Who is the Man in White?

Picture of religious Tibetans praying
24Oct

Who is the Man in White?

Because of COVID-19 and other security concerns, our team working with Tibetans has had to conduct several mini-camps in different villages instead of one centralized outreach camp. By spreading out in this way, the effort has impacted 120 Tibetan young people, ages 12 to 24. Eight students in their early twenties had never heard anything about Jesus Christ before this camp. By the end of the camp, they had heard the whole story, all the way from creation to the resurrection!

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Picture of North Korean guard watching border
07Oct

North Korea is Listening

Did you know you are helping to share the gospel via radio inside North Korea? You are! Your donations to the Compassion Club have helped to launch a radio station that reaches the southwest portion of North Korea, including the capital of Pyongyang.

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Picture of Kenyan widow and her family in new house
02Oct

Homecoming

When our partners in Saboti, Kenya, recently sent me the above photo of Judith Simiyu and her children Derick, Vivian, and Fiona, tears of joy came to my eyes. Only a few months earlier, I had received a very sad photo of them (below) after Judith’s husband, Bishop Mark Mukenya, died of anemia.

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Refugee evangelism - Strategic Bibles Ministry
29Sep

Reverse Missiology

Nine years ago theology students came from India to study in America. Soon they discovered 30,000 refugees from Bhutan lived in their city, and began an outreach to these displaced and spiritually hungry people. Eventually, 50 house churches were born from that effort.

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Picture refugees in DR Congo using washing station during COVID-19
25Sep

Not Forgotten

The women who find healing at the Women's Hope Center in the DR Congo are single, elderly, with and without children, widowed or abandoned. They have one thing in common: they all arrived destitute with no hope, but are trying to learn skills to support themselves and their families.

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16Sep

Picking Up the Pieces After COVID

COVID killed Putra's main source of income—his job. Every day over the past six months, he's awakened to the same haunting question: "How can I feed my family today?" You can end this horrifying cycle for Putra. With a gift of $24, you can help him feed his children—by rebooting his soap shop.

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