Our workers reflect on the many, many generous ways churches and supporters have welcomed them back for home service.
Our approach changed drastically as our family grew and the length of our furloughs shrank. Find out what we did right — and what we did wrong.
Deep, mutual, honest, encouraging, faith-building friendships are worth the time and courage it takes to find and maintain those relationships.
Even in this digital age, Scripture has more potential to transform, guide and encourage when it’s committed to memory.
Seeing health as something that includes the spiritual, the emotional, and the physical helps us correctly prioritize caring for our bodies so that we can serve.
Recognizing your spiritual temperament — and realizing it might not be the same as those around you — can make for a closer relationship with the Lord and with other believers.