Don’t Wait For a Funeral To Say What You Really Want To Say!

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Today I did a short video for a friend who is receiving an award and recognition for his life work to this point. It was a privilege to communicate just a bit of the huge respect and love I have for him. He is a man of integrity, love for Jesus, great compassion, and he […]

Teen Carries Injured Competitor In Race

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As a past runner for my cross country team in high school, this story really made me smile!  Wouldn’t we all like someone to stop and help us out in life even if it meant their giving up a better position at the finish line?  Click the link below to hear about this heart-warming story […]

Student discipleship meets mission funding

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Originally Posted by Fieldnotes Magazine Author’s note: Lightbearers Ministries is a nonprofit organization that took part in the 2013 Praxis Accelerator Program. Kevin McCollum, Executive Director of Lightbearers Ministries, shared with Fieldnotes Magazine in July 2013 for this article. Can college students in Arkansas fund global missions simply by paying rent? Lightbearers Ministries thought they could, […]

Little Dresses For Africa


Here is something simple that you can do, that won’t be too costly and will make a huge impact on a little girl in Africa.  How about making her a pillow case dress?  Even a novice seamstress can make one.  If you have young daughters at home it would be really fun to make one […]

The Power of Ten

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Originally Posted on No.41 Changing the World for One “Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.” -Socrates I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that our ladies have found their flames working at No.41. They are learning just how dearly loved they are, not just by us, but […]

The Gift of Sight


Originally Posted on The Samaritans Purse International Relief Site An optometrist on the Ruth Bell River Boat helps open eyes to spiritual truth through his compassionate care while traveling to isolated communities on the Amazon Tom Ovington is the community health and logistics assistant in the Samaritan’s Purse Bolivia office. “And behold, two blind men […]

K-Life Keeps It Real

K-Life is a community-wide, interdenominational Christian ministry of discipleship and fellowship for youth and their families. Through a variety of activities (weekly clubs, small group Bible studies, mission trips, ski trips, and monthly events), K-Life kids grow in their faith and have lots of fun in the process. They learn that following Christ and discovering His […]

Chick-Fil-A Shocked The World By Closing For A Valiant Reason You’ll Never Guess

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In honor of the passing of S. Truett Cathy, founder of Chick-fil-A we want to share this post about just one small generous thing one restaurant did recently.  Mr. Cathy passed away peacefully yesterday, September 8th, at the age of 93.  Credited with creating the original Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich and pioneering in-mall fast food, Cathy […]

The Justification of the Poultry Project

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We enjoy spotlighting some of our favorite causes.  We hope you’ll enjoy learning about what they do to spread generosity all around the world.  And remember if you ever want to support one of these awesome causes you can either do so by going directly to them or you can shop for things you need […]

How long would you wait for a sewing machine?

Originally Posted on Hope International Blog, June 10, 2014 In this excerpt from a recent HOPE event, HOPE’s president and CEO, Peter Greer, demonstrates the urgency felt by those in poverty as they try to build a better future for their families. He also paints a picture of how Christ-centered microenterprise development can accelerate the […]

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