What do you know about Togo? After spending a week there, two things were clear to me: the needs are greater than I could have imagined, yet God is at work in a powerful way.
What the angels told the shepherds when they announced the birth of the Savior is true for us today. We can have peace at Christmas because of Christ.
About two weeks ago, someone called on behalf of his cousin who’d been suffering for six months with severe abdominal pain, loss of appetite, and weight loss. The medical ministry of ABWE was able to help.
If you call Jesus your Savior and Lord, I suggest that not only have you considered a deep commitment, you have accepted one. There is a cost to following Jesus.
Psalm 67 says God’s blessings are to be used, “that his way may be known on earth, his saving power among all nations.” Never has this truth been more real to me than after my experience in Togo, West Africa.
In this week’s lesson from College Park Church Women’s “Amazing Collection” Bible study, Karen Pourcho shares insight from the book of 1 Kings.
I hadn’t invested hours sharing the gospel with this man. Yet God wanted to use me. In the process, he showed me that all the seeds I have planted in other’s lives were not a waste.
Sometimes I wonder if God is at work in our schools. However, I recently had a moment that changed my view.
In this day and age, Thanksgiving often only represents the waiting season between Halloween and Christmas and true gratitude takes a back seat. As Christians, we should consider thanksgiving as a spiritual discipline.
You’ve most likely looked at screens for several hours today and will check your smartphone over seventy times. So, how do Christians navigate screen time?
When a child disobeys, we can start by thanking God for a godly parenting moment that has revealed the child’s sin so that it can be met with the gospel.
How do you give thanks when you are suffering and your current life stage is in stark contrast to that of everyone around you?
As I got on the plane for a weekend of house-hunting, unsure about such a drastic move—a new job, would I make it? The thought of leaving my friends, my home, my church family, and my family, was overwhelming.
In this Mom’s Connection Step 1 audio, Karen Pourcho talks about mothering with intentionality.
In the eleventh week of the College Park Church Women’s Precept Ministries study of Hebrews, Diana Standridge leads a discussion on Hebrews chapter 4.