Persecution is Normal for Us
  • 28 May 2018

“In the past, persecution meant bodily harm, now they use psychological pressure. It’s a mental warfare out there too.” Therefore, what keeps you going? we asked. “I never thought about stopping serving the Lord. God is God and there is no other. I need to serve the Lord otherwise I feel empty.” Sometimes a room […]

Read More
Project: Ruth
  • 15 May 2018

In February we brought you the story of Ruth, a 53-year-old pastor in Indonesia whose father’s attempt to poison her ─ due to her conversion to Christianity ─ led to his own conversion. Sometime after her father’s conversion Ruth went into West Papua and ministered to seven tribal groups. One village chief wanted to know […]

Read More
Project: Motorbikes for Vietnam
  • 14 May 2018

Recently, with thanks to our supporters, we were able to gift two motorbikes to pastors in Vietnam. One of the pastors oversees 10 churches. The other runs Bible study groups and other outreach programs located up to 10 kilometres from his location. Each pastor had been praying for the Lord to supply transportation such as […]

Read More
Project: Philippines Orphans
  • 14 May 2018

For several years, with the help of our supporters, we have been able to send funds to help Christian orphans in the Philippines. Arlan was seven and Analie was six years old when they arrived at their new home after losing their parents. They have now graduated from high school. They each expressed their thanks […]

Read More
Project: Support for Nigeria
  • 07 May 2018

Deborah Shior, a displaced woman with three children said life became miserable for her after Fulani herdsmen attacked her village in Nigeria. According to Deborah, the Fulani herdsmen became furious when Benue State Government passed the anti-open grazing bill. They started attacking and killing people. She said the attack started on 1 January 2018 at […]

Read More