News & Stories
September 20, 2012
“Our culturally diverse body, which represents nine ethnicities, prays for and cares for each other’s needs,” says Alliance international worker Brad Reynolds. “Our desire is to be a praying church-one that is completely dependent on God and His leading.”
August 16, 2012
What we love about these and other short-term teams is that real ministry happens. God arranges just the right people at just the right time.
Students are learning more than a language when they attend an Alliance English camp outreach. Alliance international workers are excited and encouraged as camp attendees express an interest in knowing Jesus after using God’s Word to learn English.
When a university student in Bangkok visits a coffee shop, she receives far more than a cup of java.
August 6, 2012
There is a movement afoot in the Church today, bringing with it fresh ideas, shifting focus and new strategies. This movement has the ability to completely shake what we thought was most important and to challenge us to look anew at what our churches value. This movement is about kids.
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..
June 20, 2012
It is difficult to be a “rich” person in a society where many are desperately poor. Although it is a blessing to help others, how far do you go and where do you draw the lines? These are issues with which I often struggle.
Curious why this normally quiet and reserved boy had been transformed into one who resembled a dog chasing after a new toy, Mr. Coleman quickly opened the envelope . . . it seems important to Steven. Mr. Coleman marked his calendar and filled out the RSVP card.
April 19, 2012
It’s hard to avoid giving in to fear. The secret police are always watching and have been known to infiltrate many groups. With the pastor’s endorsement of our intentions, regardless of possible consequences, we believed it was a sign of God’s work in the church leader’s life and in his congregation.
March 13, 2012
“… What a difference your faithful giving has made for two villages in the third-poorest country in the world!” wrote the Hanscomes from Mali, recently. “All of this was made possible because of gifts to the Great Commission Fund!” The Hanscomes were referring to a medical outreach that included partnering with the Alliance church in Mali and a medical team from an Alliance church in Omaha. The team experienced remarkable spiritual breakthroughs in these Malian communities, previously shrouded in spiritual darkness. Before the outreach, there had been just one believer between the two villages. Now there are more than 25!
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