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By Lucie Nzayisenga on May 22 2015

For Lucie Nzayisenga's family, going through the Rwanda genocide in 1994 challenged their limited understanding of faith and the church. A pastor opened her eyes to her need for a personal relationship with Christ.

By Gina Grate Pottenger on May 20 2015

In the darkness, the man put a knife to Elysee’s face and began to question him. “I started praying within my heart. I told him, ‘Wait a minute, can’t you listen to the voice of my father calling me by name?'"

By Howard Culbertson on May 14 2015

When groups such as churches distort or drift away from their original mission, they often wither and die.

By Gina Grate Pottenger on May 13 2015

In one Middle East country, a pastor and his church members dare the dangers of a refugee camp to bring the love and hope of Jesus to Syrian refugees.

By Dorli Gschwandtner on May 5 2015

What sort of misery had induced her to enter this shameful profession? What dreams had she buried because there was nothing left to keep them alive?

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"The voice of my father"

In the darkness, the man put a knife to Elysee’s face and began to question him. “I started praying within my heart. I told him, ‘Wait a minute, can’t you listen to the voice of my father calling me b...

Slogans that awakened the Church: The Church MUST send

When groups such as churches distort or drift away from their original mission, they often wither and die.

‘No puedo dejar de ir allí’

En un país de Oriente Medio, un pastor junto con los miembros de su iglesia se enfrenta a los peligros de un campamento de refugiados para llevar el amor y la esperanza de Jesús a refugiados sirios.

'I can't stop going there'

In one Middle East country, a pastor and his church members dare the dangers of a refugee camp to bring the love and hope of Jesus to Syrian refugees

A family restored in Nepal

“I felt a white, invisible thing was touching me. And they prayed for me and I feel better. The illness is gone completely."