God in the Marketplace: Business for Transformation in North Africa

God in the Marketplace: Business for Transformation in North Africa

It was a college class that first convinced Peter Steward* that “God’s heart is for the people who are least reached.” He felt called to overseas mission work, and found himself drawn to the Arab world—particularly to an area in North Africa where less than 1 percent of the population is Christian. But in the […]

By Dargan Thompson on March 21, 2018

Learning What It Means to Abide

Learning What It Means to Abide

Abide. Wow, what a good word. That’s what I thought when I saw it on a license plate. I sort of felt a nudge inside say, ”This is for you.” That was a few months ago, so I’ve sat on this word. It’s came to my mind a few times, but I didn’t take the […]

By Alisha Justice on March 21, 2018

“Send Someone Else, Lord”: When You Feel Too Weak for Ministry

“Send Someone Else, Lord”: When You Feel Too Weak for Ministry

In ladies’ Bible study, we’ve been studying the book of Exodus over the course of the fall and winter. One particular passage in Exodus made me burst out laughing, particularly this verse: “But he said, ‘Oh my Lord, please send someone else’” (Exodus 4:13). When I think about the giants of the Bible, I never […]

By Kathleen Caskey on March 16, 2018

A Field Ripe for Harvest: Serge’s Future in Latin America

A Field Ripe for Harvest: Serge’s Future in Latin America

Mark Berry has been busy. Phone calls and emails, meetings with church leaders, connecting with his Serge teammates, networking in his new neighborhood, and on top of it all, you would not believe the difficulty of just getting your refrigerator running in Chile. “We just spent the last four years in the U.S. after being […]

By Andrew Shaughnessy on March 10, 2018