Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Ramadan in the Persian World

    Ramadan: Why ice cream isn’t selling in Persia despite the heat

    June 19, 2017 | Persian Ministry

    Photo credit: Majid Korang beheshti The afternoon temperatures soar to almost 100 degrees Fahrenheit in the Persian World. But no one is buying ice cream during the day. It is the fasting month of Ramadan, when most adult Muslims don’t eat or drink from sunrise to sunset. It commemorates the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad according … Read more

  • Aldis story of persecution

    Five times on trial

    June 13, 2017 | Alli Beck, Writer and Graphic Designer

      Aldi* has a passion to share the Gospel with his own countrymen. He became a church planter with Sundanese Christian Fellowship and established his ministry in a village. A few people of Muslim background accepted Christ. Aldi began meeting with them to disciple them. Others of Muslim faith found out, and investigated who had … Read more

  • Light to a Dark Place

    You bring light to dark places

    June 7, 2017 | Larry D. Andrews, President & CEO

      As our donor, are such an encouragement to our ministry partners and us. Each week, we receive reports back about how your gifts and prayers spur them on in sharing the Gospel with the people they serve. Thank you for providing hope to our partners and the unreached.   You help our ministry partners … Read more