Assist the Church in caring for those affected by the current conflict and the continuing consequences throughout Kiev.
A very special team of healthcare workers performed the first check-up ever for 230 newly sponsored GlobalFingerprints Haiti children last week. View the photo gallery and learn about an opportunity to visit your sponsored GlobalFingerprints child.
Some BUMP mission weeks are nearly full, but there are still opportunities to serve in each BUMP city: Baltimore, Detroit, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis and the Twin Cities! Check out the BUMP FAQs or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on partnering your youth (6th-12th grade) with an urban church in a city near you!
Read a story of how BUMP stretched team members serving in Los Angeles leading to a baptism in the Pacific and reaching out back home in Arizona!
Crisis Response staff attends EFCA district conferences to build on what has happened over the past 9 years. Thousands of church teams have volunteered to bring relief, hope and continued rebuilding at crisis response locations in New Orleans, New Jersey, Staten Island, Haiti and Colorado. The volunteer training and outward focus at each site provides a great atmosphere for growth, and your teams will return home with a new vigor to reach out in your own community. Look for us at conferences or request more information from email@example.com.
EFCA Today magazine is looking for a few EFCA leaders to write reviews on the book The Poverty of Nations: A Sustainable Solution by Barry Asmus and Wayne Grudem. The review is due on or before May 16. For each issue, we’ll issue a similar “all-call” for reviews on a selected book. And we pay for your review, if it’s one we choose to print!
Crossway Books has graciously agreed to send free copies for the first 10 committed reviewers, so contact the book-review coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on the assignment.
The new freelance economy, the ever-shifting lines between work and home life, and a revived quest for not just a career but also a calling are all creating new work patterns for adults as they enter 2014.
Barna Group‘s latest study illuminates three major vocational trends that are shaping the modern workforce, and how the Church might engage this widespread search for work that truly matters.
Restore Church is exemplifying the impact just one church can have on a community. Take time to watch this video about the transformational work being done in Detroit by an EFCA church. Mike Hanafee and his congregation are making a gospel impact and developing disciplemakers in the heart of a diverse and complex city.
Fifi used to distill and sell her homemade alcohol to dangerous men in order to provide for her two kids and unemployed husband. Now, she understands God’s will for her life and she buried her still underground. God is working in miraculous ways through Tabitha Centers to transform the lives of women in Kinshasa, DR Congo.
Here are 4 simple questions that will empower you to help coach young leaders around you to grow.