While on a Beauty for Ashes trip in Thailand, World Race Alum Jena Foster met three Chinese tourists while waiting for rain to pass. She had no idea her conversation would lead to one of them becoming an advocate against human trafficking - just days after he purchased a girl for the night.
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After repeatedly finding the young boys from his ministry site sniffing glue when they thought no one was looking, Austin Shugart of 2015 N Squad was frustrated. Then God changed his perspective.
While walking through a village in Zambia, Alicia Wrigley of 2015 N Squad met a man who was dead for three hours and came back to life. His story left her speechless, but what happened next she’ll never forget.
When Patrick Booth of 2015 M Squad was invited to speak in a men’s drug rehabilitation program, he knew exactly what he was supposed to do: enroll as a patient for a week in order to learn more about the men there. He had no idea just how much those he met would impact him.
After a few hours of depending on his teammates for everything, God asked him this life-changing question.
This year we launched the first ever FUSION squad - a World Race squad made up of Korean, Vietnamese, Swazi, and US Racers. Through their 7 months on the field, these Racers have pioneered what it means to serve as the global Body of Christ.
Racer Simeon Rodgers shares how the Holy Spirit blew his expectations of prayer out of the water.
Bekah Shearin of 2014 L Squad has been really digging into her World Race experience, and what God has uncovered is something truly incredible: her true self.
There’s a movement spreading throughout Southeast Asia.
Rescued women in the Philippines and Thailand are choosing to return to the same bars where they once were captives. They want to set their sisters free.
Together, they are living out their Freedom Story.