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Provision

Geeta Mondol shares about her recent challenges and God’s provision as she continues the work of the Ashish Centre in New Dehli, India [Luke 5:17-26]. Reflection What does our posture of faith and hope look like in uncertain situations? In what ways have you experienced healing into community? Resources Video: Become Weaker (Jean Vanier) Video: Healed into Community (Sara Miles)

Team Mickelodeon

Team Mickelodeon is headed to India! Besides taking 50 pounds of Beanie Babies and candy canes to donate to the Ashish Center, Mick and Gideon will be participating in an artist in residency with our partner organization and visiting the Seefeldt family. Please be in prayer for their time there. This is the benediction from Sunday that sums it up well: Guiding and […]

Response to Refugee Crisis in Iraq

My name is Megan Engel.  My husband and I have been participating in liturgy at Vox since April.  As I watch the news unfold about the horrors in Iraq, the mass executions and countless people fleeing for their lives, my heart is breaking.  Please join me in bringing about change in this awful situation. As ISIS mounts its campaign of violence within Iraq […]

Teesa’s Update: Transitions

Here at Vox we remain connected to several Vox community members currently living and serving overseas. Teesa Bahana, a much-missed Voxmie, is… well, read it yourself! After some great encouragement, I have been assured that some of you would still like to hear updates from me. My apologies for the months since my last (and only) update, you deserve better. Or […]

Hope Springs Water

Karen Phillips is a Vox member and missions team member. She is looking for help to raise awareness for a water company that raises money to provide water for developing countries. Right now, she’s trying to get the water in Austin-area stores. Contact her for more information at 940-367-3935.  H20 Flow is a tiny water advocacy group consisting of me […]

E’s Update: Khuda Hafez!

One of our own, E, serves in Central Asia. We support his work as a community developer, English teacher, cycling advocate, and Jesus follower as he lives and shares the gospel to his friends. Here I am with just a few days to go in this town I’ve called home since late 2011. I’ve been making the rounds for the […]

Tutapona

This week I met Chloe from Tutapona. She lived in Central Africa and works for this organization that provides counseling to victims of trauma in South Sudan and Uganda. Specifically, they work in refugee camps with displaced people to provide Christ-centered healing and community. Their programs, based on a curriculum that has been tailored specifically for the local cultures, have […]