Dr. Winfred Neely recounts how anxious and afraid he and his wife were when their son, Sterling, came down with malaria while they were in Africa. Neely explains how fervent prayer works to bring us peace.
Katie Davis Majors talks about the lives of the people she's served while in Uganda. She also tells the story of how her husband, Benji, proposed and how her daughters were able to witness it.
Author Katie Davis Majors, a wife and mother of 14, talks about the realities of living and serving as a missionary in Uganda.
Katie Davis Majors was 18 years old when she went to Uganda for the first time. By age 23, she had become the mother to 13 adopted daughters. Majors tells how God surprised her with her husband, Benji.
Baucham... that's a German name, but Voddie Baucham and his wife, Bridget, are of African descent. So how does an American pastor of African descent with a German last name end up in Ghana, West Africa?
If your vision of missionary work involves travel to a distant land, Voddie Baucham says you may not grasp how encompassing mission really is. He says to learn to live your marriage as mission, here and now.
Hear a remarkable story of reconciliation as told by Steve Saint, son of martyred missionary Nate Saint.
Elisabeth Elliot, widow of slain missionary Jim Elliot, talks about the events of 1956.