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One heart, thousands of souls

One heart, thousands of souls

In 2015, Zuleika Camilo began praying to God for opportunities to share her faith. A year later, her son and daughter-in-law learned they were expecting—it would be the first grandchild in the family following a previous miscarriage. Sadly, the baby had a rare heart... Read more
The house shook

The house shook

The group of praying men gathered in an old stone house near the town of Barvis on the isle of Lewis, off the western coast of Scotland. Opposition to the revival was being raised in other parts of the island. The evening was given to waiting upon God in the home of... Read more
Atheist professor’s near-death experience

Atheist professor’s near-death experience

In some near-death experiences, people report they were drawn toward “the light.” But in this horrifying near-death experience for an atheist art professor, he was drawn into the darkness of hell, which dramatically altered the course of his life. Howard Storm tells... Read more
Holocaust survivor saved

Holocaust survivor saved

World War II had been over for 6 years, but Sarah Rabinovitch’s life was still hanging in the balance. Her family survived the Holocaust, but now they were attempting something that people often lost their lives doing. In 1951, they boarded a ship in the dead of... Read more
Losing his life for Christ’s sake

Losing his life for Christ’s sake

Han Chung-Ryeol, a pastor who ministered on the China-North Korea border and fed and sheltered thousands of North Koreans, was assassinated in 2016 by a North Korean hit squad. Since 2003, the pastor was on the most wanted list in Pyongyang for sharing the gospel. He... Read more
It started with one

It started with one

A woman in a village in Algeria had been very sick for quite some time. Her husband had taken her to many doctors and specialists and had even tried witchcraft and sorcery, but she remained unchanged. Some Christians advised them to go to the local church for prayer.... Read more

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