Nearly 800,000 people have been displaced from their homes in South Sudan. About 80,000 are in 8 UN Mission bases in South Sudan. The UN warns that things are spiraling into a “potential for a catastrophic situation” for millions in need of food and other aid. Nearly 5 million people need humanitarian assistance and 3.7 million […]
Archives for August 2012
The Kellers have the opportunity to serve alongside former President Bush. Don’t miss the whole story of Painting with the President!
August 2012 Drilling Boreholes for the Lukulu People We praise God for His divine provision of funds for us to go and preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and disciple the people of Lukulu west. For the first time, we will provide clean water for the local residents. We have hired a company from Lusaka, […]
August 15, 2012 Steve was able to get this bit of news out from remote Lukulu, Zambia – a little foretaste of what is to come when he gets back to civilization and gets his stories out! Stay tuned! “This was our home for the drilling and finishing of the 2nd well. Never had […]
August 2012 From Darlene Evers: I spoke with Steve twice yesterday! What a treat! He’s good, in Zambia. Starting traveling by vehicle to Lukulu West. This will take a couple days traveling. Last call they had stopped for the nite and were in a hotel in a small town. I received an email from him […]
Many pastors and evangelists in the Democratic Republic of Congo are deeply appreciative of the Bibles and bikes they have received. As a believer you know the unmistakable truth and strength of God’s Word, and the importance of putting it into the hands of as many people as possible.
The church has already been using their resources to serve the needy in their city. They recently used their courtyard to give their community a “children’s day,” where families could come and enjoy activities together.
Want to meet a truly inspirational family? If you don’t yet know ITMI’s Richard and Brooke Nungesser, get to know them! Start by reading the incredible story of how God is building their family, one miracle at a time.
August 2012 I woke up this morning to a sound I haven’t heard in a long time. It didn’t take long for that sound to turn into a little bundle joining Kelly and I in bed for a few more of the sleeping hours. It’s amazing how you get so used to your routine. […]
Ana followed her fiance, Mihai, up to the stoop of ITMI’s Adrain – Adi as they knew him – and Ema Ban’s home in Oradea, Romania. As the couple welcomed them in with smiles, Ana immediately felt safe and warm. She fidgeted nervously with her fingers, hair and anything else she could find. She and Mihai were there for a diagnosis of their relationship. Ana knew the Bans wrote and published a book on marriage – she assumed they were a picture of perfection. Ana observed Ema’s preparatory interactions with her three sons and her response to her husband, and was relieved to find…