December 29, 2011
When Mr. Tsai was in the last stages of lung cancer, Alliance workers in Taiwan visited him in the hospital and shared Jesus with him. They asked the Alliance family to pray for Mr. Tsai as he considered putting his trust in God. In answer to those prayers, the Lord used several Christians from different churches (including [...]
When Mr. Tsai was in the last stages of lung cancer, Alliance worker visited him in the hospital and shared Jesus with him. They asked the Alliance family to pray for him as he considered putting his trust in God, along with the ramifications of that decision.
December 28, 2011
The Alliance is starting a ministry center in Ishinomaki, Japan—one of the hardest-hit areas by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami—where more than 3,000 lives were lost. Some people, even after hearing the tsunami sirens, went home to retrieve personal belongings, only to be washed out to sea. “Through this center, we have a unique opportunity to help the hurting,” write Jill and Alan Kropp. “Our plans are to start a ministry that will serve the needs of the whole person, body and soul, and eventually evolve into a sustainable, local church.”
December 27, 2011
A house has been purchased for ministry in one of the hardest-hit areas by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Thousands died; some people, even after hearing the tsunami sirens, went home to retrieve personal belongings, only to be washed out to sea. Many in the region are traumatized, yearning for hope and peace.
December 25, 2011
More than 80 people in Japan heard the gospel, most for the very first time, during a Christmas outreach in a churchless mountain town. They sang Christmas carols, enjoyed a puppet show, and took home gifts of food and Christmas tracts. And they heard “Kentucky Santa” tell them about the real meaning of Christmas.
December 22, 2011
At a Christmas party hosted by an Alliance overseas couple, the assistant principal of a national school asked the family to explain the true meaning of Christmas in a DVD presentation for the entire student body. Read how the couple’s children shared the story of Christmas with their classmates and teachers.
December 20, 2011
“Teresa and I thank God for individuals, like 18-year-old Marivia, who show us that through a new birth and a humble heart, nothing is impossible with God,” says Dave Bill, an Alliance worker serving in the Republic of the Congo.
An unconventional U. S. Alliance church plant is bringing the “light of all mankind” to the lost, hurting, and disenfranchised in a multicultural, postmodern metropolis where organized religion is considered irrelevant.
December 16, 2011
Read about a new Christmas list that could change the world …
December 15, 2011
An inspiriing Christmas message from Koutiala Hospital, including a big answer to prayer. Read on!