Asad was born in a strong Muslim family and was sent to study the Quran at age seven. One day he was walking down a dusty road in the village, studying the Quran, when he saw something unexpected: a man with a long beard waving and smiling at him. At the same time, he heard a voice saying “Jesus.” This happened for three days in a row, so Asad finally shared what had happened with his mom. In response, she called the sheikhs to recite the Quran over him, believing that he was demon-possessed.Read More
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.Read More
Defying the Giant
China. Bibles. Smuggling. Three words, each one filled with power and intrigue. But put them together, and you have an unparalleled opportunity for an undercover mission to transform thousands—perhaps millions—by bringing God’s Word to our hurting brothers and sisters in Christ.Read More
The Call in the Wild
Welcome to Myanmar, where small villages cluster in remote clearings deep within the jungle. Here, wild and untamable foliage presses in on every side, creating quite a beautiful backdrop—a stark contrast to the immense poverty that plagues her people. Having only ever known the jungle for many generations, Myanmar’s people live a rugged way of life that relies heavily on Earth's natural resources, which have nurtured a reverence for the nature that surrounds them.Read More
Raising the Dead in the 21st Century?
Raising the dead? Sometimes it can come as a surprise to us Western Christians when we hear of our brothers and sisters abroad who, quite literally and in every sense of the word, take God for Who He says He Is and trust in His Word with fearless abandon.Read More