Sean McDowell joins Gary Wilkerson and Evan Wilkerson to discuss the issues facing today’s youth.
God introduced himself into one young girl’s life, and now as she becomes a young adult, she’s seeing how the road he’s set her on is a unique blessing.
Juli grew up in Iba village, near Albania’s capital Tirana. She was introduced to church and a children’s club run by World Challenge’s partner as a little girl. A very shy and reserved child, she still came every week with a friend.
Community leaders in Haiti are reaching out to the younger generation to help them see a different future to which God is calling them.
CEO of the Global Fund for Women, Musimbi Kanyoro, spoke in a TED talk about the Maragoli concept of “isirika,” which is a mutual responsibility to care for one another.
Evan Wilkerson joins Gary Wilkerson to discuss how God has called him to train up a generation ready to take a stand for God.
Church leaders in Brazil are looking for ways to build up children and teenagers as vital ministry workers.
The ministry of Jacob’s Well extends throughout northern Brazil, sharing the gospel alongside helping people get access to the clean water but also teaching them new agricultural practices, hygiene lessons and other community skills.
Reading lessons are one of their programs, meant to combat the high levels of illiteracy in Brazil’s rural areas.
Now one of MOG’s leaders and World Challenge’s potential partners, one young lady looks back on how God made himself real to her.
I was born in Mexico. When I was five, my parents divorced. My father had put us in a situation where my mom was frightened for our safety.
While many younger people are fleeing the Balkans, God is calling one World Challenge scholarship student and others like him back to their homeland.
I come from east Macedonia, and I was raised up in a Christian family. All of my life, I’ve known who God is. I was baptized in the Holy Spirit when I was eleven and then baptized in water when I was fifteen.
With a World Challenge scholarship, a Karen refugee is pursuing God’s calling into the unknown.
I was born in Burma, but I’m not Burmese. I’m of the Karen. Really, my story begins long before I was born.
Adoniram Judson was the reason my family was Christian long before they came to the United States.
In the darkest hour, God’s whisper saved one young man’s life and put him on a path to ministry.
Three years ago, a few friends and I decided to start a Bible study and call it Move of God, or MOG. We wanted it to be an invitation for others to get to know God.
I expected it to only be us at the beginning. I mean, after all, a lot of kids at my school knew me and knew who I’d been before I came to Christ.