Hear from an ex-pimp, ex-gang member, and ex-prostitute in one of of the first episodes.
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Anti-sex trafficking, efficient Bible translation, and building church community were just some of the challenges participants tackled.
These resources provide Spanish-speaking Christians with ministry materials.
Last week, WorldVenture missionaries, staff, and invited guests gathered in Denver, Colo. for the annual Renewal Conference. Kicking off the week with two days of dedicated prayer, attendees also enjoyed talks and workshops from WorldVenture’s GO team, as well as invited Christian leaders.
Few people work in the business of bringing both literal light as well as the figurative light of Christ to Africa. But for Thomas Bell, the transformation of Uganda begins with light—light in the form of solar panels on grass huts.
Daryl Collins stood in front of a panel of top fashion designers in Cochabamba, Bolivia this January, nervously presenting her first line of clothing. Not only was she speaking completely in Spanish, but also her line of clothing was decidedly punk: black dresses with long chains, red plaid collars, and jagged skirts.
WorldVenture’s media team visited the Philippines less than a year after typhoon Haiyan struck. They witnessed the perseverance of the Filipinos and the revival of their churches after the disaster.
A huge purpose for sending out financially healthy missionaries is to help prevent as few hiccups as possible while in a foreign country.
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- The American Grandparents of Lithuanian Orphans
- A Different Approach to Health Care in Africa
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- Why We Raise Support
- Giving Clean Clothes and a Shower to Senegal’s Talibe
- Reforestation Projects Featured at Rio Olympics
- God on the Move Among Europe’s Refugees
- Review: “The Insanity of God”
- Reflection on the Pals Family