It’s been a season of trial for ITMI partners, Paul and Molly, as well as for their entire church and city. In December, a cyclone caused flooding and water as deep as 7 feet in some areas. Many faced great loss.
Archives for March 2016
We couldn’t do what we do without you, our supporters. This is just one small way we can say, “Thank you!” You can enjoy the photography of Steve Evers on your computer everyday! Each month, download one beautiful photo from Steve with a convenient calendar of that month for you to set as your desktop photo.
Please remember this man, his face, and his story—for he is no longer here to share it on earth, but his life is worth remembering! His name is Piotr and he will be remembered as…
Although they’d been equipped and trained well, they were a little nervous. Scared even. The reality of what they were about to do hit them hard.
Bullets whizzed through the air. Gunshots echoed around her. Hannah, due to give birth any day now, was frantically running away from the raucous.
Tucked into the twists and turns of its more than 2000 miles of shoreline, is the slice of land owned by ITMI’s International School of Missions (ISM). Its existence is a result of the blood, sweat and tears of ITMI’s Muhindo Kawede combined with the generosity of ITMI supporters.
Are you stuck in the same old pattern? Are you feeling hopeless? ITMI’s Piotr Zaremba offers encouragement for anyone who feels they are beyond hope in this 3-minute video.
“Catch a flight out of South Sudan as soon as possible.” I was looking at a few-day-old communique from the US Government containing that warning for any Americans who might find themselves in South Sudan. There was even an offer to US citizens who “are unable to get a flight out, contact us and we will assist.” I was scheduled to be on a flight to South Sudan that very week.
What does ITMI’s Muhindo Kawede (“Kawede” as he is called by most) do with his “time off” between terms at the International School of Missions? Something you wouldn’t expect.
Mabuti is a teenager living in the subsistence world of Stone Hill, where survival is tough even for adults. He is also providing for his younger brother. The brothers were fast asleep in the wee hours of the morning on Sunday, February 14, when…