Will of God

By Jacci Turner

Nobody likes to sit in a waiting room. We might not mind for a few minutes while we catch up on favorite magazines, but after that, we get antsy and impatient and start to think uncharitable...

By Heidi Muller

I don’t get restless. I settle in. So my plans to grow old in the ‘hood, and to always be easily located in the rocker on my front porch were unpleasantly upended when Todd’s restlessness began.

By Ted Draper

Some missionaries feel called to missions from a young age. Some feel the calling at college, through Perspectives, or at a missions conference like Urbana. My story is a little different....

By Hannah Weidman

For a couple of years now, I’ve been fascinated by the flight pattern of migrating birds. It amazes me how they are in tune with the change of seasons and know exactly when to begin their miles-long journey.

By Gordon T. Smith

The greatest threats to vocational thinking are three classical temptations, which essentially manifest themselves in some form of the temptations Jesus faced in the desert at the beginning of...

By Rick Richardson

I met Jan on the trolley in Amsterdam. I was making my daily trek to the Internet Café to connect with friends and family back at home. As I looked at the passing canals, my eyes came to rest...

By Jordan Kologe

Maybe fundraising is second nature for you, but fundraising can bring up a lot of insecurity for me. It has a way of transporting me back to feeling like an undersized middle-schooler—awkward...

By Jack Voelkel

Cody asked: Hi Jack! Thanks for answering all our questions. I have an opportunity to work with Syrian refugees for 6 - 12 months with a secular non-profit. God has given me a burden for...

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