What Dule’s sister was worried about turned out to be the answer to his prayers.
Matthew Henry, born October 18th 1662 in Wales, was a minister and author who spent most of his life living and ministering in England. Anyone who has ever studied the Bible with the use of a commentary have most assuredly been influenced by his work.
It was 6 p.m. on December 8 when rogue elements from the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), acting without official orders, arrived unannounced at the Frontline mission base in Mundri and demanded…
Charl and Cozmore brave the roads in a small car to a tiny village in Zambia. Read their story!
“A nine-year-old little girl was the victim of the most unbelievable atrocity. At the hand of her own father.” A heart-breaking story doesn’t have to lead to feeling helpless. The Kellers have a two-pronged plan.
During the dry season, ITMI’s Timothy Keller travels to remote villages encouraging, preaching and delivering bibles and discipleship materials. As they enter rainy season, Timothy has a new ministry opportunity and a new temporary role serving God’s people in Kabwe.
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.
I would ask my mother, “Why are you drinking?” Her answer, “I drink so that I can forget what I have gone through all the years was a slave.”
Last month on our trip to Zambia, God clearly showed He is still providing and caring for His faithful even today, even in Africa, even against all earthly logic.
This is an excerpt from something originally posted on the Keller’s blog. The Kellers are ITMI partners serving in Zambia. Ashley Keller’s unique perspective and witty honesty pulls back the curtain into their unique life. “What’s it like, raising kids in Africa?” is naturally one of the questions we get asked quite often. Sadly, because we […]