Adults

Embrace orphans and other vulnerable children

As we focus on the call to embrace orphans, the reality is that most vulnerable children served today by caring Christians throughout the United States are not technically orphans.

Transition to the Bible Study

July Meeting Plan

(See Missions Mosaic, page 26.)

CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST: ADULTS

Through Christmas in August you can directly help a North American missionary with items needed for ministry and outreach.

Pursue God’s call to love and serve refugees in our midst

For most of us, the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting self-isolation, social distancing and economic turmoil are among the most unsettling challenges we have experienced in our lifetimes. As overwhelming as those issues have been amid the relative safety and comfort of familiar surrounding

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Learning from Mature Believers Makes Spiritual Impact

When it comes to learning from mature believers in Christ, outstanding examples of that discipline are found at Christian Women’s Job Corps and Christian Men’s Job Corps ministry sites throughout the nation and internationally.

Choose To Be Your Best

Those of you who know me well, know that I am a hugger. COVID-19 is trying to change that for me so I did a little study on physical touch. I learned physical touch is known to improve the function of your immune system as well as reduce some diseases. See . . .

Grupo Acteens en Texas se mantiene en misión durante los desafíos de la distancia social

GARLAND, Texas. El discipulado misionero es personal para Mary Lou Sinclair y su grupo de Acteens (Adolescentes en Acción), aun durante una pandemia.

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How to Disciple New Believers in Missions

two women serving together

Have you ever wondered how early is too early to bring a new Christian with you when you do missions? First of all, your concerns and questions are normal. Will she understand? How much should I let her take on? What kind of mission trip or experience is appropriate for her first one?

An Air Force Chaplain’s Unique Approach to Discipleship

Ron and Marsha Harvell

The US Air Force’s deputy chief of chaplains, Chaplain (Brig. Gen.) Ron Harvell, and his wife, Marsha, have been on mission for God in our nation’s capital since 2018.

Christian Worker Spotlight Update: Don and Mary Alan*

woman in a burka walking across Middle Eastern desert during sunset

Don and Mary Alan recently returned to the Middle East after having completed their stateside assignment. Be in prayer for them as they pick back up with meaningful relationships with nationals and encourage persecuted brothers and sisters.

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