P. Nathan & Meagan Bath serve on field staff in southwestern Idaho, and Nathan is program director of Shiloh Bible Camp. Please pray for the Baths as they share the gospel of Jesus Christ through the varied ministries of Shiloh Bible Camp and by encouraging and assisting churches and rural communities of their area with camps, Bible studies, VBS, pulpit supply, prayer, and more. Check...
Our newest InFaith Pictures film looks at life with autism through interviews with parents and caregivers of those affected by the disorder. One in sixty-eight American children is on the autism spectrum, and raising a child on the spectrum is not easy. It takes a lot of patience, kindness, and willingness to let go of the desire to control every nuance of life – qualities and character traits that few (if any) parents possess within themselves apart from Jesus. To image Jesus to a child with autism means relying on the Holy Spirit every day for strength, grace, and love.
In 2 Corinthians 3:17 it says this: “Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom” (NIV).
Freedom is a marvelous thing. We take it for granted here in the United States, but if you travel around the world, you will see the results of bondage – political imprisonment, travel restrictions on citizens, and lower construction standards. The joy of the people – the song in the air – is taken away by restrictions, laws, and greed. There is no freedom. But where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.Continue