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Richard Wurmbrand’s Tortured for Christ – Book Review

The Beauty of Whole-Hearted Sacrifice When picking up a paperback of Richard Wurmbrand's classic signature work, Tortured for Christ, one must be forewarned that it is not for the faint of faith. The founder of Voice of the Martyrs, Wurmbrand states, "This book is written not so much with ink,

Bible Delivery

Dangerous Conditions Mark the Bible Delivery Journey... Encouraging Bible delivery testimonies abound as we travel into remote areas like dangerous Colombia -Venezuela border.    Praise God—the Lord has raised many pastors and evangelists to work under challenging conditions with little or no outside support. I recently met with two believers

Church Planter: Dying Impact

Ministry Leader Reaches Hundreds During Final Months... My husband, Karu, was a church planter who poured his life out for Jesus even unto death. We were married for six years serving Jesus and raising our tiny girl. Karu graduated in the 20th class of church planters in April 2021 and

Extreme Poverty In Mexico: Solutions

Helping Impoverished Tribes in Mexico Become Self-Sustainable... Recently, we visited a mountainous tribal group who were anxious to see their crops grow. Indeed, this was a sign of hope for those in extreme poverty. Hope for a better season filled with enough food to sustain them. In case there are

Church Planting Schools: India

India Church Planting Schools Graduate 20th Class Amazingly, at the end of April, the ministry in the SOM India planting network graduated the 20th class of church planters in 20 schools throughout the country. Furthermore, six hundred church planters and two hundred Lighthouse Sewing/Discipleship school workers also graduated for a

Risking Much for the Gospel | Venezuela

Braving Danger to Deliver Bibles, Books and Radios for Venezuelans Nearly 1400 miles border Columbia and Venezuela, where mission field workers risk much for the Gospel Mission field workers are risking much to bring the gospel to the people of Venezuela. First, the border between Colombia and Venezuela has

Faith Builds in the Forgotten at Bangladeshi Sewing School

Sewing Faith into Villagers...  Testimony of Hope from Sewing/Discipleship School Student... Because of knowing faith in the Lord as my Savior since my early teen years, I have faced severe persecution in my own home. My parents desired to undermine my faith and arrange a marriage to a Hindu man. For

Indian Church Planters Share Jesus

Indian Church Planters Pursue Expelled Migrant Laborers... The fruit of their labor... Indian church planters frequently minister to migrant laborers. The migrants are living under tarps on the outskirts of villages. Police forced one migrant family to move further away from the village. The authorities came and burnt down all

Bible Distribution in Venezuela Faces Exponential Demand

Bibles Delivered: Truck-Loads Full... Plan to dispense Bibles: Uplifting News from Venezuela... We just finished a trip with two huge trucks loaded and ready for Bible distribution along with support materials. We see people walk, ride bicycles, or paddle canoes for hours or even days for the opportunity to receive

2023-07-27T10:36:08-07:00Categories: Mission, South America, Update|

Persecution of the Early Church

The Persecution of the First Missionary and Martyr to Muslims... His name sounds like he could lull you to sleep, but Ramon Llull is more of a lion than a lamb. He reached out to North Africa, faced persecution, and later became a martyr for his faith. Raised as a

A Year in the Life of the India Church Planter

India Church Planter Faces Challenges Firstly, in Acts 13, the Holy Spirit calls out Paul and Barnabas to go into the ministry of church planting. For example, imagine a world, such as India, where almost everyone and everything is against you. In other words, the religious establishment is against you. Meanwhile,

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