the call

Hearing Voices

by Editor on October 30, 2020

by Alyson Rockhold When an email requesting volunteers in Tanzania hit my inbox, it was a knock-you-off-your-horse type moment. Gratefully, God didn’t strike me blind like Paul, but I definitely slid off my chair and onto my knees in recognition of His Voice. I had been studying missions for a year and was consumed with […]

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Why Do You Keep Going Back?

by Editor on August 25, 2019

by Anna Glenn When we joined AgriCorps, we said that we would be going to Liberia for one year. One year later we were packing our bags for a flight back to Liberia. When we joined Hope in the Harvest, we said that we would be going to Liberia for two years. Two years later we […]

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A Book is Born: Serving Well is now available!

by Elizabeth Trotter on April 23, 2019

Jonathan and I are thrilled to introduce you to our new book, Serving Well. It is our deepest hope that this 400+ page book will encourage and equip cross-cultural folks through the various seasons of life and ministry. It’s available on Amazon here. If you’re in the States, our publisher is also selling the book […]

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The Call Is Not Enough

by Editor on May 24, 2018

by Ryan Kuja A few years ago, I visited a mission project in Haiti started by an American doctor. He had quite a bit of experience living in different areas of the world, using his medical skills to treat the sick. His desire to serve was clear and forthright. Yet, his project in Haiti ended […]

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6 Ways to Be Certain of the “Call”

by Rachel Pieh Jones on May 4, 2015

There is much debate and discussion around The Call. Mysterious, spiritual, dreamy. Everyone else’s Call story is better. The Call is supposed to come in a flash and be so powerful that it under girds every decision and emotion and experience for the rest of your life, no questions asked, no doubts ever encountered. It […]

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