More from this genre: Deeper Life
Alliance Core Values – Session 8: (Hebrews 11:6)
For more than a century, Alliance workers have braved harsh and dangerous territory, at great personal risk—even unto death—to take the good news of Jesus to a lost world. Because of the selfless dedication of these workers, entire people groups now know Jesus. Achieving God’s purposes means taking faith-filled risks. This always involves change.
John Stumbo shares one of the goals of missions: to be responsible for evaluating the status of our ministry.
The daughter of an Alliance pastor shares the message of Psalm 112 and its role in her family's ministry.
In a Christ-transformed village in Burkina Faso, families come to church to pray, sing, dance, and rejoice in the Lord!
More from this genre: International Missions
John Stumbo shares his prayer for the Alliance family from Paul’s letter to the Philippians.
Hi. I’m Christian. I never thought I’d be involved in missions work someday. I thought that stuff was best left to the professionals.
Keeping Children Safe
This training focuses on common behavioral patterns associated with child molesters—critical information for caregivers to help reduce a child's vulnerability to abuse.
Keeping Children Safe
In this final lesson, additional appropriate ways to interact with children and how to maximize caregiver accountability is discussed as well as how to deal with cross-cultural norms in child care.
More from this location: United States
Alliance Core Values – Session 5 (Joshua 1:8)
The driving force of The Alliance has always been Jesus’ command from Matthew 28:19—the Great Commission: “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” But the next verse is equally important: “and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you…” Knowing and obeying God’s Word is fundamental to all true success.
At LIFE 2016, John Stumbo shares the lessons he learned from walking through life doubting God's plan.
A pursuit of Jesus Himself
President John Stumbo challenges Christ followers in Alliance churches to live beyond themselves, for blessed is the person whose heart has been made large by the love of God.
Long Beach, California
Join the Alliance family on May 26–31, as we gather to worship our risen King, experience His renewing power, and celebrate what He is doing in our midst.
More from this season: Alliance Snap Shots Volume 2
John Stumbo shares one of the goals of missions: to create self-sustaining, local ministries.
Tim Crouch shares Isaiah and John the Baptist's proclamation of the Lord and how it pertains to the current church.
The legacy of George Breadan and other Alliance missionaries in the Middle East is an example for the Alliance family today.
John Stumbo shares how the church can love by being patient, kind, and humble.
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Alliance workers tell their story of planting a church in Chile and passing the baton of leadership on to Chilean nationals.
Some women in Burkina Faso lack the education needed to escape the cycle of poverty. Many are forced into prostitution as a means to survive. Dorcas House, a ministry of Alliance Women in Burkina, provides training and discipleship that offer young women an alternative. Visit www.cmalliance.org/about/ for more information about the ministry of The Alliance
Dr. John Stumbo, in France, tells of a woman moved by an Alliance worker's answered prayer for her child's healing.
More thoughts from Indonesia
John shares two additional reflections from his time in Indonesia (see Video Blog No. 34). In the first, he engages the question: “How often has the form of our message of Jesus to the world become an obstacle?” John also shares an insight from John 13, which inspired him to perform an intimate act of service at the Indonesia National Church Conference.
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