“The building could fall down, hopefully everyone is safe, but we can worship God in the driveway. Our faith and desire to worship God is NOT dependent on this building.”
… I explained that Lynette and I would share their story … to tell them of this small church in the northern mountains of the Dominican Republic that serves as a beacon of hope to their community as A church and as THE Church.
…it was clear to me that [he] was prepared to complete this project, but he simply lacked the funding to make put the plan into action.
Sarah Nash serves women and children through ministries of discipleship, education and health through the House of Hope in Bolivia.
We know that with this trial God is inviting us to a deeper trust. And we invite you to join us in this part of the journey by lifting us up in prayer so the Lord brings to our path the right medical team that can properly diagnose and treat me and the peace in our minds and hearts that everything will be ok.
Karen is the program consultant to the New Life Center Foundation. This ministry, based in northern Thailand, serves ethnic minority women who are at risk for labor exploitation.
I came to hear their stories.
I have spent the last several days sitting, walking, playing, and crying with the members of the caravan. I have been struck by their willingness to just hang out with me and talk. They are hopeful, yet full of questions about what the future holds. They are anxious to get moving again, but at the same time, afraid to leave.