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Releasing the Prisoners from Darkness

“Abe’s hometown was ravaged during wartime by soldiers who claimed to follow Christ. It’s a place where you can sense the blood-soaked ground crying for justice.”

Generational Discipleship

Pastor Benjamin taught me not only how to be a man but also, more importantly, how to be a man of God.

Good News for Kris

When his Buddhist family pressured him to stay away from church, Kris wasn’t sure what to do.

Four Men I Consider Heroes

By understanding the left-out history that blacks have had in Christianity, I now know I belong as a black Christian.

February 24 is Church Planting Sunday

If you sense God nudging you to become a part of a church-planting effort, use these resources to get involved in this Kingdom movement and celebrate Church Planting Sunday for a few minutes in your church service.

Worth the Risk

“We were giving our blood for Jesus, and everything just fell apart.”

El Riesgo Vale la Pena

“Estábamos dando nuestra sangre por Jesús, cuando todo se vino abajo.”

Jesus Is My Medicine

Aminata was healed of a mysterious illness caused by evil spirits.

Home for Christmas

Churches in Paradise, California, were determined to meet together to celebrate the birth of our Savior this Christmas.

Christ-centered Christmas, Part 2

We asked Alliance international workers, “What is your most treasured Christ-centered Christmas story?” Here’s what they said.

Christ-centered Christmas, Part 1

We asked Alliance international workers, “What is your most treasured Christ-centered Christmas story?” Here’s what they said.

Christmas Comes to a Tiny, Forgotten Village

God made a way for His light to enter one of the darkest, remotest corners of the world.

A Secret Christmas

“Those first two months were filled with joy, but she had to keep her faith a secret or risk being beaten or killed.”

Alliance Churches Damaged in Anchorage Earthquake

Congregations are grateful for God’s protection during the November 30 quake.

The Harvest Is Ripe, but the Workers Are Few

Church attendance has doubled and even tripled as healings and miracles occur regularly in Cambodian villages.