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.

Our children’s schooling has always been important to us and we have spent countless hours discussing and praying about where to send them.

Read more: Close to God's Heart

The other night, as we walked back to our apartment in Paris, I couldn’t help but stop my husband to look up at the full moon. It was beautiful, and it reminded of the moon back in Vancouver. Coincidentally, it’s the same one, and it’s just as beautiful in Paris as it is back home.

Read more: Same Moon, Same God

Before our Christmas break, one of the biggest blessings for me was having a friend of ours come live with us for a month at our home in Panama. He was thirteen years old and his name was Osneider.

Read more: Osneider's Visit

Recently, I was helping teach Sunday school in a local church in Guadalajara and the teacher asked if anyone had ever shared the Gospel with someone. Immediately, a ten-year-old boy stood up and said, “I have.” 

Read more: Brave Little Boy with a Big Heart

For parents like us who are serving overseas with our young children, it means so much that people are praying for us as families. 

Read more: God Loves Families

The twenty-four-hour boat ride up the river took us to a small town in a poor and isolated part of the country. For my co-worker and me, it was an exploratory trip; we knew nothing about the area and we had no contacts. 

Read more: Sister Smith

It’s not easy to find comfort when you lose someone that you love, especially when you had been so excited about what God was doing through that person’s life. 

Read more: Young Church Leader is Martyred

On a recent trip to Southeast Asia, I met a pastor named Peter who was formerly a shaman, meaning that he gave himself to manipulating the spirits on behalf of others

Read more: Out of Darkness into Light

At our women’s conference, we had a wide variety of women attend, many of whom had no church background. 

Read more: No Bitterness

One of our workers in North Africa told us about five female university students who recently became followers of Jesus in his country. Having been rejected by their families, these young women have all paid a high price for their faith.

Read more: Our Sister

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