missions

Justice

Given, Part 1
A Journey Into Orphan Work

by Annie Wesche

A Heart GrippedI simply couldn’t process the horror of it.


Justice

Given, Part 2
A Journey Into Orphan Work

by Annie Wesche

A Brief RecapIn the first installment of this article, I shared how the Lord awakened my heart to the plight of vulnerable children worldwide and began my journey into orphan work.  He gently opened my young, 12-year-old eyes to behold the devastating realities of children who had been orphaned, abandoned, and abused.


Serving

Going to Jail - A God-Given Compassion

by Jess White

“Gulp! Did I really sign up for this!” I thought nervously as I walked through the white-washed halls of the county jail.


Biographies

Gladys Aylward
The Power of Childlike Faith

by Leslie Ludy

God’s dreamers are always impractical — but in the end, some of their dreams come true.-Amy CarmichaelAbout seven years ago God gave my husband, Eric, and I the nudge to start a discipleship training college. But the idea was completely impractical.


Motherhood

Preparing Our Kids for Real Christianity
Dreaming God’s Dreams For Our Children

by Leslie Ludy

Not long ago, Hudson felt God speak to him about his future. He learned about the many needs in the country of Cambodia and feels called to be a missionary there someday. Already, he’s begun to prepare to live overseas, even though he’s only nine.


The Gospel

Sharing the Gospel in Everyday Life

by the setapartgirl Team

What comes to your mind when you hear the words, “sharing the Gospel”? Some may think of it as approaching someone with a checklist of “Yes or No” questions about Jesus and the Bible, and praying a prayer to “ask Jesus into your heart.” But it isn’t that simple. There is so much more to the Gospel than this!