God Sent Grace By Mark J. H. Klassen

“It started in my wife’s heart,” said Robert Mponye about the ministry to vulnerable children that he and his wife, Esther, began several years ago in their home country of Uganda. “She was an orphan herself.” When Esther was thirteen, … Read More

God Made Me Tuareg By Nikki White

“My name is Ansar, and I am Tuareg.” Ansar belongs to a large ethnic group among the nomadic tribes of Berbers that live and trade across North and West Africa. He was born in Mali, in the city of Timbuktu, … Read More

Drawing the Divine By Johanna Neudorf

It was already half past six, and the basement was uncomfortably cool despite the heating being turned up. I shivered as people from church arrived for the Bible study, partly from the cold, partly from anticipation. We were going to … Read More

Don’t Go By Nikki White

“There we were, with such a strong sense of God’s calling to long-term mission in Peru,” Maricela said, “and at the same time, we were being told, ‘Don’t go!’” Pablo and Maricela Chavez have been pastoring an MB church in … Read More

Come Back in the Morning By Pastor Estache

I was surprised to hear the knock at my door. Who could it be at this time of night? On my doorstep was a man that I had never met before, drunk and high. But I knew him by reputation: … Read More

Burnout By Jorge Morales

Pastors, I thought, are those who take care of others. But who was taking care of the pastors? In Colombia, our MB pastors work hard, often with little recognition for the sacrifices they must make in order to care for … Read More

Building Biffies in Myanmar By Louise Sinclair-Peters

It has been a challenge to follow up with the over two thousand new believers that made a commitment to Jesus during our Christmas outreach events in Myanmar. We are continually looking for new means to gain access to the … Read More

Ask God Which Town By Mark J. H. Klassen

In 2006, Ivana (not her real name) and her husband moved with their five children from Germany to Canada, where they soon welcomed their sixth child. It was a big move for a big family. Little did they know, eight … Read More

And Then By Nikki White

“My friends and family laugh at me. They say I need to see a psychiatrist or go on medication.” But Zemira knows that her experiences are real encounters with the living God. Multiply workers K&K first came to know this … Read More

Abdullah By Louise Sinclair-Peters

During the recent summit of the International Community of Mennonite Brethren (ICOMB) in Brazil, we met and were inspired by a man named Abdullah. This is his story. Born in Lebanon to a devout Muslim family, Abdullah has been educated … Read More

When it Rains By Nikki White

Siriwan Trakunhan is one of Multiply’s key national partners in Thailand. Over the years, she has served in many capacities: working at the Chiang Mai office, teaching the Bible at a juvenile detention center with Carmen Owen and Cynthia Friesen, … 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

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