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  • When God Provides Fish

    World Challenge Staff
    October 27, 2020

    Our partners in Haiti recently had the opportunity to work with a fishing community to heal and preserve their livelihoods.

    Recently, Medical Ambassadors Haiti (MAH) was asked for help from one of our local fishing communities. The issue was that the fishermen were using the same old fishing techniques that had been passed down through generations, but the number and size of fish caught had been insufficient for a long time.

  • Are You Actually Listening?

    Rachel Chimits
    October 26, 2020

    As we go through life, how often do we really take time to love and care for others, especially those people we don’t like very much?

    Franklin D. Roosevelt took the office of president in the middle of the Great Depression and then lead the United States through World War II. While he was helming the nation through one of its hardest decades, he was struggling with partial paralysis as the result of polio.

  • Hearing the Voice of the Lord

    World Challenge Staff
    October 22, 2020

    One believer received the strangest urge from the Spirit and witnessed a little miracle when he obeyed this mysterious call.

    The heart of the church and their discipleship movement is to always keep your eyes open for people in need around you, always look for God’s hand on people and listen to his voice as you interact with others.

  • A Second Chance at Life

    Rachel Chimits
    October 19, 2020

    World Challenge’s partners in Swaziland are helping one very special woman find her way into God’s healing and care.

    Growing up, Claudia was constantly on the move. Her parents’ jobs took the family from country to country, and her young life was a blur of one new school after another. She focused on her studies, though, and was very academically gifted, so she finished high school at age 15.

  • The Degree of Sin and Forgiveness

    Rachel Chimits
    October 16, 2020

    Most of us operate under the assumption that some sins are worse than others and harder to forgive, but is this a biblical idea?

    Philip Yancey related a disturbing conversation he’d had with a friend on the topic of forgiveness, reflecting on a historical event he had read about that echoed humanity’s troubled understanding of forgiveness.

  • Building the Purpose Driven Pulpit

    World Challenge Staff
    October 15, 2020

    When we’re building a ministry team or pushing our church to grow, how do we strategically develop a purposeful and driven group of mature believers?

    Ravi Zacharias traveled around the world, ‘helping the thinker to believe and the believers to think.’ He often brought several apprentices with him, young apologists who would work alongside him on these trips. One of these was a young man who had recently converted from Islam to Christianity. His name was Nabeel Qureshi.