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Impact Stories

Lightening leaders’ loads

Lightening leaders’ loads

When your load is heavy and you feel alone in the carrying, it’s refreshing to have someone come alongside you. Someone who can say, “I understand. I’ve carried a similar load,” and, “Let me help.” Read more. >

Learning to Bring Truth to Life

Learning to Bring Truth to Life

Thomazile Mofu’s weekends and Wednesday evenings are devoted to evangelism. He distributes flyers and converses with young people at an area near a squatter camp every Saturday and Sunday, along with his mentor. He spends his Wednesdays at the gold mines, again along with his mentor, engaging workers in spiritual conversations. Read more>

Sound familiar

Sound familiar

Anna Ruth Liao’s church in Legazpi City, the Philippines, encourages people to get involved in house church communities. She and her husband hosted one in their home. Each week, someone in the group was asked to lead the discussion. Read more.>

Spanish revival? Si! Si!

Spanish revival? Si! Si!

Young Spanish-speaking Christians are praying for and seeing beginnings of revival. Passionate for Jesus, they’re doing their part to help believers grow spiritually across the Spanish-speaking world.  Read more > 

From Discoverer to Director

From Discoverer to Director

Mo Blackmon lives in Canada with her husband Wes, and travels to Latvia to facilitate Entrust Equipping Women modules. Read more.>

Multiplying in Latvia

Multiplying in Latvia

Lasma Asme was involved in Entrust’s first leadership training in Latvia when she took Facilitating Relational Learning (FRL) in 2014. Read more.>

Like a beautiful rose

Like a beautiful rose

A celebration. A reunion. A working conference. A historic gathering.

Mid-September 2019.  Read more.>

Against the grain

Against the grain

Responding to open questions and sharing from the heart are not the cultural norm in Japan. But as Japanese women taste this style of learning, they love it, want more and pass it on. Read more.>

20 life stories

20 life stories

Twenty women of varied ethnicities, languages, tribes and life experiences made up our first-ever Entrust Equipping Women Kenyan hub training in 2017.  Read more.>

Hardship, prison and exile

Hardship, prison and exile

I stood alone on the side of the mountain, on the border of my home country in the Middle East, wind whipping through my hair, dust stinging my eyes. I wasn’t sure what awaited me, but I was sure where God wanted me to go. Read more >

God changed everything

God changed everything

Vlada, Tanja and little Filip. This is their story. It could have been a very sad one, with all the pre-dispositions for being such — dysfunctional families of origin, husband a drug addict, difficult financial situation — but God changed it all. Read more >

Slow and small leads to widely transferable

Slow and small leads to widely transferable

Livija Godina knew. Mo Blackmon knew. Now Agnese and Karina and many more Latvian women know. Entrust Equipping Women discipleship and ministry training really works. It changes lives. Read more >

God, Google, Gratia and Growth

God, Google, Gratia and Growth

Growing up in a fatherless home with eight siblings, Gratia felt bitter toward her father. An Entrust training module not only led her to understand the miracle of completely forgiving him but equipped her with increased effectiveness and courage in her many ministries. Read more >

I had no idea

I had no idea

In 2017, after years of growth as a Christian and involvement in ministry, I discovered something almost completely new to me. Here’s how I got there. Read more >

A Paul and Timothy story

A Paul and Timothy story

Brimming with zeal for the God he recently came to know, a young man attends a Christian finance conference. He walks into the auditorium and takes the first open seat he sees, finding himself next to a man about his father’s age. The older man greets the younger man.  Read more >

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