June 22, 2016.Reading time 1 minute.
It’s been a year since mom went to her heavenly home. Beyond the incredible legacy and memories she left, I’ve been so thankful for her words. Some are private and precious, others—like her book—were meant to publicly minister to many. Mom never withheld her words—she spoke life and truth every chance she had. I am […] Read More
May 30, 2016.Reading time 9 minutes.
We recently lost an amazing man. Jim Byh was a missionary, father, and friend of an otherworldly caliber. God called him home at the age of 54, leaving behind his wife, 4 beautiful daughters, and an incredible legacy of a life surrendered. Millions of young people in Francophone Africa received God’s Word because of Jim’s […] Read More
April 24, 2016.Reading time 8 minutes.
Museum of the Bible began its journey to create a Bible museum in 2010. The goal was clear, but how it would materialize we could have never foreseen. Our project has grown far grander than a single building in a strategic location. Since its beginning, four key initiatives have forged the path in taking the Bible all […] Read More
January 10, 2016.Reading time 11 minutes.
Appreciate this guest post from Peter Haas, OneHope partner and pastor of Substance Church in Minneapolis, MN. Research Finds: Reading Bible to Kids can Increase their Intelligence, Social skills, & More! Here’s Why & How! Most Christians believe that reading the Bible is “good for them.” Yet so many people still struggle getting “into it.” And if […] Read More
November 8, 2015.Reading time 5 minutes.
[Tweet “Why dig a well when it would be most helpful to have running water instead?”] If you drive through rural communities of El Salvador, and many other countries around the world, you are bound to see what I call a Development Monument. Sadly, however, the projects are no longer being used for what they […] Read More
November 2, 2015.Reading time 3 minutes.
“Men at ease have contempt for those who are suffering misfortune” Job 12:5 American evangelicals are quick to serve the poor. But in our hurry to help, are we doing the right things to help alleviate poverty? We are conditioned to respond to crisis quickly, or to use popular methods that appear to be “the […] Read More