Small choices can have a ripple effect, leading to big impact in the hands of the Miracle Worker. Through this four-part devotion, we’ll discover how people in the Bible made ordinary choices that God used for His extraordinary plan — and consider how He can work through us today.
After Darlington and Maria participated in World Vision’s Biblical Empowered Worldview training, they stopped seeing themselves as worthless and instead began viewing themselves as children of God. This transformed how they could envision and act on their future dreams and goals.
In a Zambian village, Maggie’s daily quest for water once hindered her education and exposed her to ridicule. As a result of World Vision’s work with her community, a borehole was installed, equipping families with easy access to water, which has improved their lives in a variety of ways. Now with more free time, Maggie is pursuing her dream of nursing while savoring childhood moments.
An aunt tried to rob 16-year-old Margaret of her dream of an education. Now, free from her aunt and with newfound confidence from a World Vision savings group and Biblical Empowered Worldview training, Margaret is seeing her dream resurrected.
Prisca, a single mother in the Buyantanshi community in Zambia, is using money she saved through a World Vision savings group to fund her own education as well as meet the needs of her baby boy. Through mentorship, financial literacy training, and the Biblical Empowered Worldview program, she’s come to understand that even small savings can redirect her future.
What continues to weigh on your heart, keeping you from finding rest? Maybe it’s a failing marriage or a prodigal child. Maybe it’s a health concern or an international crisis. Whatever it is, when you’ve been praying for something for so long it’s easy to give up hope. Take heart! Here are ways to pray when you’re tired of praying for your miracle.
God calls us to speak up and advocate for those in need. Explore Bible verses on advocacy and gain insight into the powerful teachings that empower us to be agents of change in the world.
Through participation in a savings group in rural Zambia, women are changing not only their own lives but those of their community members as well.