“We work in very remote areas reaching the unreached and telling the untold. That’s our heartbeat.”
There is growing skepticism surrounding the traditional ways of doing church, both from within and outside the institution. Is there a hidden agenda behind proclaiming and presenting the gospel? Or is it truly an authentic expression of faith?
“We’re looking for ordinary Christians who do the extraordinary thing of bringing others to Jesus.”
“The poison of greed has smeared its diamonds with blood,”
“83-year-old in good health and just needs rest from a busy holiday week.”
“We need another Jesus Revolution and I believe we will see one in our lifetime.”
Bible Society targets 1.8 million migrant workers as well as foreign football fans.
“We need another Jesus Revolution, and I believe we will see one in our lifetime.”
Franklin Graham’s humanitarian work inspires northern Italy’s biggest evangelical festival.
Sow the seed of His Word into others when you have an opportunity, and believe that the ‘Lord of the harvest’ will do the rest.
Jesus doesn’t measure you by your past or your pedigree—but by your potential.
He offered her living water instead of dead religion.
Mother Teresa said, ‘We don’t have to be extraordinary in any way. I can do what you can’t do, you can do what I can’t do, and together we can do great things.’
If we throw away those who stumble, why would the world believe we wouldn’t do the same to them?
When someone is damaged, don’t damage them further. Love them, pray for them, and seek to restore them.
Dallas Willard writes, ‘How many people are… repelled… by Christians who are unfeeling, stiff, unapproachable, boringly lifeless, and dissatisfied? Yet such Christians are everywhere.’