Monthly Archives: April 2018

  • Resistance Breaking Down

    April 27, 2018 | Shepherd's Call, Central Asia

    Little by little we are finding the K people more open to the Good News. In 2017, 45 people heard the complete Gospel; 5 of them believed, and 7 of them are on the way to faith. Our Central Asian team is praying and working among them. God is working through His Holy Spirit to … Read more

  • CHTM April 2018 Update Love for Children Who Never Knew Love copy

    Love for Children Who Never Knew Love

    April 26, 2018 | East Asia Ministries

    Jordan* is a boy in our Sponsor a Child (SAC) program. Participating in a program sponsored by our ministry, our local worker George* went to Jordan’s* school. The program is called You Are Special. Every kid has the chance to listen to words of encouragement from our local workers. There was a portion of the … Read more

  • NEEW April 2018 Update Goat Project Opens Doors to New Community

    Goat Project Opens Doors to New Community

    April 25, 2018 | Ba-Iyaka

    For this month of April, we are sharing with you news from the Nakikarfi church. The two pastors who are our missionaries there wrote: “We are thrilled to be able to share about the impact that the church is having after the distribution of goats to members of the community. Many of the villagers were … Read more

  • Power of Prayer Transforms Drunkard’s Life

    April 25, 2018 | Bible Faith Mission

    Biju lived a life that was meaningless to the society. He was a drunkard, and had been for quite some time. His wife and children actively attended church services and other meetings, but Biju would not step into the building. Members of the church counselled him about the dangers and the consequences he would face … Read more

  • NPNC April 2018 Update Training Makes All the Difference in Youth Ministry

    Training Makes All the Difference in Youth Ministry

    April 24, 2018 | National Churches Fellowship of Nepal

    We recently hosted a three month long leadership training program that was attended by seven men and four women. The training helped them to grow deeper in their relationships with God by practicing morning quiet time in silence and solitude. The participants shared with us that it has helped them to become more disciplined in … Read more

  • April 2018 JVI

    Faith to Reach His Own People

    April 22, 2018 | Joshua Vision India

    C* recently went through a training with JVI to become a Master Trainer. He himself is a first generation believer from a particular community in the north. When he accepted Christ, his parents were very disappointed and very not very pleased with his decision to abandon his previous faith. As the days went by, he … Read more

  • INOI April 2018 Update From Abandoned Wife to Professional Tailor

    From Abandoned Wife to Professional Tailor

    April 21, 2018 | Oasis India

     Amina* was very young when she fell in love with Rabuil* and married him. Since Rabuil* was a contractor, his work required him to move often. In 2017, they moved to Nallasopara, which is where Amina* went from being happy married to being abandoned. He left impulsively one day, leaving Amina* alone, scared, and with … Read more

  • Ministry in Spite of Opposition

    April 21, 2018 | Song of the Sahara

    Over the last month and a half, the government has become more and more disruptive to the work our ministry is doing. In spite of this, I am encouraged that the believers here are staying strong despite the fear and uncertainty that this is causing. They have been continuing with regularly scheduled events and meetings, … Read more

  • TDCC April 2018 Update Missionary in a Hostile Culture

    Missionary in a Hostile Culture

    April 21, 2018 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    J* is the Kawkikete missionary among the Bua people group. He is currently living among them to share the Gospel with the community. He shares, “During my time in the military, I learned a lot about the Bua culture. This experience helped me to answer God’s call to reach them. “Since my arrival in March … Read more

  • APRIL 2018 CGAI

    Transformation Groups Turn a Community Around

    April 20, 2018 | CGAI

    One of the western states of India has nine million farmers, and many of them are in dire straits. Because of the poor conditions and circumstances, there is a high rate of farmer suicide. According to the last available government data, this has happened to about three thousand farmers ever year. Because of the failure … Read more