More from this genre: Changed Lives
Alliance Core Values – Session 4 Testimony
Todd and Debbie Adams fulfilling God's call to the people of Papua
Watch as Todd Adams, international worker in Indonesia, shares the story of ministry among the Dani people.
A mother in Bosnia testifies to how the Lord revealed Himself to her husband during trials.
Dr. John Stumbo emphasizes that our true identity in Christ is found not through our works but in our relationship with Him.
More from this genre: Deeper Life
Alliance Council 2015 - Wednesday Audio Podcast
Long Beach, California
John Stumbo delivers part 1 of his "State of the Union" address, laying out a roadmap for the future as we LOVE, PROCLAIM, REACH & LAUNCH. We ask people what they think about Children's Discipleship and a greater role for women in ministry.
Tuesday, July 5 – evening session
Micah Bournes explains the reasons why he wrote his poem series, Alive and Ill, and performs one of the poems.
John Stumbo shares one of the goals of missions: to create self-sustaining, local ministries.
Alliance Council 2015 - Wednesday Morning Session
Long Beach, California
The Body of Christ is in perfect pitch when its members bow to Jesus.
Several women at Shelby Alliance church describe how, through a willingness to step out and partner with Koutiala Hospital for Women and Children, God has opened this small congregation's eyes to a larger vision for outreach.
Moved to compassion, Pastor Bruce Overstreet rode his bike from California to Maine during the summer of 2008 to raise support for the Koutiala Hospital for Women and Children. Produced in 2008.
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.
The dream becomes reality at Koutiala Hospital because people care enough to give. Produced in 2006.
Greg and Danielle from Alaska share how God turned their lives from despair to hope.
Art Lohman tells the encounter that ultimately led to Brian Smith's conversion. Produced in 2006.
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.
A single woman working among men, Mama Honorine plants village churches.
More from this season: Alliance Snap Shots Volume 3
At the South Asian Friendship Center in Chicago, ministry leaders model A.B. Simpson's ministry for local South Asians.
A former Hindu serving at the South Asian Friendship Center in Chicago shares her experience blending worship practices.
At the South Asian Friendship Center in Chicago, congregants worship Jesus in the context of their Indian backgrounds.
Impacted by the Ebola crisis, the Hope Clinic in Guinea resolves to serve those around them and show Christ's love.
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An Alliance ministry center in Mali teaches young mothers life skills as well as the love of Jesus.
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.
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