More from this genre: Changed Lives
Dr. John Stumbo reminds us of the urgency to clearly communicate the gospel to the unreached peoples of our world.
A student in Paris, France, explains how architecture and Christian community brought him passion and joy in the midst of his emptiness.
New York City, New York
Teenagers and adults at an outreach in New York rejuvenate a community through their clean-up and God's love.
A man in Puerto Rico, once facing a severe illness, finds healing as he trusts in God and receives prayer from his Alliance church family.
Alliance Council 2015 - Saturday Morning Session
An Alliance missionary couple from Paraguay gives testimony of God’s power displayed through the healing of their son.
A pastor in Baghdad shares how the Lord is working in lives despite threats of terrorism and persecution.
Alliance Council 2015 - Thursday Audio Podcast
Long Beach, California
Jordan Christopher hosts this audio day-in-review interview of delegates and guests at Alliance Council 2015.
Alliance workers in Liberia share how a marriage class they started has led to changed lives in spite of turmoil.
More from this genre: Deeper Life
With a pre-evangelistic flavor, Alliance worker Stephanie Beers opens her kitchen to the women of Guayaquil, Ecuador's professional class. Stephanie's vision is to share the Bread of Life with spiritually hungry women through cooking classes. Produced in 2009.
Wednesday, July 6 – morning session
Francis Chan challenges us to put aside our ideas of God in order to understand the Father’s true character.
Saturday, July 9 – evening session
Tim Meier explains that the end goal of life is not to be a sensation but to surrender everything to God.
A young nurse in the Middle East is directly impacted by terrorism and must choose whether she will be motivated by fear or by love.
More from this genre: Spiritual Warfare
God is calling the people of Burkina Faso back to Himself. As the Holy Spirit spoke to members of the new congregation, they became determined to spread the gospel among their own people. Watch as workers and nationals share the story of broken strongholds and a powerful Savior.
This 3-part series shows the remarkable 50-year journey that brought the Hmong from being an Unreached People Group to a missionary-sending body. Produced in 2005.
A village curse proves powerless against a local pastor. As spiritual forces in dark places continue to plague a courageous Alliance pastor, villagers are amazed by his God. Produced in 2007.
Years after being impacted by a terrorist attack in the Middle East, an Alliance workers reflects on her decision to be motivated by love over fear.
More from this genre: U.S. Church
Session 8: Tim Crouch and Tim Meier
Tim Crouch and Tim Meier give us stories of the amazing things that happen when we respond to God's call.
“You, Lord, keep my lamp burning. My God turns my darkness into light.” The light of the Father shines upon us. And we, as Christ followers, enjoy the light of His presence. The world is a place of pain and despair. But Jesus illuminates the dark areas of our lives, and His strength is made perfect in our weakness. Through Him, we go and make disciples of all nations, pointing lost people to the One who gives eternal life. Your gift to the Great Commission Sunday offering will help enlighten the lives of lost, suffering and displaced people with the light of Jesus Christ—the only One who can turn their darkness into light. www.cmalliance.org/gcsunday
John Stumbo reminds us of Christ's plan that all peoples would come before Him to worship.
Alliance workers in Indonesia serve children and youth in their community and show them the unconditional love of Jesus.
More from this season: Alliance Snap Shots Volume 1
Mike Gmetro from Crown College shares his story of physical healing and deepening his walk with Jesus.
At Alliance Council 2015, President John Stumbo encourages the Alliance family to live in preparedness for Christ's return.
A couple in Paraguay gives the testimony of how their third child was born healthy despite a devastating prognosis from doctors.
A former Envision staff member in El Salvador quotes Alliance founder, A.B. Simpson, about the need to be meek, broken, and yielded.
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