World’s Largest Muslim Country Evangelism

World’s Largest Muslim Country

The world’s largest Muslim population is not in the Middle East nor are its members ethnic Arabs. That surprises many people. More Muslims live in the Asian country of Indonesia than anywhere else.Unique in many ways, Indonesia is also marked…
Brenda Parker
February 3, 2012
A Nose for Teaching Leadership Development

A Nose for Teaching

“Take a look at the nose of the person sitting next to you.” Marlene LeFever, a master teacher with David C Cook, was instructing 1,100 Christian teachers in Mexico. “Now imagine what that nose would look like on your face!” The…
Global Resources
February 1, 2012
Father Unknown Discipleship

Father Unknown

The sprawling red-light district of Mumbai, a huge city once called Bombay, is home to thousands of prostitutes or, in polite language, commercial sex workers. It's also home to their children, who have no idea who their fathers might be.…
Global Resources
January 28, 2012
I Will Not Kill My Father! Discipleship

I Will Not Kill My Father!

Nikhileshwar’s story is horrifying. Several years ago he saw his father overpower his mother, tie a rope around her neck and hang her as he watched. His mother died. His father ran from the house and has not been seen…
Global Resources
January 24, 2012
No Smiles Yet Discipleship

No Smiles Yet

In the coming month, nearly 200 more kids will join new J127 clubs, among them the children shown in this photo. How different they look compared to the smiles and bright eyes usually seen on the faces of children already…
Global Resources
January 23, 2012
Even on Vacation Evangelism

Even on Vacation

The two small islands of St. Kitts and Nevis are one nation, officially the smallest country in the Western Hemisphere for both their diminutive physical size and a population of only about 40,000. The tropical weather and friendly people make…
Brenda Parker
January 21, 2012
No Planes, Trains or Automobiles Evangelism

No Planes, Trains or Automobiles

The Shipibo Indians live in a remote section of the Amazon River basin in Peru. You can’t get there by car, nor is there any scheduled air service. The only way in is by boat or the occasional small amphibious…
Brenda Parker
January 16, 2012
An Amazing Journey Discipleship

An Amazing Journey

“I’m so glad I could go India, not as a tourist,” Mary says, “but to experience the hope in the orphanages we visited.” Now, Mary is not a typical American tourist. She has wide international experience, raised six children and…
Global Resources
January 16, 2012
The Power of a Song Discipleship

The Power of a Song

Every month children in the J127 program learn a new praise and worship song. They sing, dance, draw pictures of the song, and discuss what it means to them. Each special song is an integral part of this club-like program.…
Global Resources
January 10, 2012
AIDS Orphan Tells Her Story Discipleship

AIDS Orphan Tells Her Story

Monica not only lost her parents to AIDS, but inherited the disease from them as well. She’s felt the pain of losing of her family and deep resentment that she was, as a very young person, dealing with an illness…
Global Resources
January 10, 2012
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