Mission Stories & News

Donelda's Story

The villagers are amazed at the sudden change in Donelda. A Gitxsan* native of northern Canada, she was previously known in the village of Gitanyow, as the “Evil Woman”, for she was an alcoholic, mean tempered, and abusive to her children.
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About My Father's Business

I’m about my Father’s business now. Whatever I end up doing, I know God will always be leading me, and where He leads me, I will follow.
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Talking About Final Exams

Of all the things I’m supposed to understand, God and His grace are the most important. After all, what else am I here for?
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My Part of the Story

We all have choices to make in a broken world. We can sit back and watch in fear, or we can ask God how He can use us to be a part of His healing process.
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Changed

One of the most common desires for change expressed by new volunteers is that they need to get away from the many things that “run” their lives, so they can get a new focus on what is important.
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Dear Friends

I came to Denmark thinking that I was just fulfilling a promise that I made to God. Little did I know that God had something much more profound in store for me during the time that I would be in His service.
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