Jesus cared for mentally ill people. As Christ followers, we are compelled to continue His work today by extending compassion, acceptance, and unconditional love to all who suffer from mental illness.
HIV&AIDS is still the greatest humanitarian crisis of all time. In the middle of this tragedy, Christians have the opportunity to make the love of our Savior real to anyone infected or affected by HIV&AIDS.
If we say we love God but do nothing on behalf of the world’s vulnerable children, we’re kidding ourselves; we’re misinformed. You cannot love God without developing a passion for orphans.
Having grown up in a pastor’s home & been married to a pastor for 40 years, I have no idea what “normal” life is like! Being a pastor’s wife is a challenging, yet rewarding endeavor.
What if there was a way for thousands of churches and individuals— people like you and me — to make an extraordinary connection and a lasting difference in the world?
“I don’t care what happens to me, as long as I finish the work the Lord Jesus gave me to do. And that work is to tell the good news about God’s great kindness.” Acts 20:24 (CEW)