CINCINNATI — One thing Amer and Vicky Safadi know for sure – God has laid the path ahead of them everywhere they’ve gone.
DENVER (BP) – Brianna McKinney says Denver is often a very lonely place.
GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico — Itamar Elizalde pensó que había cometido un gran error. Cuando la Junta de Misiones Norteamericanas (NAMB) abrió por primera vez un banco de alimentos de emergencia durante la pandemia, aceptó poner su número de teléfono móvil personal como contacto.
ST. CATHARINES, Ont. – When Steven and Cindy Martins shared the gospel with the Alcazar family, it wasn’t long before the mother – Abril – responded and wanted to be baptized.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (BP) – Jared and Jennifer Huntley had been praying for someone to be the bridge to help them reach Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., the oldest active post in the Marine Corps. They just didn’t know his name yet.
GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico — Itamar Elizalde thought she’d made a big mistake. When the North American Mission Board (NAMB) first opened an emergency food bank during the pandemic, she agreed to list her personal mobile phone number as the contact.
ST. LOUIS (BP) – Michael Byrd went back to his old neighborhood to plant a church knowing ministry there would be challenging. So, when he met and befriended an unmarried couple who did not know Jesus, Byrd saw a Gospel opportunity.
SANGER, Calif. (BP) – Before the people at Set Free Church got involved in Bernice’s life, she didn’t have a bed. She also didn’t have chairs or much food at all. All she really had was a drug-addicted fiancé who wouldn’t let her visit the church, which was just across the street.
Jacob conoce a las personas sin hogar, a los drogadictos y a los miembros de las pandillas en la ciudad de Sanger. Él solía vivir entre ellos antes de ir a la cárcel, en donde conoció a Jesús.
Para Bobby y LaKeisha Williams su meta es sencilla. Desean satisfacer las profundas necesidades de Nueva Orleans a través del profundo amor de Cristo.