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Camps, Block Parties, and Patience: Chris Flora Uses All to Plant a Church in Calgary

Chris Flora and boy at camp

What does it take to plant a church in Calgary, Alberta? Pastor Chris Flora knows much is involved but patience is near the top of the list.

Receive God’s Gift of Grace

the word grace printed on clothespin clipped cards

“Brothers and sisters, the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your spirit” (Gal. 6:18).

Keep Yourself from Idols and Keep God on the Throne of Your Heart

devotees bid adieu to Ganesh at the end of the festival

The sound of the drums was overwhelming as I pulled up to the street next to my apartment. My neighbors and many others were gathered on the street to celebrate the end of the Ganesh (guh-NAYSH) festival.

PWPL brings joy through partnership

PWPL well in Uganda

I was sitting on the ground in Uganda with several children, laughing and playing, when I noticed a group of older children carrying water they had collected from an open, dirty stream.

Discovering God through Serving Others

Serve Others graphic with flower

In Paul’s exhortation to the Ephesian leaders, he proclaimed, “In every way I’ve shown you that by laboring like this, it is necessary to help the weak and to keep in mind the words of the Lord Jesus, for He said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive’” (Acts 20:35 HCSB).

Pray for Missionary Families as You Pray for Your Family

silhouette of a family of six

Families around the globe have a lot of similarities. As you pray for your family members and situations, take a moment to pray for missionary families because they are experiencing the same things: meal preparation, laundry, schooling, illness, discipline, and sharing the good news.

Pursue God in Worship

teen and preteen girls preparing for worship at missions camp

My wife, Pam, and I have the incredible privilege of enjoying a variety of worship settings throughout the country in our roles as national correspondents for national WMU.

Be Transformed by His Presence as You Worship

young woman in a worship service

My heart was heavy as I sat down in my chair. The weekend occurrences filled my mind, and my thoughts swirled with conversations, hurt, and questions of “where do we go from here?” Walking into the church building that morning, I faked my smiles and hellos.

Looking after Widows

lonely senior woman at home alone

Sue* knew her husband was dying. She had cared for him for months. She and her husband were both believers in the Lord Jesus, strong in their faith, and witnesses to all in his final days. They had discussed death and the arrangements for his funeral.

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