Kelly Phillips is a History Maker with a passion to see the Gospel spread to her generation. As a full-time staff member with Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru) in California, Kelly has been spending her recent days raising support.
In this podcast episode, Kelly explains the role of mission support and its critical place of partnership in extending the Gospel. She also discusses how mission supporters can be centrally involved in the work of those they support through finances, encouragement, communication, and prayer.
It's easy to give thanks to the Lord when things are going well, but how often do we give that same thanks during rough times? Give thanks to the Lord, and pray without ceasing.
All it takes is one man (or woman) to take action, make an impact, and change history. What can you do to become a leader and make a difference for the kingdom of God?
Time is priceless. It can not be saved, bought, borrowed, or sold. What are you doing to make the most of the time you have been given?
Are we actually doing more harm than good by doing nothing at all? Do we hurt those in need by taking no action at all? It's time for us to do stand up and do something!
People say "don't put all you eggs in one basket." Reality is, we as Christians need to put ALL of our eggs in Jesus' basket. The idea of not putting ALL of our resources, ALL of our trust, ALL of our hope in one place is probably really good advice. Good advice for all those who don’t know Jesus Christ.
Small groups in a local church are a win-win for everyone. Check out these seven benefits of being a big part of something small!
Kelly Phillips is a History Maker and a full-time staff member with Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru) in California. In this podcast, Kelly explains the role of mission support and its critical place of partnership in extending the Gospel.
Crisis situations emphasize the need for leadership. The best responders are the ones prepared to act whenever disaster happens. Are you ready to mobilize response when unforeseen circumstances happen?
The deeper and broader we look, the more we can see the hand of God moving over the earth in power and authority. How do you see God at work in the world?
Every day, we make significant investments of our time, resources, and energy. We may not be climbing Mount Everest, but we do constantly take risks. The question we must ask ourselves is: Is it worth it?
Two Sudanese refugees share the story of their conversion to faith in Jesus Christ after receiving "crates of food from the heavens." See how God was glorified as relief was offered to those in need in Sudan.
We live in an age when reaching our Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, and ends of the earth is right at our fingertips. Check out these seven simple tips to effectively share your faith online!