This past year, God has opened so many doors for us to be hands, feet, and voice of Jesus to the world.
Where there has been conflict and disaster, God has used us to bring healing. We’ve dispersed food relief for the ongoing war in Ukraine, provided for a children’s shelter in Ukraine, and sent aid to our partners in Houston, Puerto Rico, and Cuba to assist after the hurricanes.
Where there was pain and struggle, God has used us to create and empower community. We’ve funded a basketball ministry in a slum in the Philippines, and sponsored people to go to a Christian camp in Kosovo and Russia.
Most importantly of all, where there is darkness and despair, God has used us to share the hope and love of Jesus. This year, we’ve started broadcasting the Gospel in new languages in Eastern Europe, launched our devotionals on iTunes podcasts, and distributed hundreds of our Guidelines Family Video Study Series to leaders in Mainland China.
Everything that we’ve been able to do this year – every ear that’s heard the message of Jesus, every heart that’s been transformed by His Spirit, every wound that’s been healed by loving hands, and every community that’s been restored from brokenness – it’s all because you chose to walk with us in faith.
We are full of awe and gratitude from this past year, but as we look on to next year, we are overwhelmed with all that God has called us to. Not only are we continuing to sustain our current ministries, but God is giving us even greater influence to impact new areas such as the Middle East.
This is a special time in history for us to leave our mark. Generations could be impacted by hearing the truth of God and experiencing the peace of Jesus.
We need to take bold steps forward into the darkness, into the unknown, where God is beckoning us to shine His light. But we can’t do it without God’s provision through you, His people. Will you join us in going even farther?
Let’s ask God to provide $40,000 by year-end so that we can make commitments for 2018 ministry.
Thank you for walking with us this far. Let’s go even farther.