Maybe it’s a little late to still be looking back at 2016, but we have been so amazed by God this last year that we want to revisit some of the great stories of His work among the nations and the great lessons He taught us! Below are some examples of things God gave us think over and learn more about as well as some stories to give Him praise for. Rejoice with us over these great things God has done!
Early Saturday morning Dec. 17th, Carol Schuler, mother of Encompass Global Worker Holly Angle, passed away. After a life of 79 years, she now resides in the true peace of Jesus Christ her Savior. Please take a moment to pray for our dear friend Holly and her family in their time of loss.
When Encompass Global Workers Ted and Vivien loaded their suitcases into the trunk of a taxi cab in Manila, they were planning an ordinary drive to the airport.
UPDATE 10/04/2016, 4:00 PM: Freya is now home again with her family and happy that her problems didn’t turn out to be what she had feared. It was determined that the antimalarial mefloquin is to be blamed.
Early Wednesday morning (Sept. 28) Nancy Peugh, former Encompass missionary in Germany, passed away. Her husband Roger is a professor at Grace College and Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana. Both are well known and loved in the States and around the world, and have been active in ministry regardless of age.
Have you ever experienced option fatigue? People who are seeking clarity in the where, when, what, how, and who of missions are often diagnosed with option fatigue. It’s is a real thing. With all these variables to consider, it can become overwhelming.
The Grace Trust, Inc. (d/b/a Encompass World Partners), with headquarters at 5938 Buford Hwy NE, Suite 216, Atlanta, Georgia, announces that its annual Corporation Meeting will be convened at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, 123 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M9 on Saturday, July 23, 2016, at 12:45 PM.
Have you experienced it...that moment when the Spirit of God makes you restless, earnest, and curious? Every time you hear conversation and discussion surrounding least-reached people groups or about making disciples—that tug on your conscience? Maybe you feel drawn to stories of going with conviction, crossing cultures, sacrificing the familiar for the foreign…the temporary for the sake of the eternal. To consider entering your name into that storyline is exciting. Fearful. Overwhelming. The questions that flood your mind have to be sorted. Fears. Faith. Worries. Wisdom. Truth. Lies. But when “the love of God compels” you, you can’t put the restlessness aside but seek the Lord’s face.