Elizabeth Abraham — or Elsa, as she is usually known — has lived in the Lone Star State of Texas for most of her life, where she works as a physician assistant. From teaching preschoolers at Sunday school and mentoring younger sisters in Christ to conversing with co-workers and caring for elderly nursing home patients, her desire is to know the Lord and make Him known.
Missionary kid Julia Samuel on growing up in four different countries, and watching her parents tackle spiritism in one of the world’s poorest countries
Missionary to Tanzania Luke Johnson on having doubts about salvation, ministering among prosperity gospel adherents, and parenting kids on the mission field
John Kinlaw on learning to minister to a Tanzanian community in deep poverty, while navigating cross-cultural differences and false teachings
Missionary to Zambia Jill Avery on the numerous ways God has been moulding her — as much as those she ministers to — on the mission field
Missionary to Jamaica, Melinda Dilione on how the Lord has been teaching them to be patient with those they pastor — and lean on Him in every aspect of life
A visit to a secluded graveyard is an unlikely place to find encouragement. And yet, the testimonies of those who went on before us have much to say today
Phebe Muppidi on looking back and seeing God ‘connect the dots’ in her life, and how Telangana became both mission field and home
TCK Angela Loudon on struggling with the ‘big’ questions about the truth of Christianity — and what drives her to serve the Lord in Colombia today
Missionary to Angola Joel Griffin on serving in one of the poorest places on the planet and how God's promises are balm to the soul in times of loneliness
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