Pastors in Jordan talk about Ministry during COVID-19
  • 29 June 2020

What is it like to be a pastor in the Middle East during the time of the coronavirus? Jordanian pastors David and John gave Voice of the Martyrs Australia an insight into how things were and still are for their churches and congregations in this season. Pastor David is an active evangelist who frequently suffers […]

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Esther’s Story
  • 29 June 2020

Raised in a strict Muslim family in Egypt, Esther was given the responsibility of teaching children the Koran in the mosque, but through her teaching she found Jesus. Esther’s parents divorced when she was young; her mother and grandfather raised her in the Islamic faith. Her grandfather was an Imam at a local mosque and […]

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Foundations Laid in Turkey
  • 29 June 2020

Turkey is a diverse nation, made up of many ethnicities, but it is the recent refugee crisis that has been the biggest contributor to cultural and religious diversity. The 2011 civil conflict in Syria has seen a rise in Syrian refugees and Turkey now houses over three million of them. Designated sites have not been […]

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From our CEO: July 2020
  • 29 June 2020

Dear Friends, The world is waiting expectantly for a great harvest of souls. We are seeing God build His kingdom in many nations, especially where the Gospel has been supressed and Christians are persecuted for speaking out and evangelising. Despite the resistance, our frontline workers are purposefully going about God’s instruction, sharing the Saviour with […]

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Discipleship, the Key for Ministering to North Koreans
  • 26 May 2020

The strategies for ministering to North Koreans have had to change in recent times with China and Russia cracking down not only on Christians but foreign missionaries. In days past, North Korean ministry generally meant a professional minister travelling to North Korea, China, Russia or other places that North Koreans were found, to bring supplies […]

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North Korean Ministry Continues Despite COVID-19 Threats
  • 26 May 2020

COVID-19 placed a very real strain on ministry to North Koreans after the country announced it would close its borders, even to defectors being sent back from China. Experts believe North Korea took this course of action because they knew they lacked the resources to deal with an outbreak. This has meant the number of […]

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