News & Stories
March 18, 2013
Urban ministry is definitely about the long haul. Breaking the cycles of addiction, poverty, and violence takes time.
Oftentimes we go to difficult places in remote villages among the Khmer people in Cambodia.
“You know that Bible you got for me? I read it already. Do you have another one?” He thought maybe there was a sequel.
Alliance church planters Todd and Jennifer Grant are working to eliminate the culture of fear as they shine Jesus’ light into the Los Angeles suburb of Watts.
September 7, 2012
An Alliance church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, faces massive repairs in the wake of Hurricane Isaac, while other Gulf Coast Alliance churches escape the brunt of the storm.
July 17, 2012
Using their own offering money, a group of Christians in Cambodia traveled almost 100 km. to share the gospel with an unreached people to share with them the life-changing news about Jesus. There were no churches or Christians in this area, where it said that evil spirits have many strongholds..
May 30, 2012
After years of meeting under a rickety shelter without walls, members of a church plant in Burkina Faso recently dedicated their new worship center. Characters in this I Corinthians 12 story, include a local landowner, a Burkina youth group, and an Alliance church in Pennsylvania.
May 2, 2012
Church partnerships are vital for creative-access workers By Joseph F. Jalkiewicz It was a wet, rainy morning in September 2011 when Jim Entwistle, Missions and Service pastor at Fellowship Alliance Chapel (FAC) in Medford, New Jersey, and his team boarded a jet at JFK International in New York City. One layover and 14 hours later, […]
February 16, 2012
Alliance missionaries brought the good news to the Dogon, a tribal people in Mali bound by ancestor and spirit worship, in 1931. Today, there are an estimated 15,000 Dogon believers, celebrating the culmination of decades of work—the translation of the Bible into their heart language.
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.
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