Mothers that Have Inspired Us
We’re encouraged every day by the stories we hear from our listeners. Here’s this month’s inspiring audio testimony from a woman in the Philippines.
Lenda’s story is one of the most moving and powerful stories we’ve ever heard.
Early one morning, Champa’s life was forever changed…
It’s been a year and a half since her husband and three other FEBC volunteers were first abducted and then killed by pro-Russian separatists for their faith. Yet despite this, Natalia is still living in Slavyansk and is now ministering to refugees and others that have been affected by the conflict in Ukraine.
At 11 years old, Seil had faced enough abuse.
“I hope, one day, that Kyrgyzstan will become, not a secular country, not a Muslim country, but a Christian country.”
Abandonment. This word means something truly unique to Saule. Her parents gave her up when she was born, and she ended up in terrible hands.
Hear stories from around the world from a Christian perspective.
In the third grade, Masha’s mother lost custody of her children, and Masha and her sister ended up in an orphanage. All of a sudden they were abandoned and alone. One day, a man came to the orphanage and told the orphans they had a heavenly Father who loved them…
Lida’s husband betrayed her by becoming involved with Lida’s own mother, forcing Lida to leave home with nothing but the clothes on her back. Desperate and alone she wandered from village to village, unsure of where to turn.
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