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…
We’ve got a lot to be thankful for.
Because of Jesus, we are not left in a state of eternal sin and despair. Because of Jesus, we don’t face the penalty for our rebellion. Because of Jesus, we are changed people – people whose desires line up with His. And so, because of His death on the cross, resurrection and gift of His Spirit – the thing we are MOST thankful for – we are thankful for these 25 things.
Ravens will feed you. He must have thought, “They will?” Ravens were known for not even feeding their own young.
His response was so unexpected that ITMI’s Director, Steve Evers, re-stated the question. “Would you like to be an ITMI partner?”Most people jump at such an offer. But not Lazarus.
ITMI Monthly chats with ITMI partner, Charl van Wyk, for a behind-the-scenes look at what happened a couple years back that turned his ministry around.
Christmas is a time of year when many who would otherwise be uninterested in things of God are more receptive to His message. So whatever their resources, ITMI partners are often found creatively designing ways to reach people around them this time of year. The result?
It seems like someone who had “seen absolutely everything” as a daily taxi conductor, absolutely didn’t know what to do. He had probably never seen this done before – especially from a “white” stranger. The other passengers watched the “white guy” anyway, but now they turned their eyes to my exchange with the conductor with intensity and interest.
by Summer Kelley I love this time of year when everything seems clean and fresh. A new start. I’m a big fan of pulling back and planning to live intentionally. Maybe even to a fault. Maybe. =) If you’re thinking about what you’d like this next year to be like, don’t forget to consider what […]
As 2016 begins, a theme in the stories I’m getting from the field of late is that God knows and sees everything…He is important, He is listening and He is ahead of us. As John Piper says, “God is always doing 10,000 things and usually we are aware of only 3-4 of them.”
Those of us who are used to the idea of God being wrapped up in a tiny, helpless baby may not wrestle with the idea. It could be something we’ve grown used to and accepted. But the concept of all God’s power wrapped up in a helpless human baby really is mind-blowing. That baby was God’s agent in creation?