In late July, Muslim extremists came to the home of a Christian in Uganda and killed him. His wife and four children hid in another room during the attack. He had recently held an open-air evangelism event, prompting threats from a local Muslim leader.
Most of the world’s Deaf communities are unreached, meaning less than two percent of the population has access to the Gospel. DOOR International equips Deaf believers to reach other Deaf for Christ and plant churches.
God can use anything and everything, and everyone that He can get His hands on. That may seem like a trite phrase on the surface. However, it is true that the Lord can use every situation and every person for His divine purposes.
How can care for the downtrodden and evangelism intersect? Andrew Bush often encounters this question. He serves as the president of the Bethlehem Bible College Institute of Peace and Justice. Learn more about the institute here.
Long before COVID-19, a native missionary in Kenya was known as the one villagers went to when they had any problem, but the four robbers who stopped him earlier this year saw him only as a lone target in the dark.
Each month, Sammy Tippit meets with dozens of pastors in India over the internet. He says, “I train them in evangelism. I train them in discipleship, and then they all have small groups that they have started. And they bring that training that we have back […]