A Quiet Confidence
By Rob Wiest
I came to Bolivia as a young man who was unsure of where he and God were at in their relationship. I felt like I had lost the “fire.”
The Hope of Glory
By Peter Wickwire
I spent six weeks in Liberia’s ELWA hospital, located on the coast of the beautiful Atlantic. It would have felt more like paradise had there not been daily reminders of the travesty and horror of the civil war that had ravaged the nation.
Renewal in Haiti
by Leta Reppert
A crowd began to assemble as the sun set on a balmy evening in February in Les Cayes, Haiti. As it grew darker, the crowd swelled to close to 1,000, drawn by the vibrant music of local church worship teams, singing over the hum of the generators powering the floodlights.