Become a Business Development Manager in London

Become a Business Development Manager in London

Serge’s team in Southall, London, UK is looking for a Business for Transformation, Development Manager. If you are interested, please fill out a Go Form. If you know someone who is interested, please send them our way (go@serge.org)!   Position Title:​ Business for Transformation (B4T) Development Manager Location: ​Southall, London, UK FT/PT: ​Full­Time Length of Service: […]

By Serge on April 28, 2016

London Has Fallen and so Have I

London Has Fallen and so Have I

I went to see London Has Fallen. I suppose I’m still accustomed to thinking action films will be fun. But I know too much about violence and what it does to people for that to be true anymore. The heroes lost their friends in gun fights, ended the lives of people around them, and emerged with […]

By Hunter Dockery on April 25, 2016

Immediate Need for Medical Professionals in Africa and South Asia

Immediate Need for Medical Professionals in Africa and South Asia

Serge’s Southeast Asia team is seeking a medical provider who can independently care for persons from birth to old age, including acute and chronic conditions, psychiatric conditions, minimal emergency conditions, and maternal health in a personnel and resource limited environment. Conducting village medical camps in this part of Southeast Asia requires some basic hiking fitness. There will also be […]

By Serge Staff on April 18, 2016

Extreme Work: Striving and Sloth

Extreme Work: Striving and Sloth

As God’s image-bearers and imitators, we can only co-create. Farmers don’t cause plants to grow, parents don’t grow children from the dust of the ground, and scientists can’t speak forth a new invention from nothing. We can’t work on our own; we can’t do what God does. God has chosen us to work “under” Him […]

By Robert Alexander on April 11, 2016

Coffee Roasting for Transformation: The Story Behind Serge’s Latest Business

Coffee Roasting for Transformation: The Story Behind Serge’s Latest Business

In the City of C, people don’t quite understand missionaries or the church, in large part because of how they see missionaries living their lives. In this Islamic part of the world, Christians are a tiny minority of the larger population. And most examples of what a “Christian” looks like is an American who seem […]

By Andrew "Smith" on April 11, 2016

No Big Men in Christ-Centered Leadership

No Big Men in Christ-Centered Leadership

One of the most important lessons I’ve learned about leadership is one I look back on with embarrassment. I was a young man working in Africa for UNICEF and CARE, two of the world’s largest humanitarian agencies, which gave me a certain perceived power. Native Africans deferred to me simply because I was an American […]

By Bob Osborne on April 11, 2016

Learning to Live Seasonally with Security in Christ

Learning to Live Seasonally with Security in Christ

I love seasons. I love living in a place with four distinct and very different seasons. I love summer because it is warm and full of energy, especially relational energy. I always want to hang out with people late into the day in summer. I love autumn because it is crisp and full of warming […]

By Leah Emory on April 08, 2016

184 Speed Bumps

184 Speed Bumps

Editor’s Note: Jason and Ree’L and their son Sylis recently moved from East Tennessee to East Africa. They are engaged in a five-year mission to provide medical care and medical education in a rural area of Kenya. Learn more about them and their work in this short video of their first drive in Kenya, described below: […]

By Jason Brotherton and Ree'l Street on April 06, 2016

Learning Prayer

Learning Prayer

Our new church hired Christie as a part-time office helper. She was participating in a high school program for credit that would give her some training “on the job” to build practical work skills for after graduation. Planting a new church and starting a new school, I needed any help I could get, so having […]

By Josiah Bancroft on April 01, 2016