but we have a second chance to do things better. Most importantly, we can follow our dreams.
For many people in Albania during Communism, however, none of these things were true. The lack of this freedom directed the course of their life. For some, this reality could feel crushing; but our hope is in God, who sees the desires of our hearts and fulfills them in his perfect time.
God saved a man while he was in jail for a heartbreaking crime, and the Lord is rebuilding his life now from the ground up.
In Paul’s letter to Titus, he strongly urged this church leader, “Show yourself in all respects to be a model of good works, and in your teaching show integrity, dignity, and sound speech that cannot be condemned, so that an opponent may be put to shame, having nothing evil to say about us” (Titus 2:7-8, ESV).
This week on the Press On podcast, Keith Holloway investigates the covenant of holiness between God and his people.
This week on the Gary Wilkerson Podcast we talk about the ways that God is using World Challenge and its partners to make disciples all around the world.