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The Place of Suffering in the Kingdom of God

The Place of Suffering in the Kingdom of God

There is much we can learn from the story of Joseph. The dangers of parental favoritism and envy, as well as, the importance of faithfulness and perseverance are all points of application we can glean from the narrative. Perhaps the most valuable thing Christians...
Ministry Update: Economy Rebounds, Giving Drops

Ministry Update: Economy Rebounds, Giving Drops

It is has been a difficult few years for us. We weathered the economic downturn pretty well, but about the time the economy began to improve donations began to drop off for us. We spent a couple of years with declining income which left us with no choice but to stop a...
The Kingdom Way

The Kingdom Way

Life in the kingdom of God does not function the same way life in the kingdom of this world does. Life in the kingdom is rather backward when compared to life in the world. It is for this reason that some theologians refer to the kingdom of God as the upside down...
Opportunity in Thailand

Opportunity in Thailand

Thousands of Cambodian workers come to Thailand legally each year seeking work. These workers sign onto contracts with different companies for years at a time, most working eight hour days, seven days a week. They pay rent to live in work camp slums that provide...
Preaching AND Serving

Preaching AND Serving

In many of our Christian circles we have reduced the gospel to “Jesus died so I can go to heaven.” Most assuredly, the atoning death and resurrection of Jesus have made it possible for us to experience a restored relationship with God and spend eternity...
Devotional: Bringing Forth Justice

Devotional: Bringing Forth Justice

Isaiah 42:1-9 is the first of four Servant Songs found in Isaiah. In this first song, God introduces His servant. In this passage the servant is the nation of Israel, though this will be developed in the other songs and ultimately point to the Messiah. In vs. 1-4 God...

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When Patrick in Bárbara launched Living Bread Ministries in 2004 they had to embrace poverty. For several years their family lived well below the poverty level, diverting everything they could into sparking a church planting movement among the global poor. This is the encouraging story of how the Lord sustained them and ultimately established our comprehensive church planting ministries in South America and Southeast Asia.

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