While Mercy Ships is waiting out the Ebola scare, its Africa crew is making good use of its time and medical personnel elsewhere.
According to the organizer of Operation Christmas Child, children are not the only ones who benefit from the shoebox campaign.
Spain is offering to take in children orphaned by Islamic terrorist group ISIS.
We hear a lot about ISIS and its victims in Iraq and Syria, but we have not heard much about the thousands of children left without their parents.
A scripture celebration is taking place today, Thursday, in Orlando, Florida.
As the spread of Ebola continues around the world, and now with a confirmed case in Dallas, one pastor who is familiar with the deadly disease has a suggestion for curbing it.
The Bible translators at Wycliffe acknowledge they still have a lot of work ahead of them, but they know God has them performing a very special task.
Samaritan's Purse believes the reported death toll from the Ebola crisis in western Africa may be extremely conservative, so the ministry is trying to educate the public on the virus.
When it comes to mission work, all can pray, many can pay - and some can draw.
Mercy Ships has been impacted by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Youth, inundated by messages of sin, are receiving answers in how to deal with it through biblical knowledge.
Bible translators are not letting Boko Haram stand in the way of spreading God's word.
A ministry continues to train and equip Christians on how to share the gospel with Muslims -- a group that is reportedly "most responsive to" the message.
An American doctor who contracted Ebola and is being hailed as a hero is living out the "normal Christian life," says a spokesman for the Christian Medical Association.
Nancy Writebol, one of the American mission workers who recently contracted Ebola while serving in Liberia, remains in serious but stable condition, according to SIM, the Christian mission organization with which she serves.
Two Americans, one a female missionary, continue their battle to fight off the deadly Ebola virus in Monrovia, Liberia. The two missionaries are being treated for the deadly virus.