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    Following the White Pony

    Celebrating 30 years of INfire: a legacy of pioneering missions that transcends generations! Join us in honoring William Marcus Young's extraordinary journey and his belief in the profound power of God's love. Let's continue to spread faith and hope together.

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    Daniel, a Displaced Child of War

    Join us on an animated journey in the final episode of our series as we explore Daniel’s remarkable journey — a war-displaced child navigating adversities and facing corrupt leaders. Witness how his unconventional path aligns with God’s redemptive vision through Jesus. Daniel, a powerful witness, sheds light on the essence of rescue, inspiring InFire’s mission ...

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    Esther – an Orphan and a Slave

    Welcome to the penultimate episode of our animated video series, where we journey through the stories of children at risk in the Bible. Today, we’re diving into the captivating narrative of Esther that resonates deeply with the modern-day children who face trauma, injustice, and danger. Just as Esther once shielded her people, we, too, can ...

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    David, a Child Soldier

    It’s great to have you back! We are now halfway through our animated video series that delves into the subject of children facing risks, from a biblical standpoint. In our fourth episode, we’ll be focusing on the remarkable journey of David, who transitioned from being a child soldier to becoming the revered King of Israel. ...

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    Moses: A Genocide Survivor

    Welcome back to our six-part video series, where we delve into the gripping topic of children at risk through a biblical lens. In this third installment, we uncover the extraordinary journey of Moses, a survivor of genocide who emerged as the remarkable leader of Israel, leading them out of Egypt. Together, let’s bear witness to ...

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    Joseph- A Human Trafficking Victim

    Human trafficking is a huge and expanding issue today all over the world, but we'll better understand the reality of human trafficking by exploring some biblical history of it within the context of children at risk.

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    Models from the Old Testament

    Welcome to our six-part video series exploring the topic of children at risk from a biblical perspective. Our goal is to shed light on how God sees and works in situations of conflict and danger that affect vulnerable children. Every month, we’ll release a new video that delves deeper into this important topic, offering insights ...

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    Church and Kingdom

    Does the difference between church and kingdom ever feel confusing or blurry to you? Consider these two simple definitions of church and kingdom: Church = Christ + community Kingdom = Christ + cosmos  Church Church is a community that practices worship, prayer, and scripture reading and teaching, as well as the sacraments of communion and ...

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    Three building blocks of revelation

    How does revelation work? Many of us view biblical revelation as a mystical, ecstatic experience or some sort of “knowing” downloaded from heaven into our psyche. Some of us see it as a meditative process or use a tool like journaling to hear God speak better.  These are great descriptives or practices around revelation, but ...

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  • Good Fathers are Crucial for a Healthy Society

    Are good fathers an important core of a healthy society?

    INfire has a strong focus on fathers and mothers. Not as parents per se, but people who characteristically have a heart of a father or mother. We work in areas that are often destabilized by armed conflicts. Fundamentally, violence is married to a love of power. How do we counter that? A father would willingly ...

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    Finding the Innovation Sweet Spot

    Community, or collective based societies, characteristically are more loyal but may struggle with innovation; because, permanence of custom guides the group while individualistic thinkers can chart unique paths. If you nurture a blend of both individualistic thought and community, that is actually an innovation sweet spot.

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    Sustainability Projects

    Two of INfire’s church leaders in Myanmar know firsthand what it means to be at risk for child soldiering. They are actually both former child soldiers and graduates from INfire’s education programs. And they have built some amazing connections that will give the same opportunity to dozens of more children just like them.

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    Prayer Guide

    These are uncertain and unprecedented times for the entire world. You may be wondering how you can help and make a difference. PRAYER is our world’s greatest need right now.

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    The power of education

    Education is important not only in the classroom but in life. We help remote communities learn how to steward their resources and sustain themselves as modernization expands.

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    New Southern Kamoo Rice Paddy

    One of our Children’s Home (currently of 50 children) has been hit hard by the pandemic and the civil conflict in Myanmar. But we have an amazing opportunity to create better food security and sustainability for them by purchasing a 3.4 acre rice paddy!

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