Women on Mission

Missionary Spotlight Update: Ken and Kathy Woods

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If you were to ask Ken Woods what he believes is the most important aspect of keeping one’s faith strong on the missions field, he would have one answer for you—stay connected to God through His Word.

Prayer: The Most Powerful Tool to Reach Unreached People Anywhere

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“Prayer is the most powerful form of social action because God responds directly to prayer. Prayer is the most powerful part of mission to unreached peoples, because God does what only He can do.

Bringing Living Water to a Desert Wasteland

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An enormous desert where Pakistan, Iran, and Afghanistan meet is home to the Baloch, a Muslim people group.

Igniting Faith, Community, and Mission in Illinois

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“Our vision is to see the community radically transformed by the love of Jesus Christ, and our mission is to ignite faith, community, and mission in the hearts of broken people like us,” said Levi Hart, lead pastor of Ignite Church, in Br

Share Cold Water in His Name

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Summertime makes us all grateful for the amazing, refreshing invention called air-conditioning. When yard and garden chores require us to be outside, most of us opt to get up early and get outdoors before the sun makes temperatures unbearable.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Jamie Thompson

As you read about Jamie Thompson and his ministry in Garfield Park, a community in Chicago, you probably had some questions about the logistics of this ministry.

Partner with Me: Take me. Show me. Let me do missions with you.

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Think back a moment. Where were you when you first fell in love with missions? Who were you with? What were you doing? Was your first missions experience frightful or fulfilling? Think. What do you wish had been different? What do you know now that you wish you had known then?

Be Strong: A VBS/Sports Camp for the Children around the Corner

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Have you ever thought, “Those children at the apartment complex (or mobile home park or migrant camp) really need to learn about God’s love”? If you’ve been unsuccessful in getting the children to come to your church, then you could go to them.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Mike Rhodes*

Hmong woman

“My entire team is made up [of] Hmong refugees,” said Mike Rhodes*, a church planter with his wife and 4 children in East Asia. All the people on his team left Laos as children. They lived in a refugee camp in Thailand. Later, they settled and received their education in the United States.

Refugees Are Here: What Now?

You hear the news—refugees are being sent to your city. Hardly any time passes and it happens. “They” are really here. “They” start appearing in the grocery store, lining up to enroll their children in school, and sitting in the doctor’s waiting room with you.

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