The Alliance Year-End Offering
This is our chance to help Alliance workers and churches rise to the challenge of ministry in some of the world’s toughest places.
John Stumbo Video Blog No. 16
“What man intends for evil, God is actually turning around on its head and using it for good and drawing people to Himself.”
Calming the Storm
Despite the violence and chaos in the streets of Burkina Faso, Jesus has kept Alliance workers, churches, and schools—as well as the vast majority of Burkinabe citizens—safe and sound.
Important Information Regarding Alliance Workers in Guinea
Because our values are rooted in service during such crises, it is with heavy hearts that our team is planning this move...
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Overseas Ministry Opportunities
For over 125 years, Alliance people have been going into all the earth and making disciples. As international, vocational, marketplace, and relief workers, chaplains or interns, the opportunity to serve is expansive.
Around the world, the Alliance family celebrates Jesus. As one of our own says, “There is no heart He cannot reach, no wound He cannot heal, no bondage He cannot break...” Jesus said He came for the sick, not the well (Mark 2:17), and we’ve experienced His divine restoration. That’s why we’re passionate to take His good news—in word and deed—to those desperate for hope in every segment of our broken world.
Mon, November 24, 2014
I can do all things through Christ —Philippians 4:13
Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy set before him endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. —Hebrews 12:2
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This week in Indonesia
On November 18, Barry and Patty Jordan, along with other professors, will present their freshmen university students with a call to purity; pray for transformed lives. Also, Barry and Patty will host a Thanksgiving “pie fest” at their house and youth center on November 22 for their 100 English club students. Pray for good attendance and opportunities to build relationships.
Marinus, the director of the Senanti Discipleship School, partners with the Jordans. After he had recovered from cancer three years ago, the disease returned. He is in Malaysia undergoing chemotherapy. Pray for permanent healing and for encouragement for him and his family.