Born into a Christian family in Mozambique didn't stop Dercio living his own lifestyle...
Finding faith inside prison walls through the gift of God’s Word
There are many men and women in prison who are hurting and lonely. They long for forgiveness and a fresh start .....
Saugineta's parents died when she was very young. Through a local pastor's visit Saugineta experienced the Father's heart for her...
Rudolf has a deep desire to serve people but felt like he was a farmer cultivating fields with no tools. Then he heard about Church Planter Training.....
Bible-based Literacy classes bring hope to Nepal. Just off a dusty, unpaved road in Nepal...
Saahan* began his career as a Physical Education Teacher in rural south India. He was a devout Hindu and a member of a dangerous extremist group focused on stopping all Christian missionary activity in his area
On the plains of Nepal, something wonderful is happening with your help… a group of 23 impoverished and formerly illiterate women are learning to read God’s Word for themselves!
A bubbly and happy fifth grader, Margareth’s energy is contagious. She lives with her family in Nicaragua.
Zainab* and her family escaped the war in the Middle East, hoping for a better and safer life. Initially her and her husband didn’t have jobs and struggled to find their five children adequate schooling.
Kwame* is an 11-year old student in Ghana. Kwame admits that he has had difficulty controlling his bad behaviour and his laziness, failing to follow simple instructions. “I wanted to change my bad behaviour, but the more I tried on my own, the worse reports I got from my parents,” he sighs.
Pastor Somchai* was a Buddhist Priest before his sister patiently shared the love of Christ with him. Since becoming a Christian, he has faced verbal and social persecution from some of his relatives and neighbours while other members of his family deny his existence. Despite this persecution, he has held onto his faith.
For Sreva*, going to church every Sunday was something that she did without question or excuse, but not something that she enjoyed or saw as valuable.
When children in the Philippines found their way to Pastor Mely, despite the restrictions, this was proof that these kids were hungry for God’s Word.
The COVID-19 pandemic interrupted life as we know it. But thankfully, your efforts to place God’s Word in people’s hands has continued in exciting ways.