We know you probably missed a few stories from ITMI during that busy and unusual year we just put behind us, so we're sharing the top 10 most-visited posts from 2020 so you can catch up on what your fellow ITMI supporters thought were the most interesting stories this year!
#1 : February 7, 2020
When many of you began supporting the Bans in their important contribution to Romanian society years ago, you probably wouldn’t have guessed what big things the Lord would do with your sincere sacrifices, placed in His hands.
#2: July 8, 2020
Conventional wisdom questions how much can we really accomplish with little? As mere humans, we tend to believe that a lot more can be achieved if we have large financial resources, talented manpower, and innovative ideas. But these things don’t really matter to God.
By Olga, a believer living in Stone Hill, South Africa.
#3: February 26, 2020
#4: September 1, 2020
“The only happy time we had at the orphanage was when we slept,” remembers Visinel Balan, now an adult. Visinel grew up in one of the many state-run orphan institutions during Nicholas Ceausescu’s dictatorship in Romania. …
#5: May 1, 2020
#6: January 3, 2020
#7: February 21, 2020
In this episode, Kent Reisenauer is telling us all about his last trip to South Africa and Zambia.
He’s talking about visiting Johan and Lesley not long after their home burned down, delivering pillowcase dresses and knitted hats from some US churches to remote villages across the Zambezi River, the progress and impact of Eugene Kalunga’s village school, what happened when Eugene put him on the spot to share something with the students at Excellence Christian Academy, and the baptisms of new Zulu believers he got to witness in South Africa.
#8: February 24, 2020
#9: March 13, 2020
When Olga and Lwazikazi got saved, they would never have guessed what they’d voluntarily do to Lwazikazi’s home. It was a cold August evening in Stone Hill, South Africa. …
#10: August 7, 2020
Veronica curled her body tighter into her sister Grace’s back, soaking up what little warmth she could in the bitterly cold night. Every twig that cracked in the dark forest, each sigh and creak of the branches overhead brought her to stark alert, listening… waiting…
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