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Loving The Muslim Woman Like Jesus Loved the Samaritan Woman

Ramadan is the holiest month of the Muslim calendar involving ritual fasting and doing extra deeds to earn favor from Allah. This year, it began on May 15th and ends June 14th.  During this month, Muslims will give extra to the poor, serv... Read More »

Faithful Until Death: The Sacrifices of Three Southwestern Women

The New Testament records that as the church grew, women were among the first converts (Acts 5:14, 8:12, 17:4,12). Scripture also records that women were among the first persecuted for their faith (Acts 8:3; 9:22; 22:4). And from that time ... Read More »

Set Apart and Sent: The Impact of Southwestern Women Around the World

Women have been created in the image of God and have been given a role to fulfill. Women can do anything they have been gifted and called to do within the boundaries and guidelines that God has placed. We serve a loving, creative God who i... Read More »

Why We Go

[Editor’s Note: The following post is from a journal entry after a recent return trip to India, where Kennedy had served for two years.] Six years ago, I moved to South Asia. This week I returned. From the day I left to the day I retu... Read More »

The World Outside My Doorstep

Today, I went walking through a store. I passed two men arguing in Hindi. I walked beside a group of students chatting in some language I didn’t understand. I ran into a woman wearing a churidar kameez. Where was I, you ask? ...Kroger in ... Read More »