Person of Jesus study with Ukrainian refugees
Person of Jesus

God Sees You & Has Compassion

Liz Voboril | November 4, 2022

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.
A mother and her four children arrive at UDG

Extremely Exhausted & Uniquely United

Liz Voboril | May 18, 2022

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!
Mrs. García prepares food for a team dinner in Yamaranguila.
Person of Jesus

Lavish Hospitality in Humble Places

Liz Voboril | February 8, 2022

Débora Ramirez was shocked when the border agent told her team they could not enter Honduras. “Fifty pastors were there waiting for us,” said Deb. “I really felt like God wanted us to go, and now he’d closed the door right in our faces!” What happened next was truly God's plan for the team.
Hong Kong

Resurrection Guaranteed!

Jon | November 11, 2021

As the training for a group of leaders in Arizona was coming to a close, one of the senior leaders asked me two questions that hushed the room: “Where do you think the American church will be in 50-100 years?... Is there any hope?”

Jesus and Tribalism

Paul E. Miller | September 10, 2020

America is infected with tribalism like never before. “What would Jesus do?” seems simplistic, almost trite, but I can’t think of a better time than now to reflect on that question.