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Saved from jaguar in the shadows

Saved from jaguar in the shadows

In the dense jungles of the Amazon live tribes that have not been reached with the life-giving water of Jesus. One of these people groups—the Long Arrow tribe—worshipped wooden idols that could not help them. Their chief, a man named Marcos, was a disabled man, broken... Read more
His story vs history

His story vs history

Ron Boyd-MacMillan from Open Doors shares the following insight from his teaching, “Why I need to encounter the Persecuted Church.” Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have an idea of what God is really up to in this world? One thing we can be very sure of—that the story of... Read more
Raised from the dead

Raised from the dead

A Frontiers worker shared the story of Miriam, a believer from a Muslim background discipled by Frontiers workers. Miriam’s uncle Samir was not a Christian and when she heard he was dying she went to visit him. She was hoping to have an opportunity to share the Good... Read more
Pray for persecutors

Pray for persecutors

One of the great lessons from the Persecuted Church is praying for those who persecute you. This is a parallel principle with loving your enemies. Noskie was a former Imam in the southern part of the Philippines. He was a devout Muslim and one who generated respect... Read more
Underground church in North Korea

Underground church in North Korea

A Christian woman from North Korea received ministry training in China and returned to her home country two years ago. For many months, the workers in the training centre were wondering what had happened to her, since they had not heard from her in a long time.... Read more
Transformed Native American community

Transformed Native American community

Norma Blacksmith is a Lakota Sioux Native who grew up in Pine Ridge, South Dakota (one of the largest reservations in the U.S.). Now in her late-70s, Norma is a great-grandmother and a respected tribal elder. Norma is included in the book, 100 + Native American Women... Read more

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