More from this genre: Changed Lives
Addressing our country's recent racial tensions, Dr. John Stumbo reminds us that the body of Christ must be united.
A Cambodian woman shares her story about finding Jesus and forgiving her former oppressors.
Alliance Core Values – Session 4 Testimony
Alliance workers in Indonesia serve children and youth in their community and show them the unconditional love of Jesus.
A father shares the story of his son Oumar's physical healing and his family's newfound hope in Jesus.
Alliance Council 2015 - Saturday Evening Session
CAMA personnel and national Alliance pastor show compassion to Ebola people, opening the door for the gospel in a Guinea village.
CAMA workers reach out to outcasts in an African society who have been affected by Ebola.
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.
More from this genre: International Missions
John Stumbo reminds the Alliance family that we can do ministry from wherever God has placed us.
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.
Alliance workers in the Kenedougou region of Burkina Faso celebrate God's faithfulness in multiplying His church.
A compelling testimony from U.S. Alliance President John Stumbo about when he first realized his opportunity to be an active participant in God’s work throughout the world. Be sure to visit the Great Commission Sunday 2014 page for more.
Providing physical and spiritual healing
After a difficult year in 2014, CAMA's Hope Clinic in Guinea, West Africa, is slowly getting back to evangelical outreach and compassionate medical care.
Children's disciplemaking specialist Melissa MacDonald urges us to instruct and guide children beyond just the point of conversion.
Courageous workers have risen to Jesus’ invitation to sow seeds of hope in some of the world’s most spiritually barren landscapes. He has called us to support and equip these “sent ones.” Your gift to the Great Commission Day Offering shouts, “We will!”
For decades, Alliance medical workers in Africa have provided physical and spiritual care to those without access to either.
More from this genre: Spiritual Warfare
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.
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.
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.
Alliance Pastor Jean Pierre Moukingui is empowered by the Holy Spirit when he cries for God to forgive the men who doused him and two other church leaders in diesel fuel and lit their feet on fire. After receiving medical treatment, the men returned to their village church, where they joined their church family to sing and praise the Lord.
More from this season: Alliance Snap Shots Volume 3
Alliance workers in the Dominican Republic explain how the Lord encouraged them to leave their jobs and pursue missions.
From small beginnings in the Gospel Tabernacle, the Alliance has always moved forward in faith.
Colorado Springs, Colorado
John Stumbo addresses differing values between older and younger generations and how to reconcile them.
Alliance workers in Liberia share how a marriage class they started has led to changed lives in spite of turmoil.
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The vision of an Alliance missionary nurse became reality when Koutiala Hospital for Women and Children opened in February 2006.
Four women at Shelby Alliance Church are making a big difference in the lives of African mothers through a nationwide endeavor for Koutiala. Produced in 2006.
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
Compassionate care and education from Alliance workers provide hope to a continent ravaged by AIDS. Produced in 2001.
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