Fearless Love in the Midst of Terror: God's Heart for the Muslim World Despite differing perspectives between Muslims and Christians, the love of Christ opens doors to shared understanding and an opportunity to connect. Making friends with Muslims is a memorable experience! What do Christians have in common with Muslims?
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,
Students take an Oath to Gladly Surrender Everything to Jesus... Praise God, the 21st class of students in India commissioned out from twenty-two church planting schools and sewing discipleship schools in November 2021. Excitement and enthusiasm filled the 869 students as they looked to the opportunity to reach out and
Often, the Image of the Goat Gets a Bad Rap... If a player causes their team to lose a game, he is considered the “goat.” Jesus divides the sheep, and the goats in Matthew 25, referencing goats as evildoers. Why Use a Good Goat? To the church planting network in
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
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
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