On Daily Faith, the host of The Zach Drew Show and Founder of IGBY ministries, Zach Drew, joins us to share a powerful testimony of God’s faithfulness in his ministry. Zach Drew is a watchman on the wall for this generation, bringing Godly insight into world events. Zach’s revelation is on the remembrance stones he’s laid from God’s goodness. Throughout the Bible, the Lord told the children of Israel to lay a stone to remember when a particular event would occur. Then, He instructed the children to reflect and remember the miracles He performed, never forgetting.
We all experience various trials and victories in this life, but when was the last time you stopped to reflect on God’s goodness in your life? It’s important to our faith journey to ponder the greatness of God and admire His beauty. Under challenging seasons where the pangs of life seem unbearable, remember that God always keeps His promises. He is faithful to complete the work He starts. He never fails. These are the foundational stones in our walk with Jesus. We can be encouraged that as weeping may endure for the night, joy comes in the morning! It’s time to reflect on what the Lord has done and share your testimony of His goodness.
For more information on current events with IGBY ministry and to learn more about The Zach Drew Show, see www.zachdrewshow.com.
The Orphans Hands ministry is the heart of our outreach ministry in Eastern Europe.
For many years we have rescued the unwanted and forgotten of the world by sharing the warmth of God’s love. In Moldova, many families suffer from a lack of love and social support, and often these families are forced to send their children to an orphanage. In the orphanages, the kids are told they will never amount to anything. When they’re sixteen, they are kicked to the street corner, desperately searching for a place to live before nightfall. This travesty often leads to false hopes and abuse of human traffickers. We have a village of homes called Vatra Village and a home in Odessa, Ukraine, where we care for the needs of the children and share the gospel of Jesus. Our kids are growing in faith, wisdom, and love as they remember the goodness of God in their lives. They are setting their foundation in Jesus one remembrance stone at a time. As the war in Ukraine worsens, this has not stopped our kids from being God’s hands extended to helpless and hurting people.
Recently, as the number of Ukrainian refugees has increased, so has their compassion for the people: the rescued has become the rescuer. Can you help us to continue to be God’s hands extended in this time of tragedy?
To learn more about how you can help support The Orphans Hands Ministry, see www.theorphanshands.org.