Adopting children allowed one family to see God’s love for us in a different way: as a reflection of our eternal adoption into God’s family.
The All Church Mission Trip to Peru in 2014 brought physical and spiritual hope and healing through the use of drama, music, clinical care, and prayer.
God calls us to love and serve the elderly in our community. Sometimes that love is evidenced in the form of a paintbrush, a bucket of paint, and a fence.
When their marriage was nearing an end, one final plea to God led a young couple to the help they needed. In their despair, they found answers through Biblical Counseling that brought them to a joyful life.
A medical mission trip to Peru brings smiles to the faces of children through surgical and dental procedures, and smiles on the faces of adults through the Truth of God’s Word.
Faced with a crisis pregnancy as a college freshman, Kara found strength in God to raise her daughter. Now she shares a message of support and hope for others in similar circumstances.
Students on a short-term mission trip to Peru see first-hand how God can use them in an impactful way. Hearts and minds are changed as they advance the Gospel.
One man shares his reasons for providing foster care to more than 135 kids. Many kids are still waiting for a home in Minnesota.
Kids Clubs allow children at risk to be kids. Pascha Derkevics learned it can also bring families that serve closer together is a fun and faith-filled way.
Safe Families provides temporary homes for children when their families are experiencing a crisis. The need is great, and the love runs deep.