He cares especially for the orphans and the abandoned! The following is an encouraging story from West Africa, about a young boy who was abandoned by his family because they assumed that his sickness meant he was cursed. Young Souleman survived because people in his community shared food with him. Then Souleman met a local […]
While traveling in Guatemala sometime back, I had the privilege of spending time with some of the CHE committee members in a community way up in the mountains. The high altitude and cold breeze made it hard to move fast, but the fascinating community I was visiting had my full attention. The village had an […]
We have an unusual and special story for you this month! Our stories in these monthly newsletters are normally focused only on the communities where we serve, but that is only 8 to 10 hours of the time that our team members and partners serve on the field. God of course is at work 24 […]
Happy New Year to you and your family. We pray that the New Year will bring new hope and blessings. Back in 2016, I had the chance to visit Uganda with John and Madelle Payne. I love visiting the field because it gives me an opportunity to personally meet some of God’s amazing heroes. We […]
Community Health Evangelism (CHE) certainly creates some interesting individuals! This month’s story is about one such individual whom I had the privilege of meeting on a trip to Uganda. I was in deep conversation with the CHE coordinator of the diocese, as our jeep turned into a village. ”You wanted to meet a CHE champion […]
How do you find the balance between the proclamation and the demonstration of the gospel as we see in Colossians 3:17? This is the question Integral Mission (aka “holistic development”, aka “transformational development”) tries to answer and Ravi is an expert on the subject.