Loving Our Neighbors

We all want a better world for our children, the next generation, and ourselves. When Jesus said in the gospel that we are to “love our neighbors as ourselves,” I believe that he was not calling us to feel something for our neighbors–a passive fondness from afar. […]

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Discovering Dignity in Uganda (Part 3 of 3)

We’ve shared Juliet and Justine’s stories with you. If the Lord is prompting you to help, to dive into a call to Uganda, here are tangible ways you can do just that: Sponsor a Sewing Machine – $150: We have many classes going on now. We teach […]

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Discovering Dignity in Uganda (Part 2 of 3)

Lumuli is a village halfway between Entebbe and Kampala in the country of Uganda. We have met many women in this beautiful village. These women come hungry, not just for food, but many for the Word of God, discipleship events, and fellowship through relationships with other women […]

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Discovering Dignity in Uganda (Part 1 of 3)

It’s a beautiful, tropical day in Ntinda, a well-known village on the northeast of Kampala, Uganda. It is known as “Minister’s Village” because many Uganda Cabinet Ministers live or own homes there. On this day, Juliet*, a woman who has just recently come to know the Lord, […]

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The Storm

“The same God who creates the storm is the God who calms the storm.” I have been fortunate enough to visit Haiti five times, so I’m familiar with the sights of poverty, the smell of burning garbage, the heat and humidity, and the traffic in a country so […]

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Here I Am! Send Me: A Case for Short Term Missions

2 Timothy 2:15 Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth. I get it. There is a huge black eye on short-term missions. The new swanky term the haters […]

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We are Family

I had not anticipated the encounter. In fact, in my usual way, I was running around getting a hundred “to-do’s” done. I had left home to get ice cream for a Father’s Day event. As I was heading down the road in a hurry, thinking about all […]

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An Eye-Opening Journey

As my study abroad group traipsed through the airport upon arriving in Haiti, I began feeling overwhelmed: a language I didn’t know, a culture I didn’t understand, and people completely different from me. I’d seen Haiti on the news before and wondered if I should feel scared. […]

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The IMF Philosophy: Unpacked

“The journey through uncharted waters seldom disappoints.” We could write for days about our philosophy! (Don’t worry, we won’t!) We love the nod to the open seas. Our ministry partners are located all over the globe – across oceans, over mountains, and on the other side of […]

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