Do Churches Need Security Teams?

By Raul Rivera, Start Church How do we keep our churches safe in a world where evil exists? After recent strings of mass shootings, including the mass shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas last fall, many pastors are asking what steps they should take to make their churches safe. The truth of the […]

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GLOBAL DAY OF PRAYER – MAY 20

The Global Day of Prayer is the largest coordinated prayer event in history. It was started in 2000 by a South African businessman in Johannesburg and quickly spread; firstly across the nation, then going globally. It currently mobilizes every nation on the earth, involving approximately 250 million believers in a coordinated world-wide prayer event on […]

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HOME MINISTRY ASSIGNMENT 2018

The following World Partners staff members will be in the U.S. for home ministry assignment* (HMA), sharing their ministries and renewing relationships with family, friends, and supporting churches: Stephen and Gayle Burgstahler – S. Africa               April 25 – June 25 Nathan and Christina Duran – Argentina        […]

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30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World

Ramadan 2018 in United States of America will begin in the evening of Tuesday, May 15 and ends in the evening of Thursday, June 14 Join millions of Christians around the world who participate each year in this largest ongoing international prayer focus on the Muslim world. This year, the prayer guide is also available […]

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Help Needed

Do you like working with kids? Would you like to help World Partners missionaries who are in the U.S. on Home Ministry Assignment? If you answered “yes” and live in southern Michigan, northern Indiana, or northwest Ohio then we have the perfect opportunity for you! World Partners is seeking an individual or two who would […]

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AGONIZING PRAYER

Nehemiah has become one of my favorite books of the Bible and Nehemiah has become one of my favorite personalities in Scripture. A captive in Persia, he had become cupbearer to the king, a position of trust. The cupbearer would often be required to sip from the king’s cup before giving it to the king […]

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WHEN JESUS CHOSE A NICKNAME

Some of us are known for being tall, others for being short. Some are known for being great athletes, others for their book-learning. And when people look at those traits we have, they assign nicknames to us. Sometimes those nicknames are a shorthand way of thinking about us. Many times those nicknames are cruel, like […]

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