May 2012 be the year that brings you closer and more intimate in every aspect with God. May the harvest of ministry be exceedingly bountiful and may God bestow upon all of you an extra measure of grace and peace.In a day or two (depending on where you live) it will be 2012. For some […]
Archives for January 2012
John Jere reports on his team’s mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo: Prayer Request Pull QuoteBishop Lamba Lamba of “Come & See Churches” in Congo DRC is a close friend of mine. Lamba Lamba and I have known each other from the 1990s, during the fierce civil wars in Congo DRC. I have been […]
“Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble…” James 1:27 Committed to Congo “Why are these white men coming into our country when all the others are leaving?” the French speaking Congolese commander asked Pastor Jeff, our host. The scene was at a military […]
This article originally appeared in the January 2012 edition of ITMI Monthly.ITMI Director, Steve Evers and Indian partner, Paul, ministering in India.From ITMI partner, Molly:What a blessing to have Steve and his knowledge of what we are up to in the East. God is moving in amazing ways and we are the honored ones to […]
ITMI’s Paul and Molly needed to provide an expensive surgery for one of their 19 Ashraya Daughters. This is a story of their faith in God and how He proved they had put it in the right place.
This article originally appeared in the January 2012 edition of ITMI Monthly. Dear Team,It is my prayer that my journey as ITMI Director has thus far benefitted many by empowering and advocating the work of our partners. It is my passion and great joy to help them, serve them, champion them and see God do great […]
The realization hit Pastor Raj [name changed for security] like a millstone and a heaviness sank deep into his stomach. He felt sick. The American’s words, “You are not God,” rang in his ears. He had been playing god.“Your identity is defined by the fact that you are a child of God, not by what you’ve done or the positions and titles you hold,” the speaker continued.He thought about the way he had treated the people in his church as if they were less important to God than he, demanding they carry his things and respond to his commands.