God’s Incredible Plan of Adoption

God’s Incredible Plan of Adoption

by Becky Burns Sometimes it hits me – a fresh realization of how incredible God’s plan of adoption is.  It always comes out of some sort of brokenness and loss.  Only our compassionate, rescuing God could take something as devastating as being abandoned and bring...
Living the Book of Acts

Living the Book of Acts

by Dinah Monahan Being here in rural Ethiopia I feel like I am walking in the book of Acts. Take away the vehicles and telephone poles and you have the donkeys, camels, and teeming people of Jesus’ time. Because those in villages do not have vehicles their life is...
Crazy Good!

Crazy Good!

by Joy Casey in Ethiopia It was crazy good to be in the midst of 37 missionaries and their wives on Thursday.  They were treated to three days of R&R at a hotel — a much needed R&R, I might add.  It was four years ago when we hosted a similar getaway. ...
A Trip Cut Short

A Trip Cut Short

by Jason Barta I never thought my next report on our trip to Ethiopia would be written from the United States only days after landing in Ethiopia…but here I am in my office in Washington.  God works in  mysterious ways, and I know this is one of those times. Dr....

Setting Our Hearts

Right at the start of this busy season is a day that can help us set our hearts on Jesus’ example of giving. Tomorrow, November 27, is #GivingTuesday. We want to invite you to link arms with us by supporting our efforts to care for and find families for abandoned...
A New Area of Outreach

A New Area of Outreach

by Joy Casey   My trip to Ethiopia this month primarily focused on our evangelism outreach to the unreached pockets of Arsi Oromo whose main religion is Sunni Isl*m.  As mentioned in previous posts, the Oromo have been aggressively pushing for more voice in the...