My grandparents lived on the Apache mission in East Fork, Arizona when I was young. I’ll always remember our car trips to visit them. We’d leave from our home in Ohio (and later, Oklahoma) and drive. The trip literally took an entire day.
Once in the mountains, the end seemed tantalizing near. But it wasn't. We still had to travel back and forth on switch back roads. Ascending and descending along the way to our seemingly unreachable destination. Talk about frustrating!
Working with survivors of abuse can feel the same...
Jenny has lived in Chile now for more than five years. In that time, she has been a top volunteer and advocate for the Health and Wellness program here. Now, we are happy to welcome her officially to the Kingdom Workers team as our full-time Chile Wellness Circle Coordinator.
This interview explores what led Jenny to live and serve in a foreign country, her volunteer experience with Kingdom Workers, and advice for anyone considering serving in international ministry.
In the previous blog, we discovered how to use God's gifts of serving, teaching, and encouraging to share the gospel. But what about the next three gifts—giving, leading, and showing mercy? Those gifts only apply to wealthy, influential people. Right? Well, not quite...
Some days I wonder if I am doing enough with my life to share the gospel.
Are my conversations with my best friend about a new book preparing me to share my faith? Do my weekend plans to walk around Target looking at home decor items measure up to what God is calling me to do? Should I be hanging out with family when there are people around the world who don’t know Jesus?
Data is a wonderful tool that God has given to us for His glory.
Even at an organization like Kingdom Workers, where our focus is on helping people spiritually and physically, data plays a key role. As the Sr. Director of Analytics & U.S. Programs at Kingdom Workers, I’d love to tell you a little bit about our perspective on data and how we use it to His glory.