The International Day for the Unreached is coming up on May 31. The unreached are people who’ve never heard the Name of Jesus and have no idea He died for them. And the current COVID-19 pandemic paints a poignant picture of why believers should care.
The spread of China’s coronavirus, which closed a city of 11 million, leaped across continents and raised pandemic fears, may have started with something simple – a person buying food for dinner at an outdoor market.
Everyone in Tuan’s* village in Vietnam sacrificed to the spirits and gods of their ancestors, but at a friend’s house in a village a four-hour walk away, he heard the Gospel and put his faith in Christ.
The United States has a higher rate of children living in single-parent homes than many other parts of the world, and Christian children around the world are about twice as likely to live in a single-parent home, according to a recent report by the Pew […]
Page after page, the names stack up: 629 girls and women from across Pakistan who were sold as brides to Chinese men and taken to China. The list, obtained by The Associated Press, was compiled by Pakistani investigators determined to break up trafficking networks exploiting […]
World Mission’s reach in Asia spans to countries in the southeast, including Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia, and more. In certain areas, there is persecution that puts old and new believers at risk.