Pastors Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Impact of Your Letters
Pastors from our church partners around the world share just how your letters are making an incredible impact in the life of the child or teen you are sponsoring.Continue Reading ›
This Is What Happens When Child Sponsorship Equips Pastors
Pastors from our local church partners around the world share seven surprising things your support makes possible and the lasting impact they are able to make when they are equipped by child sponsorship.Continue Reading ›
How to Increase Your Church’s Impact on Global Poverty
You desire to develop disciples who are passionately engaged with the God-given mission to care for those living in extreme poverty. Yet, it can be difficult to know where to begin. These highlights from Barna’s latest study, The Good News About Global Poverty will provide you with some simple ideas to put into action today.
What’s the Most Strategic Thing a Pastor Can Do to Alleviate Poverty?
There are many efforts behind which a pastor can put his or her energy and resources, but one action stands above all others to alleviate poverty.
Serving Jesus in Lamphun, Thailand
Lamphun boasts of its beautiful Buddhist temples where pilgrims come to offer merits. It is a paradox, however, that the moral ethics of Buddhism have not contributed much to improving the social decadence of the province.
The Shoeshine Pastor
Who is The Shoeshine Pastor, and what does shining shoes have to do with Compassion?
Pastors in Uganda: Is Willingness to Serve Enough?
When a pastor begins serving a church, he is open-hearted and willing to serve. Then a realization occurs; ministry requires much more than willingness and open-heartedness.
My People Are Destroyed From Lack of Knowledge
The Pastors Discipleship Network (PDN) is an initiative begun by Leadership Development Program graduate and Moody Bible Institute scholar Richmond Wandera. It exists: “to train and equip local pastors in Africa with basic study tools for accurately interpreting God’s Word through monthly seminars, accountability relationships, and the provision of study resources.”