Setting Captives Free
Jun10

Setting Captives Free

Ministering Deliverance to Children and Adults By Belinda Elliott Blenda Aycock never planned to have a ministry helping others break strongholds in their lives and walk in freedom. At one point, she wanted to study to become a lawyer, but God had other plans for her. The married mother of two was raised as a Southern Baptist and was very involved serving at her church. She had accepted Christ at age 9 and was a devoted Christian....

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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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Developing A Supernatural Family
Feb17

Developing A Supernatural Family

It’s important not only to have faith for special days, but to have faith for turning a normal day into a special day, interrupted by the supernatural power of God.  By Chris Estrada  I AM A FATHER OF THREE WONDERFUL CHILDREN. My wife, Erica, and I made a conscious decision as parents that there is no junior Holy Spirit. We decided to believe that our beautiful, oh-so-human children could be just as led by the Holy Spirit as the most...

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I AM MY BELOVED’S AND HE IS MINE
Feb02

I AM MY BELOVED’S AND HE IS MINE

by Michelle Ofori-Ansah  In a joyous Texas-sized celebration this past October, Golan Gordon Lindsay married his beautiful sweetheart Krissia Sanabria, a CFNI alumnus and a lawyer from Honduras currently studying to obtain her U.S. bar acceptance. Celebrating with friends and family from many nations of the world, they made a covenant before God promising to honor, love and obey until death do they part. In his written portion of the...

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30 Day Brown Bag Lunch Challenge
Jan31

30 Day Brown Bag Lunch Challenge

by Jennie Bogart  As we look for ways to live to give, it’s often little changes that can add up to big savings. So, with giving season upon us, we challenge you, dear reader, to go “brown-bag” for 30 days!  Here’s The Challenge:  Pack your own lunch for 30 lunches – absolutely no eating out! Follow this plan for 30 days, and you’ll begin to experience financial and health benefits immediately (up to $200 saved in one month). Donate...

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