If anyone deserves to have our attention and our interest, that person is Jesus. He is more than a hero. If we are to take up our cross and follow Him, we must understand what that means and must see what that looks like.
Conversations with dozens of boys and girls in Myanmar. They put a face to the suffering that many children endure every day as they live in the midst of an ethnic war and under military rule. Each child’s testimony speaks of survival of such hardships and rescue to a Christian children’s home.
Don Pedro’s warm and transparent friendship, modest lifestyle, and caring spirit still draw us closer to the sovereign Lord who, in His grace, blessed Colombia and regions beyond through this God-fearing giant from Quindio. A biography.
These first person narratives are compiled from conversations with dozens of boys and girls in India. Children bravely share their stories of being caste bound, trafficked, beggars, witnesses to murder, unwanted, and of suffering great loss.From their voices can be heard the desperate plea for someone to care, and if not for themselves, then for those even less fortunate whose voices have not been heard.
Champions of the Great Commission is a series of stories of One Mission Society missionaries and partners that have answered God’s call to fulfill the Great Commission—to go and make disciples of all nations.
More than a biography, this book is about a boy being determined to change his place in the world, and the miraculous reversals of misfortune. It’s about the prayers of a mother, the idiosyncrasies and love of a father, and the strength of a family.
After receiving several messages from God that she was destined to make this journey, a woman travels to Kenya, Africa, on a mission trip and spends much of the two weeks feeling lost and alone. One question keeps resonating through her head, “Why am I here?” Join me on my fascinating journey to Africa and back and learn how I discovered a God I never knew before.
For many years, no one spoke to me about my birth and adoption, and all I could find out was through some grapevine gossip. My life with all its unanswered questions has been blessed beyond measure, showing that God is in control of our lives. I still know nothing about my birth father, but I am certain I have a heavenly Father, Who has made me His child by faith in His Son, Jesus Christ, and has adopted me into His family with full rights of sonship.