What would you have seen if you were able to visit Onseepkans Mission with our ITMI team?
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?
Bread of Life Kalisz’s Christmas at the Square event was a big success!
Enjoy this short (under 2 minute) video from PIC’s Facebook Page of Sowmya as she shares how she brought her passion and helping others together to bless others this Christmas!
Kalisz Baptist Church isn’t daunted by their size. They consistently create effective ways to reach the needy of their city with the love of God and the message that they can have a relationship with Jesus.
Five children marched around a wooden poll, their hands forming make-shift horns on their mouths. About 55 other children watched the 5 in front of them. After completing 7 times around the poll, the 5 children ran out the door. Laughing, they collapsed into the grass as the spectators laughed gleefully with them.
Ten-year-old Ayasha had been through a lot in her single decade of life. Her parents were both taken from her by the sweeping epidemic ripping its way through the Zulu people of Zulu Natal, South Africa. After her mother passed away, she’d gone to live with her grandmother. A widow responsible for 7 other children, Ayasha’s cousins and siblings, her grandmother was having a hard time feeding them all.
The unassuming “Yes or No Bench” sits on Kelly and Cherise Smith’s peaceful 7 Rivers Farm in Zulu Natal, South Africa. But its occupants are likely anything but at peace. As they wait, their lives hang in the balance. They wait to…
Eugene’s passion for teaching children led to other children in the area joining their studies, until 50 children were being homeschooled out of Eugene’s tiny home!
Brooke took one last look at the curb, and saw the backs of two of the children who were hoping for a ride to Bible Club but couldn’t fit in her small van. They were already leaving.