Setting Captives Free - Isaiah 61:1-4

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Featured at The Huffington Post!

June 20, 2014 | by: Clarissa Sidhom | 1 Comments

We're so excited that The Huffington Post featured our ministry in “How Faith-Based Groups Are Doing Good in the World”! ... Keep Reading

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Awareness

Something More Than Bread (or Rice)

June 18, 2014 | by: Kim Kargbo | 1 Comments

Once people figure out we’re not going to be their daily rice and sauce, many leave. But some - those the Father has chosen - have seen something more. They stick around, listening for words of life - seeking a new life, not a new meal - and perceiving that it is here that that new life might be found.... Keep Reading

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Spiritual Lessons

Fatmata's Story

June 11, 2014 | by: Kelsey Martin | 0 Comments

Fatmata has suffered from a painful, chronic ulcer that for about 14 years of her. She had been to numerous doctors and heard many opinions, but no one really knew why her wound would not heal. After much prayer and medical professionals working to gather on both sides of the ocean, we believe to have discovered the proper treatment for Fatmata. Will you join with us over the next five weeks and pray for her healing?... Keep Reading

Fasting from Fasting this Lent

April 19, 2014 | by: Kelsey Martin | 0 Comments

As many of us break from fasting during the Lenten season and we look to the empty tomb, let us examine Isaiah's exhortation to true fasting. What would it look like to live a lifestyle of true fasting?... Keep Reading

Worship, Prayer, and Doing Good

January 5, 2014 | by: Guest | 0 Comments

See how one singer/song-writer has used her gifts and her worship to impact the lives of women in Africa.... Keep Reading

Why does it matter?

December 18, 2013 | by: Hannah Rivers | 0 Comments

What does the Bible have to say about our role among those with disabilities? What is your experience? Read a little about one woman's journey into caring about those with disability.... Keep Reading

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Disability

"He is my all in all."

November 18, 2013 | by: Kelsey Martin | 1 Comments

Auntie Hawa is a Women of Hope participant involved in the Fair Trade Initiative and serves on the Board of Directors in Sierra Leone. Hawa is passionate about the ministry of Women of Hope and the transformative power of Christ. She became blind as a young girl, and uses her disability and present sufferings to point others to the faithfulness of God in all circumstances. ... Keep Reading

Kingdom Seeking vs. Development

November 6, 2013 | by: Kim Kargbo | 0 Comments

How does the Scripture address and inform our practice of development? With so many needs, how does one determine the most important?... Keep Reading

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Development

Marion's Story

November 6, 2013 | by: Terry Dalrymple | 1 Comments

Marion was the only one in her village with polio and so she thought she wasn't human. Her parents told her she would never amount to anything and eventually she believed what they told her about herself. Hear Marion's testimony about how she found dignity and purpose and has become a conduit of hope for others in her community.... Keep Reading

The New Reformation

November 6, 2013 | by: Kim Kargbo | 5 Comments

On this 496th anniversary of the Reformation, another global action silently took place in Memphis, TN. Leaders in Scripture translation, use and distribution gathered to discuss how they could partner together to make God's Living Truth available and accessible to the masses - through digital media. The decisions influenced yesterday hold the key to a seismic shift in the global church.... Keep Reading

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