Sangha, a 12-year-old Cambodian boy, shares a glimpse of his day-to-day life in Poipet. Despite living among hidden land mines and poisonous snakes, Sangha and his family find joy and contentment in Jesus and His Word.
A Cambodian woman who lost everything, including her home and most of her family, to the Killing Fields, explains how Jesus restored a peace to her soul that enabled her to love and forgive even those who had taken everything she held dear.
Soeuth Lao, a church planter, relates the challenges and dangers of serving in one of the most dangerous cities in Cambodia. Produced in 2007.
Alliance Core Values – Session 2 (Testimony)
Syna and her husband, Soeuth, have served as church planters in Cambodia since 1995. Syna has a nursing degree, and Soeuth is a graduate of Nyack College and Alliance Theological Seminary.
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Alliance Core Values – Session 4 INTRO(1 Chronicles 29:14)
This introductory clip can be used to start each session or provide a sneak peak of the next session in the series. This core value is intrinsic to the nature and structure of The Alliance. Scripture encourages us to remember that the amount of money we have or how much we give is secondary to recognizing that everything we have belongs to God. We are His stewards.
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.
Addressing our country's recent racial tensions, Dr. John Stumbo reminds us that the body of Christ must be united.
Alliance Council 2015 - Saturday Evening Service
Long Beach, California
This video recap of the week at council will inspire and remind you of the move of God during this previous week.
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Thursday, July 7 – morning session
Jefferson Bethke uses the prodigal son parable to express how some rebel against God and some reject Him.
Is Fear Driving Our Decisions?
Fear is a societal trend church leaders need to factor into their thinking, praying, leading, and preaching. Praise God we have not been given a spirit of fear but of power, love, and self-control.
The Word is Going Forward
France is home to over 600,000 believers, which is less than 1 percent of the population. But there is a definite sense that the Word of God is active and that the harvest has begun one by one.
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An Alliance church in Eagle River, Alaska, considered the escalating number of military personnel in its community and determined to fold them into its family. Find out more about Alliance work at www.cmalliance.org/resources/missions
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Alliance workers labor to revive the church in Germany, which, amidst the ornate cathedrals, is viewed as antiquated and irrelevant.
A man in Kosovo shares how a local recycling business has become an outreach to workers in need of Jesus.
Dr. David Hearn, president of the C&MA in Canada, shares his vision for a prayer movement within the worldwide Alliance family.
A Chilean pastor working in Paraguay explains how the legacy of Alliance missions inspired him and others to "go."
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