After three long days of labor, Laizah was experiencing complications and still had not given birth. The doctor ordered a C-section procedure. “If you don’t have money, they usually use student doctors or nurses to do the operation,” her husband, Cozmore, explains.
This might be a small thing, but it tickled me. I should have known better when ITMI’s Charl van Wyk asked me how many thumb drives we had. Charl doesn’t look at things like most people. He…
One Sunday late in November 2016, a tall, thin man ducked through the doorway of the gathering of Bible Mission Church. It was his first time there. It was also his first time in a church, ever.
Last May we shared a story and some photos about Steve and Adi’s travels in Ukraine. You may have been wondering, “Ukraine? Where did that come from?” Here’s how it happened.
ITMI partner, Charl van Wyk, his friend and ministry partner, Cozmore, and the other believers ministering in Stone Hill, an impoverished squatters’ camp outside Cape Town, South Africa, arranged for 20 young boys from the settlement to go to a camp last summer. Their response to the camp was…
Greetings from somewhere in the remote hills of Ukraine. Our Romanian partner, Adi Ban and two of his three sons and I drove 6 hours north through eastern Hungary and into the Ukraine today. We’re here to…
It’s 3:30am again here at home. This is a time that I have come to know very well the last 11 days.There are some really great benefits from being wide awake at 3:30am.
On a recent trip to Southern Africa with Director Steve Evers and ITMI board member Jon Dekkers, I learned some very important things about missionaries, things which will help me appreciate them forevermore.
ITMI Board Member, Jon Dekkers recently accompanied ITMI Director, Steve Evers to visit ITMI partners in South Africa and Zambia. The other member of their three-person team was Steve Lee, whose article 4 Things I Learned from ITMI Partners, will be featured in the January edition of ITMI Monthly.In this 2-minute video, you’ll see:A spiritual […]
Ever come up against a road block that seems impassable. Gone head first into a wall that looms unsurmountable? Faced an impossible situation or expectation? Read this.