When Artak and Liana were eventually able to return to their home, they were overwhelmed by the death and destruction in the area. Miraculously, their home had been spared even though a missile had landed directly in their courtyard.
Some needed rest, some needed renewal in their marriage and others needed to be still and hear from God. Other participants needed healing from the wounds of losing children, homes and land from the war.
We want to thank all of you who have prayed for and supported our ministry this past year. You have made an important difference in the lives of pastoral couples all around the world. THANK YOU! This has been a challenging year for all of us in so many ways but God is[…]
“And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” Colossians 3:17 The late Thomas Collis Jr., a.k.a. Uncle Tom, was a first generation American whose parents were Greek immigrants. Born in 1904 in Newark, New Jersey, he was brought[…]
Finding Level Ground Illness, fear, adjustment, adaptation and redemption are just a few of the words I would use to describe the rocky road of 2020. When our world is shaken, we all seek level ground. A friend at a recent meeting of Latin American leaders shared these words from Psalm 143:10 “Teach me to[…]
We have not all been infected by COVID-19, but we have all be affected by it. Some have suffered from the disease, others from the economic toll and still others from the isolation of quarantine. At Shepherds’ Support we continue to pray and seek God’s leading for additional new ways to serve our international partners. God has[…]