Three two-man teams set out for a two week Creation Evangelism Outreach to the furthest southern border of our Chavuma sector, namely the area known as “Luzu.” Canoes filled with supplies, prayed up and enthusiastic these men set out.
Piotr gets some unexpected news, Charl has an exciting announcement, Paul and Molly celebrate summer outreaches, K5N is sending a team to Bulgaria this month, and now’s the time to schedule a meet-up with Timothy Keller for this fall!
Some of Johan’s thoughts on world peace, inspired by a quiet Sunday morning on the banks of the Zambezi River in Zambia.
Three young men from Gwayi River, Zimbabwe are launching an exciting new venture, even though the odds have been stacked against all of them their whole lives. What is this exciting new venture? A one-of-a-kind tech solution? A breakthrough discovery? A much-needed service no one has thought of?It’s none of those.
Last month, ITMI’s Excellence Christian Academy celebrated its 20th Birthday. That’s 20 years of shaping and molding young lives to understand the world from a Biblical perspective. That’s 20 years of reaching families and parents that haven’t necessarily heard the Good News. That’s 20 years of influence in the community of Kabwe, where ECA is located. That’s 20 years of impact on the country of Zambia. How are we doing this through a small Christian School in one city?
With joy in their hearts and the wind of the Holy Spirit in their “sails,” (oars!) two four man teams set out in canoes from remote Chavuma, Zambia. Their rations were packed. Their tents were secured.
Timothy held his breath, wondering if everyone in the room would stand up and walk out.ITMI’s Timothy Keller was at the front of a room full of Zambian leaders and pastors. He had just…
My flesh wanted to retaliate, lift up my fists and beat the living daylights out of my accusers, sue them! Ridicule and crush them!! But Christ Jesus!! Instead, we…
My one-year-old son dreams of playing professional sports. I know this because I was tackled and fouled throughout the whole night. He also scored a couple of goals with my nose. Morning breaks me and I get up. I’m suppose to share devotions at the police station, but I’m not sure if I can make it. Between my overactive MVP son and the continuously barking dog, I don’t think I’d slept at all.I try taking multiple doses of caffeinated starting fluid, but my brain still maintains its hazy fog.
I’ve seen God sustain me in some amazing ways this year. One morning…