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Her Eyes Fixed On A Prize

Her Eyes Fixed On A Prize

Her trip to Morocco was approaching. She didn’t know what to expect in Morocco or what purpose she could even find there. She felt drained and slightly foolish for having arranged a trip there. She began to pray through her hesitation and felt the Lord say to her again, ‘Go. I will show you my will.” Despite the uncertainty in her heart, she obeyed, packed her bags and got on her flight.

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A Road Trip to the Unreached

A Road Trip to the Unreached

Nicholas wanted to plan a cross-cultural experience for the group that he had led though the Xplore study. He believed that the next step for them should be to experience another culture, meet real people from an unreached people group, and see how they practiced a different religion.

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Understanding the “So That”

Understanding the “So That”

Like many people in ministry, Cathleen was very accustomed to discipling believers and helping them grow closer to God. She knew much about the how. After being mobilized, she began to learn about the why. As she learned how much of the task was yet to be completed, it created a sense of urgency in her heart. She realized that because of her service, someone might have the chance to hear the gospel for the very first time. She was introduced to the “so that.” 

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Learning from Experience

Learning from Experience

The dusty roads of Nepal were bustling with motorbikes dodging pedestrians, stray dogs, and deep potholes. Our group of ten Chinese friends wandered these streets, taking in the new environment and culture. Small temples on every corner with small offerings of fruit and incense attracted locals doing their daily prayers as well as tourists snapping artsy photos. This place was a beautiful mix of multiple Asian cultures.

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How Modeling Hospitality Can Create Eternal Influence

How Modeling Hospitality Can Create Eternal Influence

When Rebekah decided on a whim to go to a church on the invitation of someone she had just met, she never thought her impact would reach to countries beyond Germany.
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A month off the plane, not even fully moved into an apartment yet, knowing only how to say “my name is” in German…how meaningful could meeting new people at an event in a city one barely knows? Well, more than you think.

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Unlikely faces: How young African women are reshaping cultural expectations for the sake of a greater calling

Unlikely faces: How young African women are reshaping cultural expectations for the sake of a greater calling

I first met Alice almost two years ago during my first visit to Kenya. We both were attending a missions conference and Alice sought me out during a tea break. I was struck by her kindness and tangible compassion.

We now sit across the table from one another on the terrace of the coffee shop. We make a point to visit almost every time she is in town. She has just arrived via matatu (Kenya’s infamous public buses) and we are simply delighted to be together. I must confess I was all but falling out of my seat with the excitement of interviewing her.

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