Syrian Refugee Children in crisis

5.5 million children have been affected by the country’s three-year war. [1] On the anniversary of Syria’s civil unrest, NBC in conjunction with major relief organizations broadcast a 48 hour “live documentary” to help bring awareness to the plight of Syrian refugee children. They called it a “comprehensive portrait of the war’s devastating toll.” Unsettling reports […]

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Museum of the Bible

Museum of the Bible English Translations

Do you know where the Bible came from? Well, of course everyone’s conditioned to give the “right” answer—“God”. But do you really understand the rich history and importance of the hands this sacred text has passed through, the civilizations and people groups it has influenced, and how it has shaped history while surviving intact through […]

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And she sat there…and wrote a book!

In honor of my dad’s 70th year of ministry, my always on-the-go mom sat down just long enough to jot down a few memoirs of her missionary life called, …And I Sat There. Mom and Dad raised us on the mission field. And as you can see from this picture of our time in Beirut, […]

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Legacy: celebrating my dad’s 70th year of ministry

As a seven-year-old boy, my dad—Bob Hoskins—received a vision from the Lord, and preached his first sermon just days later. This year marks Dad’s 70 amazing years doing God’s work. It’s a phenomenal story, really. His evangelistic outreaches as a boy brought thousands to Christ. His missionary journeys as a teenager launched new churches. Mom […]

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Visions from Thunderclouds

In a recent interview, I was asked what inspired my leadership and vision for ministry. Some thoughts that came instantly to mind were impactful words I’ve heard from key influencers as well as things I’ve learned from my dad. ·      “Anyone God uses significantly is always deeply wounded. On the last day, Jesus will look […]

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Return to Africa

My recent trip to Kenya and Tanzania reminded me that Africa holds a special place in my heart. My first visit was shortly after Bob and I were married in 1960.   Our first home was a mud house with a thatched roof in the interior of Senegal. Our visit to West and East Africa […]

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