Teaching the Word of God has always been a huge part of what we do. With Bible Institutes in 13 locations around the world, our desire is to reach a new generation of world changers.
Whether you want to get away in the Adirondacks or head down to sunny Florida, Word of Life camps has options for you. Though the locations are different, our commitment to provide you with solid Biblical speakers, top-notch musical talent, and an amazing location to get away won't change.
Word of Life is an international organization with active ministry in over 60 countries and over 1,100 missionaries. Last year alone, over 160,000 people made professions of faith through the various ministries around the world. To God be the glory...great things He is doing!
With missionaries spread around the country, Local Church Ministries is focused on helping local churches accurately teach God's Word to their youth. We supply the Bible curriculum and then help train your leaders to teach the youth of your church the truths of God's Word.
Jonah 2:8 - Those who regard worthless idols forsake their own Mercy.
My testimony is that my growing up in a christian church only taught me to behave like a Christian. I learned how to act in a way that brought acceptance and love from my parents and others who had any kind of position over me. My identity was found in other people's acceptance. That was my god I served. Over time, living in a world of "rules without relationship", my heart began to be characterized by rebellion. I had outward conformity, but inward rebellion. Skepticism and doubt where common thought patterns and my ability to perform was an ever increasing burden. Performance was the only way I believed I could gain access to God's presence. I had become deaf to God's love despite knowing the Bible and growing up in the church. A friend shared a book with me, "The Return of the Prodigal Son" by Henri Nouwen. This book addressed the burden I carried. It revealed the truth of where I found my identity, in myself. I understood, I heard God calling me His son, and I was able to respond to His love for me (John 10). My pastor shared something very profound with me, "the way a person gets saved is the way a person tends to live their christian life"-Johnny Hunt. I wanted to get saved because the consequences of not doing so where too great a risk, non-acceptance from the community I grew up in and punishment from God. That's not salvation. That's preservation. My christian life was marked by doubt and fear, "am I really saved?" Salvation is based on God's love for me despite my inability to keep His rules. I'm His because He first loved me. He wrote and is constantly perfecting my faith (Hebrews 12:2) "Perfect love casts out all fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love." Who is God to you? Master or Father? Are you living life as a prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32)?
I was raised in a Christian home where I attended church regularly with my parents. My parents were faithful to teach us about God and I believed and understood spiritual things. It wasn't until I reached the age of 17 that I realized I never repented of my sins and placed my faith in Jesus Christ. For the first time, I saw my sin in the light of His righteousness, and had to turn to Him for forgiveness. I look back in my life and see His grace in how He has completely transformed me.
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