Monthly Archives: November 2016

  • New toilets for all!

    November 30, 2016 | Shepherd's Call, Central Asia

    One of Shepherd’s Call’s programs is to train churches and organizations in community development principles known as Community Health Education (CHE). The local indigenous church is less than 1% in our country. When the church is salt and light in their community, then we pray that ears will be opened to hear the good news. … Read more

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    Unity of fellowship amid heavy persecution

    November 30, 2016 | Mchungaji Kundi Moja

    As we walk into the compound, the compound dwellers smile genuinely at us, giving us a strong handshake followed by a squeezing hug as though they have been waiting a long time to see us. We feel we are at home miles away from home. That was the welcome we received from the local believers when … Read more

  • November 2016 Udpate ISSG boy

    Power of prayer

    November 30, 2016 | Jerusalem Evangelistic Outreach, Holy Land

    The relief team re-visited the family of Adiv. In the first visit which was one month ago, the family opened their house and heart for the relief team who listened to their stories.  Adiv, a 13 year old boy suffers from a rare skin virus that makes deep holes in the skin. It started around his eye. The … Read more

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    Family transformed

    November 29, 2016 | National Christian Network

    Hiya comes from a very low-income group family who are mostly farmers. She is married and blessed with four children. One day one of her children became very sick and was admitted to the hospital off and on for two years. Hiya narrates: While I was in the hospital with my daughter I heard about … Read more

  • Talibe Soccer Match

    Hope for children

    November 29, 2016 | PRODEV, Senegal

    Sanyi is a Muslim Talibe (disciple) who is learning the Koran and also frequenting the PRODEV care center. He says: My name is Sanyi, and I am 16. I started visiting the PRODEV center when I was 10. That very year I had dropped out of school while in 6th grade. Currently, I only learn the … Read more

  • November 2016 Update INVI India JVI Ministry Apr 2012 5

    Harvester Training Brings Hope to Mahima

    November 21, 2016 | Joshua Vision India

    Ms. Mahima* is a new believer. Her family and her whole village opposed her when they came to know that she accepted Jesus. She and three of her friends were persecuted for their faith. They almost died but had a miraculous escape. As of now she is provided shelter by IE Mission. Prior to her … Read more

  • SAC Prg Nov 2016 Reaching Himalayas

    SAC Program Impacting Lives

    November 18, 2016 | RHC, Nepal

    By the Grace of God and the prayers from all our partners, the parents of the children in the SAC program attended the parent teacher meeting for the first time. They feared hearing the Good News. We support the needy and helpless children, which has touched the hearts of a few parents and recently two … Read more

  • Learning his destiny urges Akram on

    November 17, 2016 | Dariya Development

    My name is “Akram.” My father worked as a sweeper in a factory. (One of the lowest types of jobs.) My two older brothers also worked as cleaning people. I belong to a Hindu family who was part of the Hindu priest’s family. My father became a believer in Jesus Christ and provided us the … Read more

  • World’s newest country needs prayer!

    November 11, 2016 | AIC South Sudan

    When South Sudan received its independence from Sudan in 2011, South Sudanese were so joyful for what the Lord had done. Foreign businesses came in to invest in the development of this new country. But sadly, the country is sabotaging itself with its tribal fighting and struggles for power. Conflict erupted in Dec 2013 in the … Read more

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    How Would You React?

    November 10, 2016 | Persian Ministry

    The following is based on true stories of young professionals in the Persian Speaking World. –You have studied for five years in the university. –You received top marks on your final exams. –You did not receive your degree because of politics. –You were told that even if you did receive your degree, you would not receive … Read more