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Using Our Gifts to Serve

Woman bringing a pan of food to a neighbor

The boy had only 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish. It wasn’t much for a crowd of more than 5,000, but he approached the disciples anyway.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Lorna Bius

Lorna Bius in Clarkston, Georgia

“I am so thankful for the love of Christ in my life, and I love to tell others about Him,” said Lorna Bius, a Send Relief missionary who shows and shares Christ’s love with refugees every day in her community of

Game Night: Help Those Struggling with Addiction Get Back on Track

close-up of the game of Life

On the way to the perfect life, sometimes we experience a detour. If that detour involves drug or alcohol addiction, hopelessness is often the outcome.

“Give Us a Team”

five people holding each other's hands

When Regina and Kaleb Seabolt* moved to South Asia 12 years ago, they embraced the vibrant colors, energetic culture, and hot, humid weather. They poured their lives into sharing the gospel with the people there.

Working with Refugees, Stage 2: Found a Faith-Based Ministry

female volunteer posing with refugees she is teaching

Stage 1 of working with refugees is getting to know them by talking to and listening to them. Once you’ve done this, it is time to move to stage 2—founding a faith-based ministry to refugees.

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New Job an Answer to Prayer for Retired Missionaries

Claudia and John Brown

In the Missions Inspiration article in the November 2018 issue of Missions Mosaic, retired missionary Claudia Brown shared her story of taking an early retirement and transitioning back to US soil

Make a Doll Kit to Pack in Your Christmas Shoebox

examples of doll kits

The Operation Christmas Child shoebox project is special to me. Thinking of the opportunity to give to a child who has so little and spread Jesus’ love is heartwarming. Here’s a doll kit to make for packing in a shoebox. I make a simple pillow, blanket, and tote. I purchase the dolls at a discount store.

Prayer: A Different Question to Consider for Leadership

woman's group Bible study praying and discussing Scripture

“Lord, I confess my prayer life doesn’t feel very mature,” I prayed. It wasn’t as if I lacked things to pray about or occasions to praise God. In that season, a genuine desire for increased spiritual maturity prompted me to evaluate my private prayer life.

Faithful Prayers to a Faithful God

hand of girl writing in journal

I sat in my mission pastor’s office days before I was scheduled to get on a plane and move thousands of miles away to South Asia, and what did I do? I cried.

From the Bean Field to the Missions Field

Opening my Missions Mosaic magazine for September 2018, I was anxious to read and learn the wonderful things God is accomplishing through our missionaries both in America and faraway lands.

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