My husband Brian just came back from Guatemala on a mission trip. Even though I did not physically travel, it feels like my heart did.
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When Bryan found Nilo, he was naked, wounded, and headed toward death. The team at Humanility was able to care for him and hear this boy's story of near escape.
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For Kent and Judy, this recent retreat with international college students was a great time of disciple-making.
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Years ago, when my son was first diagnosed with autism around age 2, it felt like his life—and mine—were over. On Sundays at church, I struggled to hold back tears while hearing the worship songs.
Because of our LifeGroup, my husband and I know we have friends who will roll up their sleeves and get into the mess with us.
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Vianey & Yvonne Kayinamura lived as farmers in DR Congo until war forced them with their 12 kids to Rwanda. They lived in the refugee camp for 18 years.
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My name is Dulce Leith. I am from Guadalajara, Mexico. About seven years ago my twins were born, but one of my babies died. Pastor Nando heard about this from someone in his congregation, so he came to visit me with his family, to pray for me, and to bring gifts for my baby, Nicolas.
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Jesus trades the rags of our pain for his healing life. Four Bent Tree family members share how they’ve found this to be true in their own lives.
Simone Sanders was six months pregnant when she experienced Journey to the Cross 2014. She shares what she learned about Jesus' sacrifice:
Bob Baldridge shares about a season when God changed him and brought him into community.