Q&A with Mission Aviation Fellowship President David Holsten on the challenges of reaching the most isolated villages in the world. In a remote village on the side of a mountain in Papua, a man has been writing letters. “I’ve written so many letters asking for teachers to come,” he says. “I’ve written so many letters, my pens have all run out of ink. I don’t have any more pens to write with. But then all of the sudden I heard you guys were coming. I was so happy hearing that I could not sleep at all last night.” A new…

Among Americans, outrage has grown over China’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Is its status as trusted partner in prosperity in jeopardy?

I am a prideful person, but by God’s grace my repentance grows deeper each day. Even though this sin repulses me, I return to it. I’ve found that condescension and haughtiness are appealing at first but they leave a terrible aftertaste. When I return to pride, I’m always left wondering: How did I end up here? Why did I eat the fruit of pride yet again?   I want to explore why pride can feel so powerful. It plays these 5 games on us, and it is a master at them. Be careful to avoid its tricks, because joining in will come at a…

“Dear friends, do not be surprised at the painful trial you are suffering, as though something strange were happening to you…..”However, if you suffer as a Christian, do not be ashamed, but praise God that you bear that name.” 1 Peter 4:12 & 14 After a meeting, my husband Bill was approached by a student from the Middle East. He was attending a local university and Bill was speaking on the uniqueness of Jesus. The young man said, “I was tremendously moved by what you said about Jesus tonight. In my country when a person becomes a Christian he…