Hispanics for Christ legally began in 2004, but the ministry actually was started when Jorge Osorio planted the first Hispanic ministry at Hollyview Baptist Church in 1995.
I first visited Chain of Love nearly twenty years ago on a short-term mission trip with Faith Baptist Church, the church I was pastoring in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
On July 4, my family and I entered Ukraine for the second time in a month, visiting one of the groups struggling the most in Ukraine right now, orphans.
Tim and I are just so amazed and blessed—our jaws are literally dropping at what God has been doing at the Bicol Center for Christian Leadership lately.
This June, Dennis and Nancy Palmer, Calvin and Susanne Hohn, and Elsie Lewandowski are all retiring as long-time missionaries with the NAB.
Last month, I had the privilege of spending time with our missionary team in Brazil. It is so exciting to see what God continues to do through NAB partnerships.
One of the lesser-known but nonetheless impactful members of the family was Emma Rauschenbusch – the daughter and youngest child of August Rauschenbusch.
Stories of NAB international missionaries in the midst of the war in Ukraine, and David Fitch at Bonfire, April 25–27.