God is transforming lives in mission and we would like to share these stories of transformation with you. Read about God's work in the stories from our missionaries and short term mission teams.

Following the 2008 earthquake in East Asia, Renchen was left paralyzed and totally dependent. She often felt like a burden to her care-givers, a waste of their time.

Read more: Wasting Time

For weeks, Pastor Moe Aung lived in a mud bath. Every day he crawled down into a hole in the ground and dug with his hands. Twenty-five feet down and thousands of buckets of mud later, he hit an underground stream!

Read more: Wells of Faith

There are walls going up everywhere we look. Some are made of brick and wire, others are made of fear and shame. But God is tearing them down.

Read more: Walls

We first met Rose and her three-year old daughter begging in the streets, almost eight years ago.

Read more: He'll Never Stop

“My teachers did not want to waste their time on me,” Naam said. “Why do you?”

Read more: Nothing Wasted

We watched with heavy hearts when the camp where our Cambodian friends lived was torn down. The condo project for which they had provided labor was completed, and within a day they were gone.

Read more: No Coincidences

Clearly, we had gotten into the wrong taxi.

Read more: Wait

My friends from a church in Canada, Abe and Shirley, had been visiting Germany for three months and had been of great encouragement to me personally.

Read more: To Give and Receive

She had no idea what to do.

Heading home to see her family for the first time in over a year, Aisha asked me to pray with her.

Read more: In the Garden

The refugee crisis is not over. In many ways, we are only just beginning to see the effects, and the fruit, of this global phenomenon.

Read more: Modeling Love in a Climate of Fear

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