You can find Tyler Tom roaming the Twin Oaks campus taking in the fresh sunshine, or sipping a hot latte in the Substation. Enamored by God's faithfulness, Tyler Tom gathers stories and interviews to share with you from what God's doing with His children among the nations.
Guided by God through Uncertainty It was dark, and we were tired. "God, what should we do?" Our long day of outreach started when men from another village came to guide us into a different region of the Philippine island of Bucas Grande.
Week after week of ministry at the border After a dozen or so trips to McAllen, TX, and crossing over to Reynosa, Mexico, several times, Aimee has witnessed firsthand the heartache and the hope of immigrants at the border.
WARNING SIGNS: Are your kids looking at Porn? Having a hard time figuring out how to have a conversation with your child about sex, pornography, and sexual purity? We want to encourage you… just do it. Start right now! If you feel like you missed your opportunity, it's never too late. It might be more serious than you think and you are your child's gatekeeper.
Discipling students through Education The future leadership of our communities, churches, businesses, and families is developing in our current children and teens. Their success is highly dependent on how they are educated.
Finding Jesus Changed My Life Forever It was about 24 years ago, when I saw this sign for the first time at the base entrance. I was a broken, pregnant teen from New York who found myself in Texas in a maternity home my aunt found that was part of some "weird Christian thing" called YWAM. Little did I know that this place would become home for me.
Breaking The Cycle of Prostitution And Trafficking "My mom pimped me out when I was about 6 years old." - Street girl. "Wow, we got an education on the streets of Houston! The school of hard knocks." - Kim Dale, who with her husband Martin, direct Youth With A Mission Houston.
A Personal Perspective on the Border Crisis We worked with a local charity yesterday at the Border. This charity is where people go when they have passed through immigration and are waiting for family members to purchase bus or plane tickets for them. People can stay here up to three days. Often they have not eaten, showered, or even rested⏤or very little⏤for days or weeks.
The Battle over homelessness, broken families, and injustice in Urban America. "Oh my gosh, THESE are the prostitutes! I didn't even recognize them!" "I had this revelation one day as I was listening to the kids at our Street Church share their stories. I thought they looked somewhat typical. Just young people running around with backpacks on their backs, except most of them were homeless. We'd...