When Onotu lost her husband she was in despair about how to care for her children. With no one to earn money for the family she couldn’t see how she could keep her children at school. Then she had an idea...
A Mon migrant worker – Maung – gave his life to Jesus two years ago. Maung testified to us that he was a drunkard, a smoker and living a loose lifestyle, but after he accepted Jesus Christ, God thoroughly changed his life and he became a new person...
Pastor Watungwa leads the churches in Zimbabwe’s Msipani circuit.
I was reading Luke’s words in Acts 1:8 – the assurance from Jesus that the Spirit would give the Apostles power for mission – Jerusalem – Judea – Samaria – to the ends of the earth. An all-encompassing space for mission.
My recent trip to Australia was filled with rich and blessed times of reunion, reengagement and opportunities to meet with a number of supporters, as well as sharing about the work of Bright Solutions with new faces.
When it was confirmed I would be travelling to Ambae, Vanuatu, with Global Mission Partners, visiting communities affected by a still active volcano, I thought I might need some courage.
Students at Yamen Bible College in Papua New Guinea (PNG) learn to read the Bible in their own language, and train for ministry in local churches.
Mission is a people centred activity. We may focus our attention on our local setting, or somewhere further away or even somewhere farther away still. It is people and their situations that shape and sharpen our sense of mission.
Vietnam was a mystery to me until I travelled there with John Gilmore and Mark Stevens last November. Mark and I are GMP Board members, and we were travelling with John as he visited the areas in Vietnam partnering with GMP.
Menpoi Mru travels 15km to spend time with 120 members of a local village in Bangladesh, he asks them, “What is salvation, eternal life and death?” ...