Listen to God in times like an unusual rejection, illness, and weather. Storms bring opportunities for Christians and those yet to know Jesus.
Leaders met in a new location for fellowship, learning, and prayer. By looking back and looking forward, we can trace God's movement.
Biak was able to pass out 100 Gospel literature pamphlets with food. So many hungry people came that supplies were distributed in 20 minutes!
John has culture & language skill, passion for the Church, & theological training. With 30 days left, he laid the ministry ground floor.
When passion for evangelism meets sound doctrine, faith grows! Learning English in Brazil is part of the equation.
Tungpi began a discipleship program with 7 students, but that number grew to 17. People believe and then become disciple makers.
Medical needs have been hard, but God has used them for good. We see His kindness in His care for a family serving in Guyana from Brazil.
Finding hope on Trinidad isn't easy for families trapped in addiction. An influx of newcomers adds pressure, but it's also an opportunity.
When Fabi learned she had cancer, United States partners helped with treatment and prayed for healing. God is answering prayer. Join us?
Protocols allowed only 10 people in a service. Corporate worship was complicated, but God provided a solution in a church service outdoors.
Another name is counted among the saints in Christ as a chief follows Jesus. Pray for Pastor Joseph as he disciples the chief in his faith.
Caring for unaccompanied teenagers who are refugees means making room for the unexpected to care for needs and offer refuge.
God is working to bring a continual harvest among Sindhi, Hindu, and Sikh people living as a diaspora in the Philippines.
God uses relief for communities to provide Suan permission to visit church members and those who need Good News for a Buddhist harvest.
A personal message in a partner's own words tells about life & ministry in Myanmar. Partnerships are founded on relationships like this.
A leads a school for refugee students and their families. In his own words, he shares his testimony of how he came from trauma to new life.
Following God’s blueprint opens doors of ministry to young Syrian and Kurdish families. Economic collapse & overpopulation open needy hearts.
God used a faithful radio listener's favorite care to share Christ. When one man heard Good News, he passed it on over coffee.
Every night the station broadcasts scripture in 3 languages. The phone rings with questions, prayer requests, & requests to send out the word.
Serving under His wings is a safe place. Whether traveling, counseling or holding meetings, God protects and keeps them healthy and safe.
In a season of trouble, this team adapts to persevere. They continue with new and creative outreach. The holidays are an opportunity.
God uses earthly circumstances in heavenly ways. Two nurses were moved to medical missions along two unique paths. #medicalmissions
After a series of tragic events in Haiti, back to school means hope in Haiti. Routines, learning, nutrition, & safety are reasons for praise.
Pastor Y sees God at work in his country. His church has grown as new members come to faith in Christ & show it publicly. #CaribbeanWork
National partners respond to waves of Covid-19 in Myanmar with creative ministry and Community Aid. Gospel proclamation looks different.
Pastor Abel in Nicaragua ministers to youth and to other pastors and leaders. Together, they're experiencing God's saving grace. #savinggrace
“Do you want to be my dad?” he asked. "Of course,“ I responded. He smiled. This reminded me of our society’s deficiencies.
"The ministry at our hill tribes churches are doing well and seem to me that they are staying safe and better than those of us in the city."
Did you know that ministry leaders in countries across the world use VBS as a tool to reach kids and their families for Christ?
A mobile school unit would allow their team to travel safely while transporting needed supplies, and to reach children in a wider area.
Bubu and Bahiti work with national believers in North Africa and the Middle East, discipling them and training them for lives of ministry.
One thing that hasn't changed is the possibility of persecution for faith in Christ, especially in some of the more rural areas of Myanmar.
This church in Indi has experienced some of the best examples of God's mighty saving and sanctifying work throughout the past year.
Spring arrived in Ukraine and Alex and Luba praise God for the beauty of nature in their part of the world. They're sowing seeds for eternity.
Part of the event was that they wrote encouraging messages and invitations to people to contact our church and put them in bottles.
He's seen so much fruit from his efforts and has even seen a pastor experience victory in persecution from the village leaders.
Imago Dei church has made huge efforts for outreach with young men, boys, children, the elderly, and people with disabilities in mind first.
Pastor Abel is a master networker who encourages pastors and helps them plan, execute, and evaluate their ministry plans.
COVID inspired the Grace Ministries team to use house-to-house evangelism among the hill tribes in Thailand.
It's so sweet to get a glimpse of some Gospel fruit as the third wave settles, and it makes all the perseverance worth it.
The ministry works to see transformation in the lives of each child in their care through counseling, education, and Gospel presentation.
Would women would be welcome? One woman wanted to learn God’s Word. Now she wants to share the truth with others in remote villages like hers.
Before Covid-19 a couple developed Bible studies, discipled students & equipped leaders as the pandemic descended on students and slums.
When Cyclone Yaas hit land in India in May 2021, the effects rippled across country borders into Bangladesh.
Our partners there working on planting churches in India call it a time of disease, death, distance, and difficulty.
Farah’s mother then brought her to My Father’s House because she has nowhere else to go. God created Farah with purpose.
As protests became increasingly violent, it became evident that the children of Grace Home needed to be removed to a place of safety.
Few Khamti have heard of a Savior who values them as creations of a loving God and came to serve them by dying for their sins.
Pray that the Yakkha would desire the unity and harmony that only Christ can bring to their communities.
Koinonia has identified a new goal called Vision 2025, which is to prayerfully see each of the 360 small groups become its own church.
Brother Elom hadn't made restitution with the people he offended. Now, just like Zacchaeus, Elom has made restitution.
Alex has been able to continue teaching the classes that he started earlier this year and is trusting the Lord will produce fruit.
They've been discipling married couples, and in March they baptized the first new believers of the church in Baquedano!
An older lady confessed, "I have been listening to the Word for a long time, but today I understood the Gospel."
The Sherpa are a Tibetan-related ethnic group made famous as trekking and mountain climbing guides in the high elevation regions of Nepal.
Pursuing through internet blackouts, one of our partners sent us this update of how God has allowed ministry to go on during the coup.
Despite the pandemic odds, Pastor Stephen and his wife also planted a new church and began a new Christian school!
Desperate parents are knocking on the orphanage, begging to be able to leave their little ones within the safe walls of My Father’s House.
Zijah and Lorena began providing for physical needs of special needs students with hope that the door would open for Gospel conversations.
The journey was full of rocky roads and beautiful scenery. The couple was likely bringing the first Bibles the people ever read.
Wave practices hospitality and has successfully introduced Middle Eastern refugees into the church to receive care and learn about Jesus.
24 babies were saved from abortion and mothers chose to receive God’s gift of eternal life.
The personal experience of God's unconditional Mercy and Grace is the driving force when going through difficult cross-cultural situations.
The less fortunate families were overwhelmed with love. The families received gifts, but also quality time and love.
The blankets, books, and food were appreciated. Sharing the news that Jesus provided a covering (atonement) for sin was the most important.
The winter has been a season of corporate worship with other believers. Christmas celebrations in Ukraine last through mid January.
They are a congregation with a passion for missions and are working to reach all age groups, even when restrictions make it more difficult.
The death rate of the villages in Myanmar is what attracted the couple to help. There had been a lack of missionaries and evangelists.
Trivandrum Bible College is strategically-located & academically-accredited. Despite restrictions theological educ. & training is happening.
God is at work when governments rise & fall. At the time one country faced turmoil, God made a way for trucks filled with a library to arrive.
It was an excellent time for Tungpi and his team of evangelists to share the Good News of the Gospel with people who've never heard.
While Biak and others passed out the physical gift of food, two others were able to present a short message about the spiritual gift of Jesus.
My prayer is that the church would be able to get enough funds to deposit a down payment for the land before this coming monsoon season.
Pastor Joseph's 2020 plans changed, but by the grace of God, he still made it to 13 churches in the mountains and valleys of Togo.
One hundred (or more!) kids in the Philippines experienced God’s love and provision during the pandemic as they each received a treat.
Thanks to the help of Live Global, we were able to help more than 400 people with food, medicine, and personal hygiene supplies.
I want to encourage you, in the midst of the pandemic, to continue moving forward with passion for reaching those who are lost.
We preached the Gospel to many lost souls, some church-goers, and church leaders. We drove more than 1600 kilometres and hiked for many days.
Alexander eagerly desires to train more believers in small churches throughout Ukraine in God's Word by "going to them."
Before God and before men, your works will not be without reward because you have invested in the lives of orphans.
Mission work to the slum has been able to continue as long as they follow protocol and remain cautious in their presentation of the Gospel.
Our friends are passionate about using other means of evangelism besides radio to learn more about the people they're reaching.
The Pandemic challenges Ministries globally. One church serving refugees adapted to create a movement with opportunities. #adapatableministry
As one might imagine, the resources required to provide for the needs of so many are great, and clothing is just one of the necessities.
God's timing was no mistake when Alex Abramov was stuck in the US due to COVID-19. The divine opportunity allowed a new partnership to begin!
If every life matters, the health of every life matters. The Soura Church wants to care for leaders and have them model godly health habits.
The vocational school equips 250 students to work in fields ranging from cosmetology to technology and electrical engineering.
Their fresh updates reflect the power of God who saves and builds up under sometimes very difficult conditions.
Even during a global pandemic, you can help national believers like Saya and Ko reach their countries in Asia for Christ.
Grace Care finds joy in the good things while enduring the hard things complicated by rainy season. Find out how to join them in praying.
They began 15 years ago with five people in a home. After many rented spaces, God widened their reach & gave them a place. Will you join in giant things?
Faith Baptist Bible College trains people to reach UPGs in their region. Partners are sending a library for theological learning.
Physical and spiritual needs open doors of opportunity for primary school education to create relationships in the Grace Care community.
A combination of 2 crises created Haiti's new normal. As school starts, they trust the God of the Double Portion to provide. Pray with us?
Before COVID-19 entered remote Nepal educators practiced the essential school supply. Join partners in prayer this school year.
Choose Life Center isn't locked down when impacting lives of women & the unborn. Moms in need find education, support, and hope in the gospel.
A cataclysmic combination of COVID-19, Cycolone Amphan, and economic lockdowns make it hard to go back to school. God's power overcomes.