By Impact Middle East Women in the Middle East often face oppression in society and may be victims of violence in the home. Recently, we created a video, “Jordan: To Have Value,” featuring three refugee women who describe their lives before and after coming to the Impact Middle East church
When Sheila Etherington moved to Rwanda as a missionary in 1983, she worked as a nurse at Kibogora hospital in southwest Rwanda. There, she met and worked with Dr. Al Snyder, who along with others, showed her examples of living a life of servanthood. Etherington served during the Rwanda genocide,
By Thom and Sherry Cahill, Kenya During these last six months, since we returned to Kenya, God has been working. We are excited to report some of these ways: 1. Discipleship Training. God has used us to disciple pastors and spouses and lay leadership. From one-on-one to group settings, God
By David and Sarah Clemente, Taiwan and Southeast Asia While talking about the Chinese people from the Mainland, Wendy mentioned stories that her parents told her, Jane recounted some movies describing the beautiful northwest regions of the country and Jenny quoted one of her missionary friends who recently visited this
By Julie Yerger, Rwanda Marianne delivered twin boys at home. She kept them there, because she was hoping to avoid hospital costs. One baby died the first day; the second one she brought to the hospital when he was three days old. He weighed only 2.5 lbs. but was born
By Mitch Pierce, Northern Europe Regional Director The Free Methodist Church in Europe is pleased to announce, after 14 years of waiting, disappointment and uncertainty, Rev. Eleazar Habiyakare has been granted refugee status in Belgium. What a great answer to prayer! We wish to thank everyone who has been praying
Written by Christiana Long, L+L Staff Writer Kati McNamara along with Yoli, a Hungarian native, help run a monthly ladies coffee morning program in Györ, Hungary. The group has met off and on for several years, but for the last couple years, there has been a regular attendance each month.
Written by Christiana Long, L+L Staff Writer From a young age, Keith and Jenna have wanted to be missionaries. They believe the Lord placed this call on both of their lives, and, ever since, they’ve had to wait patiently for His timing. God seems to be really good at placing