Wherever, Whenever By Nikki White

“My bags are always half-packed,” said Marcela Taquet, from her home in France, “because I have learned to be ready to go.” Her confidence and gracious demeanor can easily lead one to believe that she has lived there all her … Read More

When Spring Comes Again By Nikki White

Unlike the thousands of refugees fleeing her war-torn country, Yulia was desperate to get back. She had just received news that her sixteen-year-old daughter was trapped in Mariupol and her son, a soldier, had been killed. At the very least, … Read More

To Change One Life By Mark J.H. Klassen

“When I was three months old, my parents brought me to an orphanage,” Saikhnaa explained about her childhood in Mongolia. “I was the third daughter in my family. They didn’t want me.” Two years later, Saikhnaa’s aunt came to the … Read More

The Courage to be Gentle By Nikki White

“Recently, while reading Colossians, I was particularly struck by one line,” Aiyla said, reflecting on Colossians 3:12. “It says, ‘Therefore, as God´s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience.’” Then she paused. … Read More

Standing In Line By Joanna Pharazyn

I passed! Praise God, I thought to myself, I finally passed my driver’s exam in Portugal. Then the examiner informed me that I had to go to the transportation office, yet again, and get my photo taken. I thought this … Read More

Snowstorm By Mark J.H. Klassen

Tariq was on his way home when he got caught in the snowstorm. He and his son had traveled by car to share the Gospel in a very remote community in the mountains of Central Asia. They knew that they … Read More

Searching for Sebastian: a letter from father to son By Israel Chavez

Israel and Sandra Plett-Chavez are serving with Multiply at the Matthew Training Center in Guadalajara, Mexico. Sandra, from Canada, has been serving in Mexico since 2007. Several years ago, she met Israel who was the pastor of RETO Pinar Church … Read More

Safari By Safari Mutabeshi

My name is Safari, and this is how I learned the way of peace. I come from a people called the Banyamulenge. We are cattle herders and live in the high mountains of Eastern Congo overlooking Lake Tanganyika. Over the … Read More

My New Sweater By Cory Giesbrecht

The cold does not discourage our church’s young men’s group from venturing outside to do outreach, sharing the Gospel with all who pass by. Some time ago, a generous donor provided us with resources to put together 1,000 gift packages … Read More

Ladders and Wings By Nikki White

Tenzin was sent to the monastery as a small boy and spent most of his life as a monk. It was all he knew until, as a young man, he met some believers on a bus. These Christians befriended him … Read More

is this normal? By Nikki White

On a recent video call with Nasser al’Qahtnai, Multiplies Regional Team Leader for North Africa and the Middle East, we heard about how the Church in these regions is living on mission during the current COVID-19 crisis. “Nothing has really … Read More

Guests of the River Folk By Nikki White

In May, I attended the global summit of the International Community of Mennonite Brethren (ICOMB) in Brazil. Following the event, Emerson Cardoso, Brazilian church leader and Multiply’s Regional Team Leader for Latin America, took seven of us to visit the Ribeirinhos, … Read More

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