More from this genre: Changed Lives
Dr. John Stumbo emphasizes that our true identity in Christ is found not through our works but in our relationship with Him.
Dr. John Stumbo reminds the Alliance family of our privilege to love others in the name of Jesus.
Fourfold Gospel – Session 2 (Supplemental)
Visits by boat take Alliance worker Phil Stombaugh to Seesay, the lone believer on an island with 20,000 residents off the coast of Guinea, West Africa. Eager for Phil's teaching, Seesay's enthusiasm to learn about God spills over into the lives of his family and neighbors. Produced in 2009.
Alliance workers strive to build not just a church but a greater community of believers in Montevideo, Uruguay.
After having turned to Shamans and fetishes to protect him from the murderous bandits that ravage the region, Célestin encounters Jesus, his true Protector, in an Alliance church in northern Congo.
A Congolese Christian gives his testimony about finding peace and security in Jesus.
Relive the journey of five young missionaries who followed God's Call to Africa in 1884. Produced in 2006.
Moved so deeply by God’s call to begin a spiritual legacy among the people in his city, Célestin starts a school to equip children academically and nurture them in the knowledge of the Truth, proclaiming, “together, God’s people can accomplish great things.”
More from this genre: U.S. Church
The Speaking Voice of God - Psalm 25
North Springs Alliance Church
God is speaking… are we listening? In this, his second monthly video blog, C&MA President John Stumbo invites pastors and workers to “stay in the conversation.”
Dr. Bubna boldy challenged the C&MA General Council
"If the percentage of giving to the Great Commission Fund from Alliance churches ever drops below 10%, it's time to take the word Missionary out of our name."
Jordan Christopher, managing producer of the Alliance Video office, experienced firsthand the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy during a recent visit to the hurricane-ravaged Metropolitan District. In this video, Jordan shares his thoughts about the visit. Visit cmalliance.org/news/2012/11/16/thanksgiving-after-the-storm/ to learn more or to make an online donation.
Colorado Springs, Colorado
While hiking the Manitou Incline, John Stumbo reminds us that some things aren't meant to be done alone. Ministry is one of them.
More from this season: Alliance Snap Shots Volume 1
Alliance workers labor to revive the church in Germany, which, amidst the ornate cathedrals, is viewed as antiquated and irrelevant.
A Cambodian woman shares her story about finding Jesus and forgiving her former oppressors.
A Chilean pastor and his wife share their journey of raising up a church and joining the Lord in His mission for the lost.
An Alliance pastor rallies his church and small Nebraska community to build a home for a family who lost everything in a flood.
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Children's disciplemaking specialist Melissa MacDonald urges us to instruct and guide children beyond just the point of conversion.
Birte began attending Open Door church plant in East Berlin and eventually made a commitment to follow Jesus. With the help of Alliance workers and church friends, Birte has established a Christian preschool to teach children about Jesus.
A couple in Paraguay gives the testimony of how their third child was born healthy despite a devastating prognosis from doctors.
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