Three ways to make sure you don’t lose your passion for cross-cultural missions, even if fundraising and training feel like they’re taking FOREVER.
‘We planted seeds for missions in the hearts of children. Children need to understand that culture is different, but the need for salvation remains the same.’
As millions flood Mecca for Hajj, this time of year naturally leads to conversations about the source of forgiveness.
More people (especially kids) will have open hearts to the gospel if we let the good times roll.
He planned to find an inconspicuous spot to eat the iftar meal. Then the imam spotted him.
The girls are so grateful for the sponsorships that allow them to continue their studies that they wanted to bless those who have even less.
It often takes years for a Japanese person to move from hearing the gospel to publicly proclaiming faith through baptism.
With so many of the unreached now living in North America, we offer prayers and practical steps for engaging these new neighbors.
Buryat believers often include powerful stories of dreams they had about Jesus in their testimonies.
A peace beyond understanding. A literal rescue from a flood. A death. Lots of prayer. Their path was long — but it ended in peace with God.