More from this season: Alliance Video Magazine 31.1
In Mali, West Africa—one of the 25 poorest countries in the world—hard manual labor is part of daily life. Most city families hire a domestic worker, often a young girl from a remote village. Hands of Honor provides training to these girls in three areas—literacy, health, and life/job skills.
Learn how House of Hope helps young women in Chile transition from living in an orphanage to being part of the adult world.
Short clips of different cultures that the Alliance serves are shown as a poem about the importance of missions is read.
Daybreak Church held a 5K that raised $13,000 for the Great Commission Fund, not including the offerings they took at the service they held after the race.
More from this genre: Changed Lives
Alliance workers strive to build not just a church but a greater community of believers in Montevideo, Uruguay.
In the aftermath of Ebola, international workers in Guinea share the love of Jesus to those impacted by the epidemic.
Alliance workers in Kosovo provide physical and spiritual healing to a boy and his family.
A student in Paris, France, explains how architecture and Christian community brought him passion and joy in the midst of his emptiness.
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.
Related video: “From Nothing to Everything”
Dr. John Stumbo, in France, tells of a woman moved by an Alliance worker's answered prayer for her child's healing.
Dr. John Stumbo shares a story of a Middle Eastern woman in Paris hoping to go back and share Christ with her unbelieving family.
A former Buddhist shares his testimony of how God's love brought him from a place of nothingness to a place of joy.
Raed Awabdeh shares how the Arab-American Learning Center in Sacramento cares for the physical and spiritual needs of refugees.
A pastor in Baghdad shares how the Lord is working in lives despite threats of terrorism and persecution.
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.
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.
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