Will of God

By Tanya Van Horne

The first time I moved overseas, I arrived without my luggage. Somehow the ticket agent forgot to ask me if I had luggage to check and I was so nervous saying goodbye to my family and friends,...

By Lynn Kincaid, Austin Berger and Trever Risinger; edited by Lindsay Olesberg

Download StudyDownload All StudiesFor the leader: What’s the Core Message? We may be tempted to avoid Jesus so that we don’t have to face part of ourselves or our past. We fear Jesus will be...

By Lynn Kincaid, Austin Berger and Trever Risinger; edited by Lindsay Olesberg

Download StudyDownload All StudiesFor the leader: What’s the Core Message? Everyone has a different attitude toward wealth than Jesus does. Encountering Jesus around this topic is confusing for...

Sue asked: My son just finished his freshman year in college. Over Christmas break he went to a Christian conference and came back to tell us God had told him to go to Thailand to minister to...

By Paul Borthwick

There is a you-shaped hole in God’s global mission. God has prepared good things specifically for you to do. Yet even if you already agree with those statements, determining the will of God...

By Paul Borthwick

God has a place for you in his global mission. It’s waiting for you, not because God needs you, but because he wants to give you the privilege of joining in the work he’s doing. As you consider...

By Kurt Bullis

Molly and Abraham are not their real names. Their names have been changed to protect the work they are doing with Muslims in the Detroit area. But this work is not what they initially set out to do.

By Jack Voelkel

Andrew asked: Hello Jack, Next summer I will be heading on an internship for 3 months to the DRC. I am very excited for this opportunity for the time itself and also that I believe it will help...

By Paul Borthwick and Kurt Bullis

We do not make financial decisions in a vacuum. Instead, the way we interact with our resources has profound effects on our own hearts and on our brothers and sisters throughout the world. If...

By H. Michelle Kao

Today, I woke up in a slum in Bangkok and I thought, “What? How did I get here?” It's not a new question; I’ve been asking it for the last four years. I’m an ordinary person. I’m a sensible person.

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