For two millennia, God has been guiding the ministry leadership of the church from one generation to the next. In the book of Acts, the Apostle Paul was accompanied by Silas, and later Timothy joined them. Two of Paul’s Epistles were addressed to “Timothy, my true child in the faith.” One of the crucial principles of church leadership is training young people in the faith to become the next leaders of the church.[Read more…] about Generations Passing the Baton
Instruction in Prayer
We celebrate with immense joy during this season that we remember the birth of Jesus Christ. The reason we are joyful for his birth is that Jesus was God in the flesh. He was born as a human at just the right time so that he could live his perfect life and then lay down his life, providing the payment for our sin. That is the wonder of his love.[Read more…] about Merry Christmas!
The enemy can throw every hurdle in the way of our pastors, but God keeps moving in the hearts of the people who hear the Good News. Governments placed restrictions that kept churches from gathering, but God continually opens new opportunities for pastors to minister to the people of their community.[Read more…] about God Keeps Changing Lives in Extraordinary Ways
One of the most compelling facts about the state of present-day Christianity is that it is growing by leaps and bounds in the third world. A growing number of observers clearly recognize, for example, the fact of the explosion of the church in the poorest continent on earth: Africa. For example, Drs. Mark Shaw and Steve Morad of Africa International University, Nairobi, Kenya, concurred in a slightly dated documentary by the Africa Inland Mission (AIM), that the African Church might be the most dynamic church in the world today (Leadership Development: Africa Inland Mission CD, 2003).[Read more…] about The Current Need for Theological Education in Africa
I first saw a photo of this family around May of last year. It was just a photo of an impoverished family, but it struck me, and I pondered the meaning of who this family was, and could we do something to help? Pastor Onesimus had sent the photo, so I began asking questions about them.[Read more…] about The Whole Story
During these times of lockdowns and government quarantine restrictions, the ministry of the pastors supported by White Fields has not slowed down or diminished. Instead, it has intensified and taken on whole new aspects for ministry.
I have chosen highlights from eight pastors out of the fifty we support to show you how God is moving. Our pastors are serving their communities in brand new ways. There is also a fantastic response to the gospel by people in touch with our churches.
You can listen to this blog on the podcast below. Thank you for joining us in prayer. Your partnership helps us sustain these ministries.[Read more…] about New Methods