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I was recently sharing with someone about Mission ONE and specifically the work we do with our partners in Lebanon. This past year was hard for the entire world, but Lebanon seemed to have one significant obstacle after another. There was the economic collapse, followed by COVID, followed by the Beirut explosion, followed by the…

Most of us probably live in a pretty fast-paced environment on a regular basis. And we’ve added in a global pandemic which has its own challenges and changes to our lives. Add the current political climate to the busyness of everyday life and pandemic and it seems we have a swirling mess of chaos, instability,…

All too often we speak of the incarnation as the action by which God sets his glory aside to embrace the shame that is the muck and dross of this world. No doubt, there’s some truth to that sentiment, though like many other things, there is something true in every half-truth.

The phrase “Emmanuel, God with us” is probably one of the most repeated phrases this time of year. But, what might happen if we slow down and acknowledge the invitation that is given to us over and over?

When it’s Christmas, we all get into the giving spirit. We talk about what we’re thankful for and spend time with loved ones and turn a charitable heart towards strangers as well. But for many, it’s also a draining and exhausting time of year.

In Kenya, our partners are reporting on the operations of KenSud Medical Mission’s experiences during Covid-19. Workers have found ways to treat and share the word of God to patients even while social distancing.

For many, the difficulties of this year have called into question a lot of previously held beliefs. 2020 has been a time of awakening as much as it has been a time of concern.

In Kenya, the Massai people have traditionally worshipped tribal deities. Courage and strength have been held in the highest regard amidst their volatile terrain. Recently though, one of our partners has been building a relationship with a tribal leader. Up until now, there has been a great deal of resistance to Jesus’ teachings. Entrenched in…

Exploring the Gospel’s Cultural Context Personally and Around the Globe As the Coordinator of Strategic Projects in Asia for Mission ONE, my job is to work with our indigenous partners on strategic projects they are pursuing to make their communities a little more like the kingdom of God. Little did I know how transformative this…

Sewing Centers in Pakistan Supporting Christian Women and Their Families It’s often that we are taught money is the root of all evil. We hear this phrase and understand it to mean that if we covet material wealth, we’re falling for one of Satan’s oldest tricks. And while there is a line to be drawn…

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