Two years ago, people came to a rural village in India and shared the gospel. They faced severe persecution, but when God started working in the villagers’ lives through healings and deliverances, others started believing in Jesus and the church began to grow.Read More
Fill ‘er up
Gurunkparu, Nigeria is a remote village with little development. Our ministry partners have been reaching out to this mostly Muslim village for years to bring them the Good News. They successfully established a church and a school, but the people still had a big daily need—they were drinking filthy water that made them sick.Read More
Likuchira is a poor, rural village in Malawi. Previously, its residents walked a very long distance to fetch dirty, contaminated water from hand-dug wells and open streams. Many villagers had gotten sick or died from drinking the filthy water.Read More
Water was a huge problem for the people of Kwaria, an impoverished village in South Sudan. There is a growing church-planting and disciple-making movement among the Toposa ethnic group who live here. Christian disciples from this village have started more than 10 Bible study groups in neighboring villages.Read More
Life-giving Water—Just in Time for Christmas!
Ngowsani West is an arid, remote and impoverished village located in Maasi Mara, Kenya. The indigenous Maasai tribe here are famous for sticking to their tribal traditions and animist religion, but the spreading of the gospel is making a major impact in this place through our hard-working ministry partner, Deb Deren, who was called to plant a church here 4 years ago.Read More