Missionary Spotlight
Amie Richard

During the Spring of 2012, The Lord provided the opportunity to visit Thailand on a short missions trip. It was on that trip that my eyes and heart were opened to the great need in Thailand. After praying for many years about the right mission field, it was clear that God had placed me in Thailand for a reason. I am looking forward to assisting church planting missionaries and reaching the Thai people. I will be partnering with the Cone family as they plant churches in Bangkok. There are many opportunities to reach the Thai. I will assist by doing campus outreach to the many universities in Bangkok... more...

A Changed Life

“Guilty until proven innocent!” This statement is considered truth in many places of Uganda. If someone is accused of a crime, he could immediately be sent to prison without any evidence to convict him. Unless a bribe is paid, he could remain in prison for up to a year until the trial. The only chance for freedom is if no evidence is presented or if the accuser does not appear in court. Just imagine—a year of life lost simply because of a malicious and often unjustified accusation!


Missionaries of the Day
Monday, October 20, 2014

John 3:36 He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life: and he that believeth not the Son shall not see life; but the wrath of God abideth on him.

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