A story of healing and courage
A boy in Mali, ostracized because of a deformity, enjoys new hope and acceptance with the help of an Alliance medical team’s surgical skills and passion to introduce him to Jesus.
Dennis Whalen, C&MA vice president for Development, explains how participating in the 2013 Alliance Year-End Offering will help U.S. Alliance churches fulfill their call to extend the light of Jesus to the darkest areas of the world.
Providing physical and spiritual healing
After a difficult year in 2014, CAMA's Hope Clinic in Guinea, West Africa, is slowly getting back to evangelical outreach and compassionate medical care.
President John Stumbo challenges The Alliance family to help answer the cries of displaced, oppressed, and suffering peoples in some of the world's most hopeless places. Led by His Spirit, strengthened by your prayers, and supported by your generosity, we CAN do something. We ARE doing something. And WE WILL DO MORE!
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Alliance workers in Indonesia serve children and youth in their community and show them the unconditional love of Jesus.
Music lessons have opened the door to share the good news with students at the Grain of Wheat Center in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. A number of male students are now being discipled in their new walk with Jesus and plan to attend leadership training classes. It is a hopeful sign for this nation that has suffered a lack of strong male leadership following decades of communist rule.
A young mother in Mali tells of how God used a local ministry center to care for her and her son.
A man in Kosovo shares how God's love became real to him and how he hopes to introduce that love to others.
Alliance Council 2015 - Saturday Morning Session
Crown College baseball coach, Mike Gmetro, tells the story of how God healed him from Crohn’s disease at Alliance Council 2013.
Alliance Council 2015 - Thursday Evening Session
Long Beach, California
I love y'all, for real, but sometimes you make me feel dumb. - Micah Bournes
Alliance Council 2015 - Wednesday Evening Session
The Apostle’s Creed recited by people from all walks of life.
Chaplain Dave Bowlus must 'walk the talk' when his convoy takes a direct hit in Afghanistan. Produced in 2006.
More from this genre: U.S. Church
Mike Gmetro from Crown College shares his story of physical healing and deepening his walk with Jesus.
John admonishes church leaders to “Keep watch over yourselves and the flock that’s entrusted to your care” by making the gift of Sabbath an indispensable element in our weekly rhythm.
Alliance Core Values – Session 7 (Testimony)
Ron is dean of Alliance Theological Seminary in Nyack, New York. His wife, Wanda, is director for Spiritual Formation at Nyack College. They have four children.
Tuesday, July 5 – evening session
Francis Chan expresses the majesty and sovereignty of the Lord through what we take for granted in life.
More from this location: United States
Who is the Alliance? It's Me! Listen as Jim shares what it means to be The Alliance in his community. Produced in 2006.
Alliance Council 2015 - Friday Evening Session
Long Beach, California
Charles Galbreath is senior pastor of Clarendon Road Church in Brooklyn, New York.
Fourfold Gospel (Promotional Segment)
This introductory video explains how the C&MA DNA study series has been created to increase our understanding of what it means to live victoriously in Christ—to “be Alliance”—embracing God’s plans, purposes, and empowerment for our lives.
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