Building Kingdom unity amongst church leaders can be a lot like herding cats. Over the past months our partner, Arto, has faced challenges as he continued to build unity amongst church leaders in Armenia. It has not been easy to break down the denominational barriers to advance the Gospel.
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.
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[…]
How Can We Feed Them All? That’s a bit of how I felt these past few weeks as we pulled into the parking lot of a large apartment complex filled with hungry and isolated people from all around the world. Oh Lord, these people need to know about you! How will our 50 bags of groceries[…]
How would you describe yourself when asked who you are? By your name, what you do, where you work, your age, what church you attend, where you are from? Our Armenia Conference theme focused on understanding and living according to our Identity in Christ as adopted children of God. Pastor Bob and Chris Burrows did a great[…]