Mission to Maasai Land — Journey of Miracles
Mission to Maasai Land — Journey of Miracles
Debi Tesser · Sep 17 8 minute read

As a child, I dreamed of going to Africa as a missionary — never anywhere else — not Australia, Argentina, or Austria, always Africa. While God had given me a love for Africa, at that age I did not realize that it was His calling, His plan for me.

Burglar in the Basement
Burglar in the Basement
Jaël Naomie · Sep 3 2 minute read

To his shock Dr. Chartiable felt cold, hard metal pressed against the back of his head and heard a strange voice command him to, “Freeze!” A burglar had found his way into the church. The burglar’s gun was now bearing down on the elder’s skull. Dr. Charitable, who has a quiet spirit and is a man of few words, fell to his knees and started to pray.

Walking Miracle Challenge
Walking Miracle Challenge
Anthony R. Castelbuono · Aug 20 3 minute read

I kept my higher insulin dosages going for two days, and then I decided to try something I had never done before. I had heard about the benefits of going for a walk after eating and had tried it a few times but I had never SEEN any benefit. Well, this time I SAW the benefit.

A Modern-Day Manna Miracle
A Modern-Day Manna Miracle
Debi Tesser · Aug 18 5 minute read

With no income, occasionally I did not even have a dollar to buy food to prepare the soup. However, God provided because this was His calling. He also knew before He called me that I would be short of funds and that preparing food would not be an option. He took care of everything. One weekend, the church had…

Put This Plane Down Now!
Put This Plane Down Now!
Audrey Castelbuono · Jul 28 3 minute read

Danny threw an aerial map at me and shouted, “Find a place to land!” I looked at the map which was nothing like a road map and saw nothing that looked familiar. My stomach went into my throat as I put the map down and looked out the window, eagle-eyed, trying to find something in all the farmland below that might possibly be a small airfield. Over in the far distance I spotted…

Medical Miracle for Caesar
Medical Miracle for Caesar
Jaël Naomie · Jul 16 2 minute read

Imagine if Caesar was unable to walk the first time the symptoms occurred while he was in Paris. He would have been thousands of miles from home, in a foreign land, where they speak a foreign language that Caesar doesn’t know. No insurance, no family, no support.

The $100 Miracle
The $100 Miracle
Debi Tesser · Jun 14 3 minute read

When I learned of her death, I prayed for her husband. She hadn’t spoken of their financial need of late, but I also sensed that there was a huge monetary obligation with medical expenses because of her stroke and the funeral. Just a few hours later I was going through some things when I opened an envelope from my bank. Inside was a crisp...

Motorcycle Miracle
Motorcycle Miracle
Jaël Naomie · May 31 2 minute read

My son was in a motorcycle accident. Being so far away what could I do? It is my routine to daily lift up their names to the throne of God. So I whispered a prayer in my heart as I listened to the sequence of the accident.

Miracle of the Fallen Trees
Miracle of the Fallen Trees
Debi Tesser · May 5 3 minute read

Even though there was no other vehicle within sight, out of the misty rain stepped a police offer. We were in the middle of nowhere, no houses, no traffic, no moose (fortunately), but there was help. He asked where we were going, and he pointed us down a road I had...

When God Multiplies
When God Multiplies
Jaël Naomie · Apr 16 2 minute read

Despite all the challenges that Michelle faced, she maintained a sweet, humble demeanor. She kept singing, praying, and worshiping God. Do you believe that God can take your “little” and turn it into “much”?

King Jehoshaphat’s Faith-Growing Dilemma
King Jehoshaphat’s Faith-Growing Dilemma
Debi Tesser · Apr 2 6 minute read

Freedom is not the independence to do what we want or the absence of distress. Real freedom is the deep-seated confidence that God does have our best interests at heart and will provide for all our needs, even if the ordeal is very uncomfortable and difficult.

Don't Be Cast Down!
Don't Be Cast Down!
Doroty Palmer · Mar 5 3 minute read

A couple of years ago I went to the ophthalmologist for an eye exam. The doctor was direct. He bluntly declared, "You are going blind. In the next couple of years, you will lose your eyesight and there is...