The most important relationship you will ever have is with Jesus Christ. That’s why we want to see people of all nations know who He is and experience a personal relationship with Him. We want to help everyone grow in their faith, become more like Christ, and share the truth of God’s Word with others.

Our Mission

Our mission is to make the life-changing wisdom of the Bible understandable and accessible to all.

Our Vision

Our vision is to see people of all nations experiencing a personal relationship with Christ, growing to be more like Him, and serving in a local body of His family.

Our Daily Bread Devotional

A Serving Leader

In traditional African societies, leadership succession is a serious decision. After a king’s demise, great care is taken selecting the next ruler. Besides being from a royal family, the successor must be strong, fearless, and sensible. Candidates are questioned to determine if they will serve the people or rule with a heavy hand. The king’s successor needs to be someone who leads but also serves.

Even though Solomon made his own bad choices, he worried over his successor. “Who knows whether that person will be wise or foolish? Yet they will have control over all the fruit of my toil into which I have poured my effort and skill” (Eccl. 2:19). His son Rehoboam was that successor. He demonstrated a lack of sound judgment and ended up fulfilling his father’s worst fear.

When the people requested more humane working conditions, it was an opportunity for Rehoboam to show servant leadership. “If today you will be a servant to these people and serve them . . . ,” the elders advised, “they will always be your servants” (1 Kings 12:7). But he rejected their counsel. Rehoboam failed to seek God. His harsh response to the people divided the kingdom and accelerated the spiritual decline of God’s people (12:14-19).

In the family, the workplace, at church, or in our neighborhood—we need His wisdom for the humility to serve rather than be served.

 Stories of God at Work

Joshua and Grace were raised to know the love of God and to put their trust in Him. When their mother had a bad fall resulting in a traumatic brain injury and three major operations, that faith was put to the test. But through all the challenges and questions, God gave them peace. Grace said, “Through my pain and sorrow, I have learned to praise Him in the storms because He will be the One to calm the seas. And eventually, God will make things right.”

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