Mar 14, 2018 | SDG Goal.
The first world countries described as “Developed” often categorize third world countries as “Developing”, however lack of material wealth does not really indicate that a country is deprived. Also a strong economy in a highly developed nation does not mean much especially when a significant percentage of the population is struggling to cross the poverty line and manage vulnerability.
Mar 12, 2018 || Missions Monday
On our #MissionsMonday feature, we have the Every Tribe Missions; a Christian NGO in Southern Africa which seeks to share the love of God and reach out to souls.
- Missions Training Program – a four-month course where students come to be trained on how to be a missionary. Students come and live at the mission base and have an intense schedule of theology and practical learning. The program is designed to stretch you mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. From 7am to 6pm missions students are being taught who they are and what they are capable of in Christ, how to preach the gospel cross culturally, and how to practically survive in rural and third world situations. The purpose of MTP is to raise up missionaries that are equipped and ready to take on any challenge or situation they may face in the rural communities. The combined training gives the participant a balance of both Biblical understanding and hands on missions training.
- Commission Trips – with Matthew 28:19 (Go then and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them into the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit) as the focus. These Commission trips involve striving to take the gospel into unreached people groups in Africa and around the world, living out the Great Commission! Not only are they reaching the lost but they train individuals how to evangelize. They also focus on discipleship and follow ups on areas that have been evangelized.
The goal of Every Tribe Missions is to see the local people change their communities. Our focus is to empower the local people to better themselves and the community. We strive to raise up missionaries within the local people to send into other communities, people groups, and countries all over the world. Then as they are sent out, lives will be touched, communities transformed, and nations will be shaken.
Every Tribe Missions is a missions organization striving to take the gospel into un-reached people groups around the world. Our emphasis is on developing the local people as leaders that will carry on for decades and raise up others leaders. We want to assist the people in realizing and acknowledging their own potential, reach it, and go beyond.Our desire is to cast vision into the local people, and see them develop it, while encouraging them and providing tools along the way.
We at The Amarachic Brand, are committed to celebrating Christian Hope Relief Systems as these and it’s our continuous porayer that many souls would be reached and drawn unto salvation. We celebrate The Every Tribe Missions – More Grace!
Reach out to them
Mar 07, 2018 || Eco-Post
Today’s first feature on the Eco-post series is Ethiopian born Bethlehem Alemu, Founder SoleRebels a fast-growing Eco-friendly collection of branded foot wears. Despite the challenges, she plunged forward into this business and is impacting lives.
Mar 06, 2018 || A Girls’ Trip
Yes, this post is for the ladies.
When last did you go on a girl-cation with the girls. When did you have a fun trip, outside the family trip? When was the last time you and the girls left all the diaper changing, the work targets, the boo matter and spend quality bonding and memorable time together? You have been planning for ages, now is the time to execute those travel goals. Ask yourself, when will it happen.
Well, I have good news for you, i always do!
Mar 05, 2018 || Support Awareness
“Sometimes the size of a crisis alone can breed apathy. Large numbers tend to numb and paralyze rather than move people to action. In the midst of the refugee crisis, how can you see the individual? How can you help others do the same?”
As part of the World Help Volunteer and member, it’s a responsibility to write about the challenges people face and bring necessary help their way.
Today’s focus is about the bystander effect, learning to see the individual admist the situation and crowd.
As individuals how can we see the individual despite the situation. For instance a Pakistani who migrates from his home land to your country; what constariants limits you. Would you turn the other cheek? Would you help him, welcome her into your home without being judgemental…..
In a world where terrorism is taking a high toll, how can we empower individuals from terrorist nations, and how can we encourage others to do so.
Do share your thoughts.
Mar 03, 2018 | A Life Well Lived
“I have one message: that Jesus Christ came, he died on a cross, he rose again, and he asked us to repent of our sins and receive him by faith as Lord and Savior, and if we do, we have forgiveness of all of our sins.” —Billy Graham
A forerunner and an evangelist at revival meetings, and on radio and television for over 40 years, born on November 7, 1918, in Charlotte, North Carolina, Billy Graham helped bind together a vulnerable nation through religious revival. By glazing over the finer details of Christianity and focusing on more moderate doctrines, Graham made evangelism enticing, non-threatening, even easy—and the media made his messages accessible to the masses.
Mar 05, 2018 | Musings
It’s the end of another week, yay..
I’m up and thankful as always and I know you are too. How was your week? Fun filled or nay? It’s all good just know I’m glad you’re here because where there’s life hope is around the corner…
Mar 01, 2018 | A Travel Experience.
Still basking in the euphoria of the valentine season? Need a getaway from all the stress of the New Year’s schedule?
Explore the unique blend of beauty and tranquility in one place, it’s an amazing get away. Who is willing to take me on this journey, need to relax some muscles. It pleasures itself with hotels, restaurants and fun nightlife activities.
Feb 28, 2018 | A Refugee Story
– Mandi Corbett