international work

Dorcas Cheng-Tozun

When our family moved to Nairobi, Kenya, a few months ago, I braced myself for what would be the most awkward part of our transition — having a house helper in our home every day. As foreigners and people with means...

Grace Ju Miller

In addition to dreaming big and being strong in adversity, Grace Ju Miller exhorts us to trust God in the midst.

Dorcas Cheng-Tozun

I’m realizing that my life may not be all about me. And that is a hard, hard truth to swallow...

Kami Rice

Kami Rice describes her own struggles with fear, reflecting on the richness that comes with embracing risk.

Michelle Shappell Harris

Michelle Harris entreats us to think carefully and act mercifully toward the refugees in our midst and across the globe.

Christine Jeske

Christine Jeske shows how the time she has "wasted" turns out to bear fruit in unexpected ways.

Michelle Shappell Harris

Ebola. The headlines began with updates on the spread of the virus in Liberia, Sierre Leone, and Guinea, then the report of an American doctor and nurse falling ill and their arrival on US soil, Liberia has now declared a state of emergency . . .

Tish Harrison Warren

In the face of tragic news reports, particularly out of Iraq, Tish Harrison Warren laments the inability to respond and confesses our deep need for prayer.

Michelle Shappell Harris

Michelle Shappell Harris resists categorizing people as "other" and invites us to join her.

Lathania Brown

Lathania Brown experiences training for life and ministry through the rigors of graduate school.

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