by Bob Marsh
Na Tianye, Tia, as we call her, is a young woman from China who came into our lives more than a year ago, brought by her husband, Jason, a Chinese-American from the Pittsburgh area. Jason has been a believer for a long time, but his wife was not. They moved to...Read More »
by Jenny Bolinger, Director of Outreach, First Baptist Church, New Castle, Pennsylvania
Bridges fascinate me: their construction, their purpose and especially their symbolism. Being from Pittsburgh, bridges are an important trademark of the city. I love New York City; one of...Read More »
The city of Bangkok, Thailand, is home to 8.3 million people and several religions. With people moving to the bustling city for work, there is a special convergence of Buddhists, Muslims, Christians and Hindus. Like any major city, Bangkok is colorful and bustling. Buddhist shrines decorate many...Read More »
One of the biggest challenges Tim and Amy Moline face in Cameroon is African Traditional Religion (ATR). ATR is deeply rooted, even in the lives of Christians, who fear spiritual attacks and curses. A music minister at a local Cameroonian church came under attack by jujus (...Read More »
The Bahamas often is a stop on a cruise, with white sand beaches and serene water. Although the islands are beautiful, many who live there struggle with poverty, unemployment and no access to education. Raoul and Karen Armbrister set out to offer opportunities and hope through their ministry,...Read More »
The Japan Baptist Church Association (Rengo) is celebrating 50 years of church planting in one of the world's most unchurched countries. Started by Converge missionaries in 1948, Rengo began in 1964 and now has over 60 churches nationwide. Five pastors came to Transform, a networking gathering...Read More »
If a child doesn't have proper nutrition in the first 1,000 days of her life, her brain development is compromised.
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Epikos Church visited...
By a Converge worker in Europe
In the aftermath of the latest terrorist attacks in France, many people are trying to figure out what happened. After all, these killers were born and bred in France. In order to understand how the door was opened to radical Islam in France...Read More »