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Through the Life Impact staff effort, we continue to impact the lives of Christian workers. Our goal is to strengthen them for their work as the Lord connects us together. Here are some more examples of how your ministries are … Continue reading
Here’s an illustration of what happens in Brenda Lange’s ministry, Orphans Unlimited, on a daily basis. She’s making a HUGE difference in a rural, poverty area of Africa. Life Impact’s ministry is to help keep workers like Brenda on the
While we are thinking of Brenda and African Challenges, let’s go a little further into field IMPACT. My point in emphasizing these events from her field is to highlight that — A little INVESTMENT in MISSIONARY CARE protects a H … Continue reading
Dear Staff,** (LifeImpactMinistries.net) Dr. Phil, in his new book, “Life Code” writes his thoughts on how to operate in the secular American culture today. The challenge for the Believer in any culture is … Continue reading
Dear Staff,** (LifeImpactMinistries.net) Recently Sheri was reading the latest book by Dr. Phil, Life Code, The New Rules for Winning in the Real World, and read me the following pages from the book. … Continue reading
Raising children is a daunting task no matter where you do it. But in a cross-cultural, missionary or humanitarian aid situation, it has added stresses and concerns. So how do we parents chart our child-rearing course through that jungle? In … Continue reading
There are two things missionaries can’t get away from – long airplane trips and the germs those airplanes carry. Several hundred people and children climb aboard your plane — coughing, wheezing, sneezing, touching everything in sight. Is it any wonder … Continue reading
When we lived in Central Asia and had to travel 3 to 6 hours by car to make our ministry appointments, I needed to stay alert so I didn’t hit the multiple ruts, ram into a horse-drawn cart or hitchhiker, … Continue reading