But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.
Love for the Least has not forgotten. E412 has not forgotten. Many Christians have not Forgotten.
In “Camp Sandy,” a camp for Yezidi IDPs, the Yezidi women in traditional dress sat in orderly rows, patiently waiting for medical care, despite the cold and wind. These women were very accustomed to waiting.
When friends in Christ come together to celebrate the Lord’s provision, to engage in Bible Study, joyous worship, testimonies and ministry planning, it is truly a golden hour, a time for blessing and a fresh impartation of the Holy Spirit...
Couples were eager to be joined in Holy Matrimony. Some had waited years, some just months, some even had great grandchildren. They had accepted the Bishop’s invitation to be married in the sight of God.
Bishop John Zau Li has a heart for evangelism. He is unfazed by persecution or tradition and wants to increase evangelism in his Myitkyina Diocese. His vision is for the Anglican Church in Kachin State of Myanmar to open its doors and hearts to all peoples in this northern-most region of the country.
By many means the Gospel is traveling in Nepal, the fastest area of Christian growth in the world. In major cities and on faraway mountain tops only reached by foot it is spreading through healings, friendship and diligent discipleship. Despite increased persecution, the Good News is going out ...
After Christmas, the hottest and driest time of the year in Uganda, the long school break affords a time to gather in vacant school yards and buildings. Believers began with a Jesus Parade...
The Anglican Church in Nepal has almost doubled since 2014. Currently Christianity is growing faster in Nepal than anywhere else in the world. Two horrific earthquakes offered a great opportunity for relief work. Often the church was the only entity that came to help amid the disaster. (more)
Both the nation and The Church of Uganda declared 2016 the Year of the Family, realizing the great needs of families. In August we returned to offer conferences in the Kalaki and Kaberamaido Archdeaconries in the Diocese of Soroti... read more
One of the most haunting and convicting things we have seen in the past few years has been the slaughter of Christians by ISIS. These martyrs were living in the ancient places of Christianity like Nineveh, just across the Tigris River from Mosul. We were convicted by their refusal to denounce Christ in the face of sure martyrdom...
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Every time we touch down in Uganda we feel that we are home. We have been going to Uganda for long periods over the past twelve years and have made many dear friends. We long to be there when we are away. This trip was especially touching, showing the progression of the Gospel, the godly development of leaders, emphasizing the bonds of friendship and the Lord’s blessing...
They surprised us. We heard the children singing and saw their sweet, welcoming faces as we climbed the slate steps up the mountainside. But we were unprepared for the greeting of Pastor Sher Tamang and his parishioners. They placed white stoles and beautiful leis of flowers around our necks as they sang.
Two days of bone jarring travel over frightening roads, through gorgeous scenery, always feeling that we might be propelled over the edge, ... Read more