The Message magazine exists to inspire, instruct and inform readers of God's work around the ABWE world. The magazine, which publishes four times per year, is packed with a wide variety of stories about ABWE's work, from compelling features that introduce readers to an up-close-and-personal view of the mission field to snapshots of what our missionaries' ministries look like on an everyday basis. Enjoy it here online!

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A New Reformation

2013 – Vol. 61, No. 1

In this issue of Message, read about ABWE missionary Michael Landoll's ministry to the post-Christian generation living in Germany. Or discover how ABWE is working with an organization called Freeset to help women leave the sex slave trade in Kolkata, India.

Saving Central Asia

2012 – Vol. 60, No. 4

2012-60-4This issue of Message introduces the magazine's new look. You'll read about the College of Theology and Education in Moldova, an ABWE partner ministry that trains pastors to reach Central Asians. We also take an in-depth look at The Roots of Faith courses and pay tribute to Marguerite Doane, a major benefactress who sustained ABWE in the early years.

Surrender

2012 – Vol. 60, No. 3

2012-60-3What does it mean to surrender? In warfare, to surrender means to relinquish the battle, to wave the white flag, to admit defeat. But for the 2012 Candidate Class, surrender means to heed the call of Christ — to make the incredible sacrifice of becoming career missionaries. Each candidate's story points to specific moments of surrender. For some, that turning point came in childhood; for others, the moment occurred much later in life. No matter the timing, we praise God all have made the decision to obey His call and surrender to His perfect plan.

Every Nation, Every Tongue

2012 – Vol. 60, No. 2

2012-60-2This issue of Message takes you to Latin America. The cover story profiles a deaf ministry in Bogotá, Colombia, where ABWE missionaries are reaching out to the hearing impaired in a miraculous way. You'll also enjoy an inspiring story about ABWE's TACTICA Ministry in Costa Rica, where a prominent police chief humbles himself to put God and family before his career.

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