Meet Kamal, who despite his upbringing found Christ in the mist of his pain through a Regional Conference. Do you have a testimony to share from a conference? Share it with us!
Do you have hidden spiritual gifts just waiting to be discovered? Check out these tips for digging deep and using the treasure God gave you. He entrusted you with a gift to help you share the Holy Spirit. Let's put that given talent to work.
In every age and every place, the best person to communicate the Gospel is someone who knows the language, culture, and context of that place. We need to make sure we are doing our part to reach those around us.
At 11AM (Eastern Time US) our home office team gathers in the conference for prayer time. During this time we pray for our alumni, donors, and leaders world-wide. Is there something specific we can be in prayer for you about?
Growth is something worth celebrating, but being prepared for the extra load it brings is a must! As your organization or business grows, your team will need to be prepared. Check out these five ways to build a bigger and better team!
Worrying can consume you, but at the end of the day get you nowhere. Do not worry anything, but instead pray about everything.
Hollis Kimbrough recently spoke at an ILI Leadership Beyond Regional Conference on the obstacles to leadership. In this episode, Hollis shares a very personal story about how the Lord miraculously removed a great obstacle in his life and released him for ministry.
There are events in life that will cause you to cast aside your difference and join together as one. A football game, fighting in a war, and most importantly, sharing Jesus' love. Check out what happened between two rival tribal groups at a recent ILI conference.
You may have heard the saying about rubbing salt in a wound. This would be equivalent to “sticking the knife in and twisting it.” To rub salt in a wound is to make it worse, more painful, more negative… at least, as far as proverbial sayings go. In reality, maybe salt isn't so bad. Perhaps it even contains some healing properties.
We all have a unique testimony that was a gift from God. A gift that we can share with others to show his love, mercy, and forgiveness. Share your story with us, so we can share it with others.
Check out our latest blog to get a better understanding of being a disciple and trace back the history of discipleship. There are countless men and women waiting for us to guide them through the process of transitioning from a believe to a disciple.
There are different levels of listening that we encounter every day, but what level are you listening to Jesus? What would happen if we all called out, “Lord, bid me come,” and listened deeply to His call?
Pastor Valery was born deaf but has not allowed that to stop him from Spreading the Gospel. Find out how he and others from the deaf and hearing-impaired community in Russia are using History Makers and Russian sign language to spread God's word and train leaders!
Recently people in the islands of Hawaii went into a state of brief panic, due to a simple human error. The reason for the mistake had to do with the use of words. Check our these guidelines to help you lead using your words wisely.
There is nothing very captivating about simply putting one foot in front of the other. It is not running or soaring, but a simple steady pace. But when you think about it as our walk in faith, it can be viewed a little differently.
If you haven't already, now is a good time to stop, reflect, and make necessary adjustments so that 2018 can be the best year of your life. Here are eight questions to help set you up for a successful year!
As we begin 2018 setting our resolutions, feeling like we've gotten a fresh start, let's not forget that He is in control. There is a past, and it shapes our future but God is more powerful than our past, and he controls our future!
We share our stories not to be praised, but so others may praise the One who wrote it. Will you make your story known?
Submit the story of how God has transformed your life to ILI so others may join in glorifying our great God!
Most people abandon their New Year resolutions before January is over. Twenty-five percent give up by the second week! Check out these steps to stop making resolutions and start setting SMART goals.