If your heart is tugging at you to respond to the call of global service, we affirm that call, but we encourage you, among other things, to learn as much as you can about the field of international development and to apply the “best practices” along the way.
When we become so afraid of doing the wrong thing that we fail to even try to do the right thing, something is askew.
The joy this morning, in the wake of two decidedly different mission stories, is that He comes to us in his own ways, in his own time. Some believe in an instant, but some trek into a wilderness before he brings them on home.
Ralph and Cheryl grow about 6,600 acres of apple trees and 200 acres of cherries. Theirs is one of the largest family-owned apple orchards in the world.
How do we join with Christ in this mission? Whom shall we heal? What can you do this week to reach the blind, the misguided, the incapable, the broken, the confident ones, those who tremble, those who are humble, those who call Him Lord? When you minister to each of these, you join with Christ in his healing mission.
A series of reflections on the healing mission of Christ.