by Jessica Fick At the recent Urbana Missions Convention, hosted by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Toby Capps, a businessman in the medical supply field shared about his work to change his corporate environment to build the Kingdom of God. Toby had personally supported World Vision for many years; however, after God sparked what Alan Hirsch describes . . . read more
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