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From suicide to everlasting hope

From suicide to everlasting hope

When Ray woke up that cold, overcast winter morning in Appleton, Wisconsin, he wished he hadn’t. He lay in bed thinking life was no longer worth living. The 52-year-old Army veteran had become addicted to the prescription medications he was taking for post-traumatic... Read more
Modern-day Saul, turned Paul

Modern-day Saul, turned Paul

Abdu is a young Middle Eastern man whose father belongs to a fundamentalist Muslim organisation that operates across his country and Abdu was very active in the group at a very early age. This group would regularly attack Christian churches and ask Abdu to commit... Read more
Church growth in Spain

Church growth in Spain

During the reign of Spanish dictator Franco evangelicals were forbidden to evangelise, meet outside their homes or print religious materials. But in the Catalan region of Barcelona the Gospel grew steadily and fervently. Today Spain is experiencing unprecedented... Read more
The power of God in Egypt

The power of God in Egypt

From a pastor in one of the big cities in Egypt: This week I was sitting at my car mechanic’s workshop, and in the midst of the noisy and bustling Muslim neighbourhood, my poor, Christian mechanic (3 words that all signify lack of power and status) was talking to me... Read more
Lives changed through satellite 

Lives changed through satellite 

The broadcasting of Christian satellite programmes in Iran and Afghanistan has resulted in numerous professions of faith in Christ. Many receiving the broadcasts know little about Jesus, but often follow up with questions by phone. According to the director of SAT-7... Read more

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