Always Doing Good
Astou was quieter than usual in ESL classes. She waited until the other ladies left for the evening to talk with her teacher.
A Resting Place
Awa, a West African refugee, found herself alone in the United States. Recently divorced and without any family support, she was homeless and desperate. She described how she felt that God was distant and malevolent. She was searching for hope and answers in all sorts of places without much success. My friend, Fatou, a believer from West […]
Forgiveness and Sacrifice
I arrived at ESL classes on Ash Wednesday with ashes on my forehead. What would the students think, I wondered?
Project Profile: Tabitha Fund
This is an amazing time in history: Our King of Kings hasn’t returned yet, and we get to be His ambassadors among unreached people who are more accessible than ever.