This article was written by INCM Partner Samaritan’s Purse. My name is Edouard Ndecky. In my country in West Africa, over 95% of the population is not Christian. It is a very difficult place to follow Jesus. But I am blessed because I was raised in a Christian family, and God chose my dad to […]
My 5-year-old insists that crayons are an essential purchase this season, and I can only agree. She has a deep joy for giving to kids she may never meet, a joy she shares with her little brother as they intentionally pray over every colorful shoebox gift we pack as a family. I love getting to model generosity for my children and teach them about Jesus. God nurtured these desires in my heart and continues to reveal His perfect timing in fulfilling the deep desires of my heart. And it all started with a box of crayons.
This guest post was written by Leslie Littrell from Sadie Shares. I sat mesmerized as I listened to a speaker at my son’s Christian school tell the students about an Indian lady who taught school to children living in a slum in New Delhi. Over 25,000 people shared a plot of 5 acres where generation
This post was written by Marta Cortez, a member of the INCM Blog team. Child development experts tell us that a child’s worldview is formed early in their development. In order to help kids understand that God loves the world, it is vital to provide various ways for them to experience missions as early in
by Tracy Carpenter Embrace the reality that kids are not too young to change the world. Around the world, kids are making headlines every day. Some of these headlines are for outlandish activities, but many are for amazing acts of compassion and concern. All around our nation, kids are making a difference by doing noteworthy