Australian Dr Andrew Browning has operated on more than 7000 women and he’s telling his story in a new book called ‘A Doctor in Africa’.
In 1904, a tall, slender, well dressed woman stepped ashore on the cannibal-infested island of Malaita, in the Solomon Islands group.
Beloved Aussie singer-songwriter-childrens’ entertainer teamed up with Mission Aviation Fellowship – better known as MAF – to write a song.
Across the city evangelists visited prisons, schools, and hospitals, receiving more than 5500 decision cards from people who wanted to follow Jesus.
To enable local churches to continue sharing the Gospel message, these missionary teams are currently in Mombasa, working to mobilise evangelists.
Mrs Gladys Staines made me feel normal, somehow. Like I didn’t have to pretend, and I didn’t have to improve, to be in her company.
The tragic yet inspiring story of Australian missionary Graham Staines is one that will never be forgotten by India’s Christian community, who have suffered persecution for decades.
Many who go on mission trips soon realise that learning about other cultures and helping the church thrive globally changes their own life in lasting ways.
Whole countries and generations of Christian leaders have been shaped by the work of Dr Billy Graham. After reading his autobiography at a key moment in my own life, I jotted down these 8 lessons to take on board…
“Quinn and Kylie, millennial missionaries to the scuba instructors of Aruba, are seeking your financial…