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Food for Your Community

Steve Voyen
April 13, 2021

The people of Liberia have survived several waves of epidemic diseases and civil war, and now their people are rising up to help a community finally recover.

Josephus graduated from his university in Liberia magna cum laude, a very high honor. This degree, no matter how prestigious, however, couldn’t seem to secure him a job. He was job hunting for nearly two years before he finally landed a low-paying position at a mission station in the city of Ganta. 

Around the World: Volume Nine

From the economic hardship caused by socialism in Eastern Europe to Christians targeted by terrorism in the Congo, World Challenge partners are helping to rebuild lives while spreading the good news of Jesus Christ. Watch some of the work they're doing in this latest installment of Around the World.

Praying for a Home

Steve Otradovec
April 8, 2021

How often are we willing to trust God to provide for major things in our lives? This is just what one man in Cambodia did while holding on to a seemingly impossible dream.

How big are your prayers?

The Fight for Peace

World Challenge Staff
April 6, 2021

God is moving in tremendous ways in Central Asia, but new believers are finding themselves at odds with the younger generation.

One of the challenges our partners face in parts of Kyrgyzstan is the growth of Islam, especially among the younger generation. In some areas, teens and young adults are expected to recite parts of the Quran before they’re allowed into one popular fast-food restaurant.

Good Life Companies Give Back

Nancy Lennert
April 1, 2021

World Challenge’s partners in the United States are joining together with local companies to bless their communities. 

During the early part of the COVID pandemic, the CEO of Good Life Companies approached World Challenge’s partners in Reading, Pennsylvania with a heart to give back to the community.

Small Solutions with Big Impact

Steve Otradovec
March 23, 2021

World Challenge’s partners in the Philippines are finding innovative ways to help people in the church survive the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. 

Last year, the Covid epidemic hit Southeast Asia with a vengeance, their economies in particular. Part of this is because many people in this region rely on the tourism industry for their livelihood.

The Prayers of the Righteous

Richard Grangaard
March 18, 2021

Several believers came together to humbly pray and study scripture, and God responded in powerful and awe-inspiring ways.

Six months ago, World Challenge taught our Mongolian partner the simple Discovery Bible Study (DBS) method through Zoom trainings. This type of Bible study helps people memorize passages of scripture, discuss what the verses mean and apply them practically.