Stories

God is transforming lives in mission and we would like to share these stories of transformation with you. Read about God's work in the stories from our missionaries and short term mission teams.

John 4:25 The [Samaritan woman at the well] said to Him, "I know that Messiah is coming (He who is called Christ); when that One comes, He will declare all things to us." 26Jesus said to her, "I who speak to you am He." 28So the woman left her waterpot, and went into the city and said to the men, 29"Come, see a man who told me all the things that I have done; is this not the Christ?" 30They went out of the city, and were coming to Him.

Read more: He Knows Me

Phil and Carol Bergen are part of a holistic church planting team in Burkina Faso. They are in the process of translating and publishing Scriptures for the Nanerige, a West African Seufo people. They are also daily choosing to be disciples of Christ by how they love others - especially those easily unloved.

Read more: Thief Saved

"Have you ever noticed that sometimes when you ask God a question, His answer doesn't seem to match the initial inquiry? What does that tell you? Perhaps the things that we sometimes have the tendency to focus on aren't as important to God as we think!"

Read more: The Wisdom of God

Myomi had been hearing about God for 12 years, but nothing seemed to penetrate her heart. She listened, but her ears did not hear. Her eyes could not see and comprehend what God was doing in the lives of those around her.

Read more: Rest for the Weary

Life is full of surprises. Bob and Erika Sukkau, training leaders of the church planting team in Trujillo, Peru, are learning that first hand. This past fall, Bob found out he had a growth on his prostate. Needless to say, this was a frightening surprise. After scans, prayers and medical appaointments, the specialists believed it was a benign tumor, though one still necessary to remove.

Read more: Life Is Full Of Suprises

Trever Godard, MB Mission church planter in Guadalajara, Mexico, recently shared how he is learning about believing in who God is and what He is telling us to do to the point of obedient action:

Read more: Get Your Supplies Ready

“Have you ever noticed that sometimes when you ask God a question, His answer doesn’t seem to match the initial inquiry? What does that tell you? Perhaps the things that we sometimes have the tendency to focus on aren’t as important to God as we think!”

Read more: Wisdom of God

Sawadii Kha! My name is Khun Amphan.( Woman in light blue on the left.) I am 47 years old. A little over a year ago my husband and I became very sick. We went to the hospital and discovered that we both had AIDS. Shortly after we were diagnosed, my husband became very ill and died. I felt very sad and without hope. I didn’t want to live in this world anymore. I began to take street drugs in order to kill myself.

Read more: From Death to Life

Mission exists because worship doesn’t. These words by John Piper are burned into my heart. MB Mission exists to see lives transformed in mission. When people find Jesus they are transformed and enter into a lifestyle of worship, honouring God with their lives. We desire to see people enter into this life changing, transformational relationship with Jesus Christ. We desire to see worship on every corner of each village, town and region of the world.

Read more: Church Services and Bible Burners

My name is Phanukorn Nontasak. Everyone calls me Keng. I am now 23 years old. I have believed in God since I was 19 years old. I was born into a Buddhist family as are most Thai people. Before, I didn’t have any knowledge about God and I had never thought that I would be a Christian. One day, I saw some news on TV about Thai Christians who had a meeting together. I used to think bad about them, and blame them in my heart… “why do Thai people change to be Christian?” I thought Christianity was for foreigners and that maybe all Thai people who changed to be Christians wanted to look like they were part of “high society,” wanted to speak English, and wanted to have a luxurious life like foreigners. I didn’t understand about God and His stories and thought most Thai people must think the same way I thought.

Read more: Testimony of Phanukorn Nontasak (Keng)