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A Ride in a Hot Air Balloon

If that is what overcoming means, that is how I want to live my life.

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Pray for our missionaries’ safety as they travel from country to country, from city to jungle and mountain villages, or just across town.

Goer or Sender? Find Your Role in God’s Plan

An exciting truth to learn as a world Christian is that each of us has a God-designated role in his global plan to reclaim the earth for His glory. How do we find our personal place in that plan? Where do you and I fit?

Make a Global Impact No Matter Where you Are

Like a pebble dropped in a pond, even the smallest actions create a ripple effect with the potential to reach across the world.

Keep in Step

May we know, may we learn, may we accept that truly living by the Spirit is being in lock step with Him in all matters, on all occasions, for every situation and circumstance. May we come to know His gentle nudge, His quite voice, His loving sight, His mindful closing of our lips — and obey Him.

2018 National Day of Prayer is May 3

Enacted in 1952 by President Harry S. Truman, the National Day of Prayer calls for Americans of all backgrounds to join together and pray for our nation and its leaders. This year’s theme is “Pray for America – UNITY.”

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“In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us through wordless groans.” Romans 8:26

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The Honduras prayer retreat was a great time for all involved. The team in Honduras was able to rest and refocus while enjoying times of worship, fellowship and prayer…

Helping Missionaries Win the Battle

WIM is more than just another missions agency. It’s a
family. We will serve you, train you and care for you.

Carnaval Prayer Strikes in Bolivia

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All across the continent, people were beginning to celebrate Carnaval, better known in the States as Mardi Gras. It’s a Catholic festival with pagan roots, and in Sucre, is a time for drunkenness, violence, sexual immorality and idolatry. Oftentimes, drunk parents will parade around town with their bewildered children in tow. Sucre’s Christian community usually takes advantage of the extra-long weekend to go out of town on a special retreat. But this year, God led us in a different direction…