News & Stories
January 30, 2013
Some women in Burkina Faso lack the education needed to escape the cycle of poverty. Many are forced into prostitution as a means to survive.
For some women in Mali, West Africa, choosing between food or letting a child die is a daily decision. Koutiala is changing that struggle.
Alliance worker Carina Saarloos walks the dusty streets of Bamako, befriending the city’s prostitutes, many of whom are hearing of Jesus’ love for the first time.
January 29, 2013
In the early years of The Alliance movement, a caravan of Alliance workers were forced to flee to Mongolia during China’s Boxer Rebellion.
January 24, 2013
It has recently been reported in news that the American Embassy is urging American citizens to leave Mali.
January 23, 2013
A university student in a creative-access country hears the Christmas story for the first time.
January 22, 2013
“I have a friend who enjoys gambling, and I have prayed for him to stop. One day he went out to gamble. Just then he felt as if there was a person pulling on the corner of his clothing, telling him to stop gambling.” Read the rest of the story . . .
Mrs. Moum, a Cambodian believer, has languished in a hot, filthy prison since May 2011, sentenced for a crime she did not commit. Read how God has used her to start a prison ministry that has gained national attention.
A CAMA worker’s Christmas musings are relevant for the whole year.
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