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Nov
25

Christ-Centered Stability for Honduran Kids

By Kim and Michael Miller We direct Hope of Jesus (HOJ), a Christ-centered project of the Honduran Episcopal Church, which desires a family for every child in its care. The mission of Hope of Jesus is to provide protection, daily care, education, spiritual formation, and emotional wellbeing for vulnerable children in need of temporary, out-of-home […]

Nov
23

Adopted by God

Have you noticed the return of more feel-good stories on your social media feeds recently?  This past week, there were two posts in particular that caught my eye and brought me to tears. Both were about adoption, which makes sense, since November is National Adoption Awareness Month. The first post featured a man who adopted […]

Nov
20

COVID-19 saved me from registering a dead year

uthor Winnie Laker, at right, and workmate recording UACE best students at The New Vision newspaper. By Winnie Laker Two weeks before the official lockdown of the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I was already sick. At the beginning of March, I started seeing a temporal defeat of life in my health. Fever, dry […]

Nov
20

Thank you for praying; please continue

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Nov
20

God Provides!

Missionaries Nate and Erika Twichell recently gave a testimony of God’s provision at their church. Listen to their story!

Nov
18

We’re thankful for our GT family around the world!

November 18th, 2020 by Global Teams [embedded content] Related About the Author: Global Teams Global Teams equips and sends field partners from many nations to multiply disciples of Jesus within cultures least familiar with the Gospel. Posted in General, Comments Feed: RSS 2.0

Nov
18

Please pray for Uganda

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Nov
17

Birth Mothers and Fathers Who Choose Adoption Over Abortion

November is National Adoption Awareness Month. Its goal is important: to increase “awareness of the need for permanent families for children and youth in the U.S. foster care system.” But have you ever considered the perspective of birth mothers and fathers who choose adoption over abortion? The majority of adoptive families in the United States […]

Nov
17

We’re thankful that God is in control

Photo by Laimannung on Unsplash Visas received…check! Airline tickets purchased…check! Bags packed…check! Children ready…check! After two years of preparation, everything was finally in place. At a special Saturday service, Takir and Laura’s local congregation laid blessings on them and their children. They drove to the airport, boarded a plane, and after lift-off were flying into […]

Nov
16

Flood Relief for Honduras

I am a SAMS Associate Missionary and the President of Honduran Operations for Osman Hope, Inc. Osman Hope is a Christian non profit organization that operates four shelters for the poor children of Honduras. Our mission is to break the cycle of poverty by providing basic necessities and ensuring that the children get an education. […]

Nov
16

We are thankful that we can make it through difficult times together!

“It has been a difficult month, but we are making it through together. We have been delivering food to the families of the community.” This was the message we received from Carlos and Ana, Global Teams field partners serving in Jesus’ name in Honduras. Watching God work through your gifts is always inspiring. But in […]

Nov
13

Medical and Mercy Ministry at a Refugee Camp in the Diocese of Kaduna, Nigeria

By Rev. Tom Furrer, SAMS Associate Missionary and President of Kateri Medical Services (KMS). KMS is an American nonprofit working in partnership with local Anglican dioceses in Nigeria. KMS runs full-time medical clinics serving the rural and urban poor. Currently, they have six full-time clinics in five different Nigerian dioceses. Kateri Medical Services has worked […]

Nov
13

We are thankful for freedom to worship!

A congregation worships in Kazakhstan Today, our world is experiencing many storms – some man-made and others natural. In midst of these troubles Global Teams is actively ministering and sharing the hope and truth of Jesus Christ. We are thankful that in the darkest of circumstances, the Lord is present. Jesus’ own disciples encountered rough […]

Nov
12

We are thankful for our prayer warriors all over the world!

The photo above was received from Kenya with the message, “We, the Emmanuel Community Church Pastors are meeting now for prayers and fasting and breaking of bread together as we pray for the ministry of Global Teams.” One of Global Teams’ goals for this year has been to increase prayer to empower those stepping forward […]

Nov
10

Hope in the Midst of Sadness: Learning from David in Psalm 13

Hope in the Midst of Sadness originally was posted on Rooted Ministry’s website. Rooted Ministry equips and empowers churches and parents to faithfully disciple students toward life-long faith in Jesus Christ. Have you ever felt like God was distant and yet not?  In such a way that you know He is not actually far but you don’t […]

Nov
06

Be a Neighbor, Get a Neighbor

As Cameron and Roberto Vivanco serve in ministry in Ecuador, they have found that people return kindness for kindness. In Ecuador, children often lack the basic resources which are required for school – such as textbooks, uniforms or supplies. Without these items, children can’t attend school. The Vivancos work with local clergy to help equip […]

Nov
02

But it’s true: Netflix’s Cuties catastrophe enables sexual abuse

“To say that Cuties enables sexual abuse is to miss the point of the film. This movie brings a rare vision of girlhood to light and posits that sexual exploration—in all its discomfort and modern complexities—is actually okay, even normal.” Article in the Atlantic I read this commentary about the Netflix movie that has caused an uproar in […]

Nov
01

Job loss during COVID-19 opens colorful, creativity door

Pauline Nyangoma shows off one of the gratitude cards she gives to her customers. By Maxy Magella Abenaitwe The late physicist Stephen Hawking once said: “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” When the Uganda COVID-19 lockdown, including education suspension, started in mid-March 2020, Uganda Christian University (UCU) continued paying its workers full salaries. […]

Oct
30

Discovering Ugandan Neighbors around Our Dinner Table

Easter dinner with Ugandan friends, 2017 Naye ye obutayagala kuwangulukuka, n’agamba Yesu nti, “ Muliraanwa wange ye ani? ” [Lukka 10:29] But he wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?” [Luke 10:29]  Dear friends – Like anyone preparing for service in mission, we inevitably get asked why we’ve chosen the destination where we’re planning […]

Oct
30

International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church