Monthly Archives: July 2017

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    Women Empowering Women in Nepal

    July 31, 2017 | National Churches Fellowship of Nepal

    The Church in Nepal consists of more than 60% women. However, only a few women are involved in church ministry. Potential women leaders are not able to effectively involve themselves in the ministry because of a lack of proper training. We have been training women leaders through one-month residential training in the capital since 2006 and … Read more

  • EGAW July 2017 Update Prayers for Refugees

    Prayers for Refugee Families

    July 29, 2017 | Arab World Evangelical Ministers' Association

    077 We are visiting refugee families throughout the region and we can see how the Lord Jesus is present in every interaction. Praise Jesus for His healing of sister Nur*, who is living in North Africa and who had cancerous cells in 60% of her body. After two months of the believers in her village … Read more

  • ALBE July 2017 Update Advancing in Proclamation

    Advancing in Proclamation

    July 28, 2017 | Berber Evangelistic Association

    The translation of the Old Testament of the Bible into the Kabyle language is moving slowly because each book requires several revisions before the final check. By the grace of our Lord, we think we will be able to complete all the Old Testament by the end of 2019. Following this, we could publish the … Read more

  • NEEW July 2017 Update Habbanaye Goat Project

    Habbanaye Goat Project

    July 27, 2017 | Ba-Iyaka

    The Habbanaye Project recently increased its number of beneficiaries thanks to your generosity. Huray from the Gulbawa village said, “I received two goats. I count it a grace to be part of this. I pray that God will lift you up and give you more opportunities to be useful to Him.” Mrs. Hamissou from the … Read more

  • The idols in flames

    Idols in Flames

    July 24, 2017 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

      For a village of 500 people, who mostly have not heard the Gospel and have no church, to be given access to the knowledge of what Christ did for them is indeed a blessing beyond words! The village of B* is known for one thing: idolatry. The people worship stones, wood and other inanimate … Read more

  • INVI July 2017 Update Zeal and passion for missions

    Passion for missions born in pastor training

    July 24, 2017 | Joshua Vision India

      Moshee* hails from a poor Christian family. He served as a pastor of a church for six years and has a zeal for ministry. What he lacked was theological education – he always prayed and desired to equip himself to understand the Bible and learn to be strategic in his mission. As he explored … Read more

  • Prayer request

    July 24, 2017 | Partners International

    Please keep our persecuted brothers and sisters in the Middle East and around the world in your thoughts and prayers. Pray for restoration!

  • TRIP July 2017 Update Opportunities to Intercede.jpg

    Opportunities to Intercede

    July 21, 2017 | Seed Eurasia

      We believe this is a very important reason to worship the sovereignty of God as well as to intercede for the future!   Our cleaning lady recently chose to follow the Good News in a church. Last month that church had a retreat in a nearby city, in which her 14-year-old son also chose … Read more

  • Village women learn life-saving skills

    July 20, 2017 | Dariya Development

    Misinformation and lack of access to healthcare can make pregnancy and childbirth a death sentence for many women and babies in impoverished countries when complications arise. Dariya Development ministry teaches a course called BLiSS in remote villages in their Central Asian country. Recently 35 women participated in two of these trainings.   BLiSS stands for … Read more

  • JOEP July 2017 Update Impact of the written Word

    Impact of the written Word

    July 20, 2017 | Middle East Prison Ministry

      Mr. M from Egypt is convicted with murder. We were informed by one of his relatives that he was announced innocent of charge. During our last meeting with him he informed one of our team members that he is thanking God for what has happened to him. Because of his time spent in prison, … Read more