Six Missionaries Trained to Bring a Genesis to Two Cities

By: Alejandra García On September 29, 2019 the new missionaries assigned to Genesis arrived in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic for training before going to the field. After six weeks of previous online training, these four weeks would be the final step to prepare for their task: planting new churches in Monterrey, Mexico and Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.... Continue Reading →

The Relevant Church

By: Dan Reiland Culture is changing, and it’s changing fast. More than ever before, the church has an incredible opportunity (and responsibility) to make a difference. But let’s be honest, we can’t lead with cultural relevance from the back of the parade.  We can’t lead future generations if we don’t know what they want, how they... Continue Reading →

Seeking Virtue In All

By: Scott Armstrong A recent journey into social media caused me to end up pushing myself away from my laptop and cell phone, wide-eyed at the exaggerated self-promotion of so many voices proclaiming they are right and the other side (whoever that may be) is wrong.  It all reminded me of an excerpt from Stevenson... Continue Reading →

A Strong Foundation

By: Scott Armstrong A while ago I had a conversation with a college student who I see a lot of potential in.  I actually see gifts and graces in him to be a fantastic missionary someday.  He is passionate about issues of justice and helping the world to become a better place. At the same... Continue Reading →

Soaked

A Reflection From Cathy Spangler “I will stand at my watch and station myself on the ramparts; I will look to see what he will say to me, and what answer I am to give to this complaint” (Hab. 2:1). The other night I had some great contemplation time.  I was digging around in Habakkuk... Continue Reading →

Revived by the Word

Freya Galindo Guevara Over the course of our lives, we have all had to go through various situations that have left us feeling discouraged or defeated.  They made us feel beaten down, afflicted or worried.  Maybe we felt weakened, powerless, or like we had lost all our energy.  Many times instead of drawing close to... Continue Reading →

A Risky Proposition

By Scott Armstrong I’ve been thinking about the parable of the talents recently.  And it’s making me uneasy. You know the story, right? Matthew 25 tells us that a man gives one servant five talents, another servant two, and a final servant one.  After a long time away, the master comes back to find that... Continue Reading →

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