Year: 2015

Not Your Ordinary Football Tournament

Prayer, sport, and friendship were all part of the package at this annual football (soccer) tournament among communities in Europe.

Hearing God in Meditation

“God speaks time and again – in various ways – but nobody notices” (Job 33:14).

Spirit of Christ Community

Community members in Jacksonville FL, USA, strive daily to be radical disciples of Christ.

It’s About More Than Just Winning

Boys become men by being around men and doing the things that men do: compete, lead, follow, fight for a common prize, and celebrate victory. At the end of June 2014, the Work of Christ Community in Lansing, Michigan, hosted the North American soccer tournament for the Sword of the Spirit communities and their outreaches. Over 150 young men participated. The tournament was a fiesta of teamwork, strength under control, and mutual encouragement braced by blistering competition. International and regional friendships were forged as men played through pain in the fight for the trophy – the coveted “sippy cup.”

The Legacy Conference

There is a new door to mission opening among our Kairos alumni

God Was There!

Young people in New Zealand experience the Holy Spirit’s work first hand at this year’s summer camp.

No Death Can Kill Us

The fate of mankind, my own fate, the verdict awaiting me, the significance of the feast, can all be summed up in the sentence surrender thyself to God and thou shalt find thyself again.

Joy in the Face of Death

A school teacher speaks words of faith just days before his martyrdom at the hands of the Nazis.

I Must Take the Other Road

Dear Brethren, Here I am at the parting of the ways and I must take the other road after all. The death sentence has been passed and the atmosphere is so charged with enmity and hatred that no appeal has any hope of succeeding.

Aim at Heaven with All Your Strength

The God of life is a personal God and only when man enters into the dialogue with him does he begin to realize his dreams. In this conversation he learns the fundamental principles of his being-adoration, veneration, love, trust. Anything undertaken on a plane lower than this dialogue, no matter how much zeal and sincerity and devotion go into it, is in the end incomplete. Adoration is the road that leads man to himself.