Forgotten Christmas [video]

Celebrate Christmas, but never forget why we celebrate Christmas. This video is brought to you by Gospel for Asia. Learn more about Forgotten Christmas here.

Planning Christmas gifts that are meaningful

Millions of families in Asia are entrenched in poverty, barely scraping by. And here we are, in America, blessed as living in the greatest nation in modern history, with the most advantages and freedom of any country...what will we do with our blessings? "From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and... Continue Reading →

Where do you turn to in time of pain?

We all experience pain in life. Pain comes in many forms. Physical or mental, it's all pain. This is the story of one woman who turned to Christ after many years of pain...and gained everything. Madira was desperate. This pain which had tortured her for years was only getting worse. Initially, she had sought professional... Continue Reading →

10 gifts that give back

Now that everyone is in a post-Halloween induced candy coma we can start thinking about Christmas. What? No? Okay, usually I say, "No Christmas talk until after Thanksgiving." But here's the deal: sometimes you need to think ahead. Like, when you want to give gifts that give back to humanity. Gifts that say more than,... Continue Reading →

Planting Small Seeds

Last month I wrote about my Small Seeds Bible Campaign for Gospel for Asia. I talked about reaching my campaign goal earlier this year, and why not up the campaign ante? Today I opened my email to find Small Seeds have blessed GFA missionaries once again by exceeding that Bible campaign goal of $200! What... Continue Reading →

Do You Remember the Earthquakes of Nepal?

On April 25, 2015 a 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, then 17 days later another earthquake, 7.8 magnitude, hit the area again. Do you remember the earthquakes of Napal? Sure, the News covered the devastation, but quickly moved on to more 'pressing news' of the personal lives celebrities and Presidential hopefuls. Living in America, we... Continue Reading →

The Power of Prayer is Real

Have you ever prayed for something that you wanted/needed badly? Have you ever prayed for healing, whether for yourself or a loved one? Were those prayers answered? I have, so I know the power of prayer is real. It's not to say those prayers were answered just the way I wanted, because God answers prayers,... Continue Reading →

From Widowed Child Bride in Nepal to Hope

My daughter will be 13-years-old in two weeks.¬†She'll officially be a teenager. Which is exciting and terrifying at the same time. She enjoys playing basketball and soccer. She is artsy, creative, and has a love for words. She is smarter than me at her age. She can be goofy and she can be serious. She... Continue Reading →

Not Every Little Girl is Celebrated | Gendercide in So Asia

I have two daughters. The first took nearly two years to conceive. Oh, how we tested, tried, and waited. We found out she was a she on 9/11. That 9/11. Is it possible to feel overwhelming sadness and joy on the same day? We painted walls in girl appropriate colors, bought little girly clothes, registered... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Countries For the Persecution of Christians

According to Open Doors World Watch List*, 100 million Believers in Jesus Christ have been persecuted for their faith. In America, we take religious freedom for granted. We totally do. Imagine being a Christian but not having a Bible to study the Word of God. Imagine not having the freedom to walk with your God.... Continue Reading →

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