There is a special group of bees from the mountains of Bulgaria. Why are these bees special? Well they aren’t knitting sweaters or singing show tunes. But they are…
How much ministry can you fit into one week? Well, if you’re ITMI’s Daniel and Blueberry Machlowski in Poland…quite a bit. After their first year of marriage, you might be really surprised at what they do in a week. But, then again, if you know Daniel – maybe it’s not so surprising!
What, exactly, is a “Word Zone” meeting? We mention them quite a bit. Do you know what they are? At Gospel Joy’s Gospel Music Workshops, participants discover…
Brooke was recently a guest on the Mom Struggling Well Podcast, where she shared honestly and candidly. I’ve heard and even told these stories, but hearing Brooke’s voice tell it left my cheeks streaming with tears. You won’t be sorry you listened to this podcast.
Fifteen to twenty youth sat cross-legged on the floor of a Polish home on a Friday night. Most leaned back on whatever was behind them. A wall, a furnace, a futon. They gathered to pray, worship, learn God’s story and fellowship.
While in the children’s program at my home church, I remember a missionary from Africa coming to visit and talk with us about what it meant to be a missionary. I can’t tell you what he said or even what country he was in, but I do remember thinking, “Wow, God. That is really cool people serve you that way! I know I’ll never be able to do that, but I will do what I can from here!”
The Dangers of the River: a harsh reality The diseases found in unclean, contaminated water kill 1.8 million children every year. Because of diseased water, up to 50% of all people in poverty stricken areas along Zambezi or other rivers, suffer severe health problems. “When we go to draw water from Zambezi river, some times, […]
“Some missionaries bound for Africa were laughed at by the boat captain. “You’ll only die over there,” he said. But a missionary replied, “Captain, we died before we started.” – Vance Havner – His friends and relatives urged him not to go. They were concerned for his safety. ITMI partner, John Jere, graciously reminded them […]
Eighth-century Israel was panicking. They needed somewhere to turn. The ten northern tribes were broken, sick, and dying. Assyria was gaining strength, threatening to take their land and enslave them. After promising to be faithful to God and keep their covenant with Him, they’d disobeyed. After pledging to be His people, Israel had given themselves to other gods. […]