SPECIAL EPISODE: We discuss what’s happening and what might be next in Afghanistan with Bob Blincoe.
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A first-hand narrative of conquering darkness and fear in captivity by finding strength and true life in Christ.
Kate McCord is well qualified to address the question of why God does indeed call his children to be his representative in dangerous places. From 2005 to 2010 she lived in Afghanistan as a humanitarian aid worker after the fall of the Taliban — years that were ‘hard, beautiful, glorious, terrifying’ which she ‘wouldn’t trade … for anything in the world.’
By Jackie Scott, PIONEERS How Can They Sing? How can the birds still sing in the morning in this torn and tortured land? Wrecked, ripped and mangled, the roads still flow with only the toughest … that can endure the unfriendly jolts. … Children still play and find a way in the streets and the dirt, where . . . read more
By Jackie Scott, PIONEERS “Watch Yourself …” —Gal 6:1 My heart is small … not a lot of room. But it is “grow-able,” “re-markable”! And that gives me hope. Though our lives are marked with sorrow, disappointment and confusion we can make new marks! Some people seem born with big hearts. I was born with many . . . read more