Residents move to higher ground due to rising floodwaters in Malawi.
By Carl Stagner
A crisis of biblical proportions is ongoing in southern Africa, especially the countries of Malawi and Zambia. Lives have been lost. Storms have collapsed homes belonging to Children of Promise-sponsored children. Flooding has destroyed homes belonging to Church of God pastors and laypeople. Church buildings and facilities have been washed away. Crops—representing the livelihood of countless individuals—have been decimated by rising floodwaters in some areas, while catastrophic drought has rendered other fields worthless. Overall, thousands of Church of God people, and hundreds of thousands of people beyond the movement, have been affected by these atmospheric extremes. Church of God Ministries is sending initial funds to the Church of God in Malawi and Zambia, but so much more is needed. Continue reading
Posted in All Church of God, Disaster Relief, Global Strategy
Tagged Africa, crisis, Disaster Relief, Disaster Relief Team, donation, DRC, drought, Emmanuel Masamba, financial, flood, flooding, floods, funds, help, humanitarian aid, hunger, Mailesi Ndao, Malawi, rain, southern Africa, storm damage, storms, support, weather, wind, Zambia
A collage of Dorothy Colney, Mailes Ndao, and Courtney Rice.
By Megan DeBruyn
At the turn of the twentieth century, labor movements across North America and Europe were gaining momentum, and the landscape of a post-war society was beginning to shift. Birthed out of this movement came women’s suffrage in the western hemisphere, and International Women’s Day along with it. In the years that followed, this worldwide observance has taken on global significance for women in modernized and developing countries alike, seeking to rally around the common goal of female advancement, both politically and economically. Continue reading
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Tagged Africa, Anderson University School of Theology and Christian Ministry, Ann Smith, Burmese, Children of Promise, clergywomen, Courtney Rice, Dorothy Colney, egalitarian, evangelism, female, global, healing, international, International Women's Day, leadership development, Mailes Ndao, Mailesi Ndao, Megan DeBruyn, missions, Myanmar, ordination, Seminary, testimony, witness, women in ministry, women ministers, women pastors, Women's History Month, Zambia
By Kathi Sellers
The presence of the Lord was palpable. We experienced a visitation of the Lord. The veil of heaven was drawn back as we worshiped and glorified God. Worship leader Luciana Schulle lead us into the throne room of almighty God as worship flowed in German, Portuguese, Mandarin, Spanish, Italian, Swahili and English. Continue reading