Please CLICK on the image below to read the entire March 2021 Barnabas Newsletter. Thank you for downloading the March 2021 Barnabas! We appreciate your continued support always. *A Ministry of WEC International.
Caregivers are often some of the most unselfish people globally, constantly looking out for others’ needs before ever considering themselves. However, caregivers have to make sure they put on their masks….no, not the ones we are all having to wear in our world today, but the mask that the airlines provide in the case of … Read more
Do you have friends who are caregivers? Read the attached article to find suggestions for ways to minister to them. If you have other ideas, please share them here as well! We are the Cope family and live in Erie, Colorado, USA. My name is Ann, my husband is Robb, and we are parents to … Read more
What Christian worldview do you believe is most under attack today? The rights of our children are at stake! Especially Transgender children. Please take the time to read the following and consider how God wants you to respond. What was once unthinkable has become unquestionable. And so, every Christian must know how to engage this … Read more
When you consider the concept of a family today, what comes to your mind? In India, the practice known as female infanticide has implications on the country’s family unit. Read on to find out one missionary’s take on the Indian family unit below. Family is divine in origin and has a specific place in God’s … Read more
Please CLICK on the image below to read the entire December 2020 Barnabas Newsletter. Thank you for downloading the January 2021 Barnabas! We appreciate your continued support always. *A Ministry of WEC International.
The children make-up half of the refugee population. Read this missionary’s first-hand account of how you can reach these traumatized refugee children. “… I was a stranger and you welcomed me in…” (Matthew 25:35). Though Christmas has passed, the Story has just begun. Soon after Jesus’ birth, his family had to flee – they were … Read more
How can we, the church, reach out to the increasing number of refugees? Read the attached for your call to action! In Leviticus 19:34 it states, “The foreigner residing among you must be treated as your native-born. Love them as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt. I AM the Lord your God.” And yet, … Read more
Missionaries are finding creative ways to minister to refugees during this time of pandemic. Read and find out how God is providing! “Could you use computers for your ESL students?” a man asked me after I finished speaking at a men’s breakfast at our church. I thought for a minute. I couldn’t imagine many … Read more
Please CLICK on the image below to read the entire December 2020 Barnabas Newsletter. Thank you for downloading the December 2020 Barnabas! We appreciate your continued support always. *A Ministry of WEC International.
We celebrate the Ministry of our Founder and Curriculum Developer this Christmas season with reflections from Dr. Phyllis Kilbourn on her 50+ years of Service with her retirement letter. Merry Christmas from the CCTI staff! I shall speak of the power of your awesome acts. And I will tell of your great deeds. I will … Read more
As we wrap up our series on the importance of STOP (Structure, Talking and Time, Organized Play, and Parental Support) during this season of the pandemic, we see how to incorporate Parental Support into the child’s life. As you will see, using all four of these elements together is vital to the successful healing of … Read more
As we have looked at the need for Structure and Talking and Time for our children and youth over the last few months, Organized Play is another area of need. Everyone needs an outlet to be able to express their emotions. Our Lord is so creative and He has given us various ways to show … Read more
Please CLICK on the image below to read the entire October 2020 Barnabas Newsletter. Thank you for downloading the October 2020 Barnabas! We appreciate your continued support always. *A Ministry of WEC International.
The following is an edited scenario of a real-life trafficking case and how innocently it happened from a Facebook Post. It has been copied and shared with permission. Please read and consider before you Facebook Post anything! A Simple Facebook Post A guy sends you a friend request. He looks nice enough, so you check … Read more