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Prayer: A Different Question to Consider for Leadership

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“Lord, I confess my prayer life doesn’t feel very mature,” I prayed. It wasn’t as if I lacked things to pray about or occasions to praise God. In that season, a genuine desire for increased spiritual maturity prompted me to evaluate my private prayer life.

Faithful Prayers to a Faithful God

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I sat in my mission pastor’s office days before I was scheduled to get on a plane and move thousands of miles away to South Asia, and what did I do? I cried.

From the Bean Field to the Missions Field

Opening my Missions Mosaic magazine for September 2018, I was anxious to read and learn the wonderful things God is accomplishing through our missionaries both in America and faraway lands.

Working with Refugees, Stage 1 Continued: Build Trust

Faith-based work with refugees is grounded in prayer and direction from God. Moving into ministry to refugees includes an awareness of many different aspects of culture, correct assessment of their needs, and the willingness to forge solid relationships.

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Plan a Day of Prayer for Unreached People

an unreached people group in the southern Philippines

I was recently taking stock of my prayer life, and I became convicted it was an area I needed to grow in. As a child of God, it is a privilege to know the heart of God through prayer.

Canadian Church Plant Grows from a Family Room to 6 Acres

baptism at The Gathering

From a family room to a golf course, a warehouse, and now a former Knights of Columbus building, The Gathering has outgrown every space it’s occupied.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Cameron and Jessica Armstrong

Armstrong family

In 2011, Jessica and Cameron Armstrong married and pursued their calling from God to Bucharest, Romania. The couple struggled to make friends until their daughter, Sara, was born in 2016.

Working with Refugees, Stage 1: Get to Know Them

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Prayer must enwrap any program for faith-based work with refugees. God must be the One who gives the vision so steadfastness occurs when days are long, times are hard, and refugee stories are painful to hear.

Open Up Your Heart, Home, and Table to the Invisible

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There are those in our communities who are known by everyone—the politician, the athlete, the favorite teacher, etc. Then, there are those in every community who are often overlooked and invisible to most. Who is it in your community? The single mother struggling to raise 3 kids on her own?

Serving in Ghana, Where God Is Faithful

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For the past 2 years, the West African country of Ghana has been home to International Mission Board missionaries Alan and Beth Locke. The previous 18 years, they had called South Africa home.

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