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By Engage magazine on Aug 1 2015

As physical therapists, Nick and Laurie Kietzman-Greer are volunteer missionaries in the Dominican Republic, where God is using them to serve people through their gifts and skills in healing.

By Nepal JESUS Film team on Jul 29 2015

A JESUS Film team in Nepal is visiting a new area to share the gospel, when they encounter a father desperate to get his sick child to the hospital.

By Howard Culbertson on Jul 27 2015

When we join God in His mission to the world, we best represent Him when we allow Him to shape in us His attributes. One attribute of Jesus on His mission to the world is compassion.

By Jonathan Phillips on Jul 23 2015

What happens when theological books are mistranslated into other languages? How do people develop spiritually in healthy ways when they're learning wrong things about God?

By Carol Anne Eby on Jul 20 2015

Rest Stop ministries in Nashville finally has its property and will open in August as a peaceful shelter with a two-year residential program for survivors of human trafficking.

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Missionary profile: Nick and Laurie Kietzman-Greer

As physical therapists, Nick and Laurie Kietzman-Greer are volunteer missionaries in the Dominican Republic, where God is using them to serve people through their gifts and skills in healing.

Nepali JESUS Film team encounters desperate father

A JESUS Film team in Nepal is visiting a new area to share the gospel, when they encounter a father desperate to get his sick child to the hospital.

Reflecting Christ: Compassion

When we join God in His mission to the world, we best represent Him when we allow Him to shape in us His attributes. One attribute of Jesus on His mission to the world is compassion.

“Do not let the world squeeze you into its fungus”

What happens when theological books are mistranslated into other languages? How do people develop spiritually in healthy ways when they're learning wrong things about God?

From tragedy to triumph: Shelter opens for survivors of human trafficking

Rest Stop ministries in Nashville finally has its property and will open in August as a peaceful shelter with a two-year residential program for survivors of human trafficking.