This Little Light of Mine Teaches Children

This Little Light of Mine, World Missions children’s project, started in the heart of International World Missions Director David Griffis’ wife, Judy Griffis. In her many travels, she began to see children from all over the world in need. This created a desire to help these precious, forgotten ones, and also encourage children their age in the United States to get involved in missions and help, too.

Gaineses Offer Magnolia Farms as Location for Homeless Church

Tractor-trailer rigs roared overhead. Cigarette smoke wafted in the air as a praise band played drums and electric guitars on a stage set up amid tall concrete columns. On the Sunday (Nov. 18) before Thanksgiving, poor people riding bicycles and pushing old grocery carts lined up—as they do every week—to eat and worship God underneath Interstate 35.

Black and Pro Life in America

A soft-spoken Baptist minister was arrested in Oakland, California, in 2009 and thrown in jail for holding up a sign outside an abortion clinic that read “God loves you and your baby. Let us help you.” Walter B. Hoye II sat in jail because he stood peacefully outside the Family Planning Specialists abortion clinic offering women another option. BLACK AND PRO-LIFE IN AMERICA tells Hoye’s incredible story of not only sharing the love of Jesus on a sidewalk outside an abortion clinic, and then in jail itself, but how his pro-life beliefs shunned him from the black community.