It’s not often 8,000-plus people follow a real life-and-death journey. But that’s exactly what happened as 26-year-old Charlie Russell fought through COVID-19 complications in the ICU.
Hussein traveled thousands of miles to attend the Global Missions Health Conference. An evangelist from Afghanistan, he believes medical missions can open doors for the Gospel.
The Global Missions Health Conference is a favorite happening at Southeast Christian Church as thousands come from around the world to learn, network, be inspired and encouraged. They are medical students, pastors, leaders of nonprofits and volunteers.
When Ron Kelley was working long hours and traveling across the world as the owner of a software company, he would often complain to his dad about juggling work and family.
During a high school track meet one afternoon, Lachelle Baker was in the stands studying for her nursing degree when the crowd stood and started cheering. When she asked what the hoopla was all about, someone said, “Look at that kid flying around the track!”
Cubans facing food shortages due to an outbreak of COVID-19 have no idea that volunteers a thousand miles away packed a million meals for them at Southeast Christian Church.
A unique Southeast Christian Church missions team chose to live homeless for 48 hours. No cars. No debit cards or cash. No extra clothing or snacks.
John 4 tells the story of the woman at the well in which Jesus meets a Samaritan woman, graciously exposes her sins and asks her to follow Him.
Torrential rain did not drown out pounding hammers at the Fern Creek Fire Dept. as 200 volunteers framed interior walls for five homes Saturday morning, July 10.
During Bible & Beach, Southeast Christian Church’s student conference June 19-24 in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, double red flags flew all week warning that the ocean was closed to the public due to dangerous currents.
MONROVIA, Liberia—Negative COVID-19 tests in hand along with masks and passports, Southeast Christian Church’s first international missions team since the start of the pandemic set off for Liberia May 25. Their goal was to explore ministry, pray for the country and visit girls’ schools found…
A framed piece of art in Andrew Terry’s office at Anchorage Public School includes the words of Proverbs 27:17: “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.”
On the way home from visiting her sister in Las Vegas, Liz Hackler was “so done with normal.” She had just finished reading “Radical” by David Platt and “Kisses for Katie” by Katie Davis.
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