Popular portrayals of the God-Man can draw admiring crowds, but they can’t create imitating disciples.
The Bible proposes a radical notion that human beings can and should be like God. We are created in the “image of God” (Gen. 1:27) and called to “be imitators of God” (Eph. 5:1, ESV). But in order to know what it means for humans to image or imitate God, we must know...
From sharing online messages about Jesus to serving in resettlement communities, church leaders approach this missional moment with prayer and patience.
Tens of thousands of Afghan evacuees are coming to the US without special status or government funding for resettlement, putting more responsibility on Christian donors and volunteers.
Despite the risks in the region, Christians are flocking to camps and targeted villages to provide resources and spiritual care.
After the 2020 election, a remnant of charismatic leaders are trying to revive their movement from within.
Advocates united to hold the president to his campaign promise, combat administration’s misinformation.
British Christians seek to learn from past Windrush mistakes in their nation’s largest planned migration in 50 years.
Her call to serve the “least of these” led her to maternal care at a rural hospital.
After drastic cuts over the past four years, they need to rally partners and volunteers to be ready for a jump in refugee admittance.
The election could determine the future of resettlement ministries in Clarkston, Georgia.
Cyrus Khorsani may have fled Iran, but he did not abandon his brothers and sisters in Christ.
What churches abroad taught me about the intersection of faith and politics.
The dwindling number of Christians isn’t enough to discourage Danny Awad from continuing God’s work in Bethlehem.
Christianity is alive and well in the place of its birth.
Carmen LaCosta didn’t feel qualified to join God’s mission, but He used her anyway.
Joseph Ramos continues the work of Hurricane Maria as he tears down social and economic barriers among the people of Puerto Rico.
What I’ve learned from my family’s legacy of hospitality and missions
Blessed are those who are poor in spirit.
In January, we introduced you to Fred Otieno and his important ministry among refugees in Tanzania. Since then, Otieno visited Atlanta, Georgia where he was invited to teach his trauma healing seminar in the UN-resettlement area of Clarkston, Georgia.
When the Lord revealed His nearness to Stelios Skiadas, he returned to worship and sharing the love of Jesus.
Brian Holland discovers God's provision and power through coffee beans. https://www.intouch.org/read/magazine/in-focus/saying-yes-to-god
With the Holy Spirit’s help, Olga Westfall speaks words of healing to veterans in physical, mental, and spiritual recovery. https://www.intouch.org/read/magazine/in-focus/all-things-new
Only God could deliver Michael Leung from the pain of death and divorce in his family. https://www.intouch.org/read/magazine/in-focus/in-the-valley-of-the-shadow
Happy Accidents "O Mio Riomaggiore" AS OUR TRAIN pulled up to the coastal village of Riomaggiore, Italy, I reached for my iPhone—before my brain reminded me I didn’t have it. My trip through Europe had been like a poorly orchestrated symphony played without...