In this edition of Around the World, partners are helping spread the Gospel and life-saving health practices in Congo, evangelism efforts to thousands in the Ukraine has seen amazing responses, and new ground is being broken in Kyrgyzstan. The hope of Jesus is reaching lives worldwide!
Out of respect for the many families and individuals who observed Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day on October 15th, we want to acknowledge the grief and long journey of parents who have had a little one pass away. As parents labor through grief and heavy questions toward trust in God, they should know that they’re not alone.
Too many options is leading to too many bad decisions in people’s lives; God is calling us to be faithful under his one ultimate authority.
In this edition of Around the World, we're taking a look at the incredible work our partners are doing across the globe to help widows in the Ukraine, a man find freedom from drugs is Eswatini, and refugees stranded in Turkey.
When life’s routine troubles and tragedies hit, they can subtly unhinge and shear apart some believers’ bones of belief, but what makes some more fragile than others?
All around the world, World Challenge partners are serving and ministering to those in need.
A massive explosion rocked Beirut on August 4, 2020, leveling homes and businesses. The explosion in Lebanon’s capital was devastating, but now our partners there are seeing how opportunities are opening up to serve their community.
We call the Christian life a ‘walk’. But, why? Our life in this present world can feel as though we are wandering through the wilderness on foot like the children of Israel. But, what if the walk itself was God’s means to still our hearts to hear him? Our failings and missteps can be the very thing that causes us to hear his wooing and act on his direction.
In our latest installment of Around the World, World Challenge gives you a look inside the missions work taking place across the earth.
Complete powerlessness is one of the worst, most traumatizing human experiences. Could our recovery rest in the knowledge of God’s love for us?
God has graciously provided homes, food and care for many widows and the forgotten through our partners' faithful prayers and giving. We would love to introduce you to three of them.