Ginger Lindsay on Waiting and Trust
May12

Ginger Lindsay on Waiting and Trust

By Belinda Elliott Christ For The Nations Chief Operating Officer Ginger Lindsay has some experience waiting on the Lord. After serving overseas in various countries through Youth With A Mission, Lindsay and her husband Dennis, who serves as president and CEO of CFN, felt God leading them to return stateside — a move that left Lindsay feeling discouraged. “This was an interesting time for me because I had just been pulled out of a...

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Developing a Global Mindset at Home
Apr02

Developing a Global Mindset at Home

By Kay Landis and Jesse Landis  Not every family can go on a missions trip together. However, every family can have a global mindset. Here are some tips for giving your children a heart for missions and a global worldview: Adopt a missionary as a family.  Give to them and pray for them and their work. Send them handmade cards, emails and care packages as a family. Make sure to find out the specific needs of the missionary so that the...

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God’s Heart for the Nations
Mar26

God’s Heart for the Nations

By Nathalie Jeter  A love for the nations is not usually something you’re born with. But when you’re born into my family, there’s a 99% chance you’ll end up in some type of missions work. At 22, my grandfather headed to the country of Peru and spent time ministering to the people in the Andes Mountains who had not heard of Jesus Christ. He and his missionary partner scaled steep mountains with their donkeys, carrying primitive film...

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Discipling Culture Changers
Mar18

Discipling Culture Changers

By Bob Long The foundation of the Great Commission is the authority of Jesus. The “Christ Event” did not end at the resurrection. It was fully completed only when He ascended back to heaven, was seated on the throne of David at the right hand of the Father and was crowned King, where He was instructed to remain until all His enemies were defeated. In the meantime, the Father declared that King Jesus would now rule “in the midst of His...

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God’s Pursuit of a Former Lesbian
Mar12

God’s Pursuit of a Former Lesbian

By Tami Hassler My journey into the lesbian lifestyle was not an intentional one, but it did start at an early age. At 4 years old, my baby brother’s birth had sparked jealousy and I remember wishing I could wear his boy clothes. In addition to my tomboy tendencies, I was gifted athletically . . . and then in sixth grade, my neighbor began molesting me. The molestation destroyed my self-esteem and coupled with having an...

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