New Life

Picture of new Chinese believer
27Jun

New Life

Lily had a troubled life. A heavy smoker and drinker, divorced twice and now married for the third time, she experienced a powerful life transformation after a Chinese believer shared the gospel with her. The woman who shared her faith with Lily was a disciple of a missionary sent by Heaven’s Family’s National Missionary Ministry.

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Picture of GLG memebers and trainers praying
26Jun

Farmers helping farmers

The God’s Love Groups (GLG) in Karama, Rwanda decided to show their love for one of the Farming God’s Way farmers, Ansisie, by repairing her small house, part of which had collapsed during heavy rain. Now she gives glory to God for the work done by the GLG members and feels that she is no longer alone.

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Picture of inmates receiving supplies
25Jun

Prison Doors Opening Again

During the pandemic, many prisons around the world have been closed to anyone coming in from the outside. Heaven’s Family’s Prison & Rehab Ministry chaplains have been hindered from taking the gospel to inmates who so desperately need God’s salvation and deliverance.

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Picture of San in the orphanage and on a bus in Myanmar
21Jun

Protecting San

San’s ear smelled like a dead fish. At the orphanage where he lived, a bully had shot him in the ear with a BB gun. The plastic bullet became lodged inside his ear canal. As a result, San couldn’t hear very well, but he was afraid to tell anyone.

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Lydia in her shop in Kenya after receiving the microloan
18Jun

Still in Business

As Kenya goes through yet another wave of COVID-19 shutdowns, many continue to struggle economically. However, the perpetual benefits of your investments in Heaven’s Family's Microloan Ministry continue to multiply!

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Picture of a believer in Pakistan receiving relief goods
07Jun

Mercy in the Rain

Brother Williams is a bold witness for Jesus. In the face of potential martyrdom, Williams broadcasts the gospel throughout Pakistan via radio, TV, and the internet. The risks are very real—in fact, Williams was forced to decentralize his operations a few years back when his communications offices were firebombed.

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