Video – A Canyon, A Cathedral
Fifty Miles in the Canyon
Brad wanted to go to the nations, but God sent him to the one place he never wanted to be—his hometown. It’s a destination for thousands of international students, refugees and immigrants. And many of them were born and raised in places with little exposure to the gospel.
In our new documentary, Brad and a friend lead a group of their international friends into one of the longest slot canyons in the world for a week-long, 50-mile hike. They eat, sleep, climb, laugh and argue, all while hiking through an ice-cold river in a canyon 1,000 feet deep.
The goal: to survive, build relationships and seek God together.
Watch our half-hour documentary, A Canyon, A Cathedral.
- See also Around the Campfire: Adventures with International Students
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Stories from the pursuit
Storytelling With Nomads
A Pioneer serving in the Arab world shares how she learned to become a storyteller and offers tips for telling stories from the Bible.
Photo Essay – Life in a Fishing Village in Southeast Asia
Life in a coastal fishing village—in Southeast Asia, or really, anywhere—can be both rugged and refreshing. Can you picture God at work here?
Working in Teams: Fishing With a Net
Line fishing is a solitary art, and while it is always appropriate to cast a line with the Good News, we choose to work in teams: fishing with a net.
Charting Your Course to the Nations
How do you prepare to serve among the unreached? Use the Charting Your Course worksheet to brainstorm areas to pursue.
Longing to Be Whole: Hannah Prepares for Story Night
Hannah has been working through a study of the gospels. She is looking for passages to discuss with local friends she gathers for “story nights.”