Resources

God Sees You & Has Compassion

When missionary, Tracey Eide, arrived in Krakow, Poland, she was asked if she'd be willing to start a Bible study for moms. The group of Ukrainian refugees, some believers and some not, used the newly Russian-translated "Person of Jesus" study. Read More...

No Pretense

Paul, Jon and Liz continue their conversation about Jesus’ honesty, looking in particular at what we can learn about Jesus and honesty from the disciples he chooses.

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5 Simple Ways to Teach Anyone about Jesus

I try to adapt Bible study materials so that people affected by disability can go beyond where they ever have before in studying the Bible. I want to make sure all of “the gang” (as I lovingly call the kids and adults I teach who are affected by disabilities) can learn the Bible. Read More...

The Gift of Honesty

We’re at the start of a new podcast series called “Jesus & Honesty.” In these episodes, we’ll be focusing on Jesus’ stunning, others-centered honesty. In today’s conversation, we start by looking at this strange “Gift of Honesty.

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Marinating in A Praying Life

As we experience ongoing growth and new opportunities, we are very pleased to announce a much-needed addition to the "A Praying Life" team! Adam Barker has joined us as our new Southwest Coordinator. Read More...

On Knowing Christ and the Power of His Resurrection

For many years, my favorite Bible passage has been the Apostle Paul's words in Philippians 3:10 - "I want to know Christ and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of sharing in His sufferings, becoming like Him in His death."… But somehow, in the blindness of my flesh, I forgot or ignored the words which told me how my Father in heaven would make it happen. Read More...

Relational Legalism

We continue our series on Jesus & Compassion by looking at two stories that highlight how we get legalistic in relationships — starting with Mary & Martha.

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Seeing with Jesus, In Portrait Mode

Reading the Gospels over, it is clear that Jesus could see in portrait mode. Of course, he could also take in a panorama! But over and over again, as Paul Miller points out, we see him “see” people, move toward them in compassion, and act on their behalf. Read More...

New Battlefields

As a member of the Pennsylvania National Guard, Ross Burns, seeJesus' new Military Trainer, desires to bring Jesus' hope into the military. "It's a rough time in the military, for sure," shares Ross. The service men and women of the United States need the refuge of Jesus. Read More...

The Beauty of the Gospel is Jesus

With secularism on the rise, youth groups are one ministry that still draws people from outside the Church. Veteran youth pastor, Christian Graham, recently joined seeJesus as Mid-Atlantic Student Ministries Coordinator, and the heart of his ministry is to connect students with the Person of Jesus. Read More...

Extremely Exhausted & Uniquely United

Our Eurasia Coordinator, Richard, recently traveled to Romania to deliver resources for our partners at UDG, a Christian university in Moldova engaged in Ukrainian refugee ministry. He met so many people who are being the hands and feet of Jesus to those who are displaced! Read More...

The Father’s Joy in Resurrection

God is the one taking action in Jesus’ resurrection. The Apostle Paul is pointing out something that's really important for love: we do the dying, but God does the resurrecting. This doesn't mean that we’re completely passive in resurrection. But the energy, ideas, and the people that help—all of that is from the father. It's the father's gift to us... Read More...