Testimony

Testimony

A living library of articles by participants in the different Cross-Current groups and interviews with some of the amazing people who lead our groups.

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A Lockdown Reflection from Albania
A brief reflection from Albania on how we should use our time to be still and pay attention to who Jesus really is in the midst of this uncertainty and craziness.
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Relationships During the Pandemic
The pandemic has revealed our status quo in relationships. Our high tempo lives were abruptly paused, the regular noise went on mute. We stayed face to face with whatever treasures we really possessed
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In Gold We Trust: A Reflection on Switzerland
A bittersweet reflection.
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How is the COVID-19 Pandemic Changing the Way People Relate?
Reflections on how a pandemic affects how we live and how we relate to others. By Shuk Ling Chan from the Cultural Influencers Group.
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When We Lost Control: Reflections from Italy During COVID-19
Only through acknowledging that we do not have control, can we really begin to depend on Christ, and put our trust and our life in Him.
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An Astrophysicist’s Loaves of Bread and Fish
How can I, an astrophysicist, serve God through my work? It is a question that I have been thinking about since I started studying...
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Landfill and Me
Our Cross-Current participants pop up in all sorts of places! Working in landfill gas is certainly not a glamorous job, but it’s a necessary part of stewarding our planet.
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Finding Cross-Current and My Calling
Dima joined Cross-Current Politics in spring 2018. Here he shares his testimony. It’s always great to read about Cross-Current being an answer to someone’s prayers!
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Business and Corruption
Corruption is a “significant obstacle” to doing business in Ukraine, according to the OECD. Being honest at work is a daily battle for Vera who works as a finance and administration manager in Kyiv.
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A New City Group in Tirana
The Tirana City Group started in autumn 2018. Read what one of the participants had to say after the first meeting.