Emma Houk

Emma Houk is a writer/editor in Communications at the Alliance National Office in Colorado Springs, Colo.

  • A Symphony of Brotherhood

    Sept/Oct 2018

    Alliance Life

    Grieving a broken past together

  • The Spiritual Greening of Spain

    August 31, 2018

    News & Stories

    “Most Spaniards don’t come to the Lord that easily, but Javier had hit bottom, and God was at work in his life.”

  • Indonesia Earthquake: The Alliance Response

    August 14, 2018

    News & Stories

    After a devastating earthquake in Indonesia, CAMA Services is partnering with the local church to provide relief for those affected by this disaster.

  • Facing a New Future After the Fire

    August 8, 2018

    News & Stories

    “Even more important than stopping the intense forward movement of those winds into Redding, now we need a strong movement of the Holy Spirit bringing Christ’s care and salvation into this new era.”

  • The Carr Fire Continues to Grow

    July 30, 2018

    News & Stories

    Simpson University and Alliance churches are doing everything they can to serve their community as the Carr Fire remains virtually unrestrained.

  • California Fire Threatens Thousands of Homes

    July 27, 2018

    News & Stories

    “While getting information has been sketchy due to the volatile and early nature of the situation, we know that it is dire,” says Ray Van Gilst, Central Pacific District superintendent.

  • Unifying Churches to Reach Millions

    July 23, 2018

    News & Stories

    “So many residents felt lonely, depressed, and helpless. The good news of Jesus provided hope for them.”

  • The Gospel Overcomes a Family's Division

    July 12, 2018

    News & Stories

    “When I got home, my sister and brother-in-law were there. They told me I was crazy and that I should stay away from churches that want to rob believers.”

  • Working in Tandem to Bring Hope

    July 7, 2018

    News & Stories

    “After her husband died, Fatima was firmly disinterested in the things of God. She knew she needed something, but she rejected my offers to study the Bible with her.”

  • Engaging Refugees to Serve the Lost

    July 3, 2018

    News & Stories

    “About 200 refugees have been resettled in our community so far. We now welcome new families once a month and walk alongside them as friends and guides through this difficult journey.”

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