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A place at the table

A place at the table

For thirty years, a Frontiers team has added a special reminder to their communion time, and God is using it to bring more Muslims to the table. In 1993, families throughout the U.S. brought Disney’s version of Arabia into their homes on Aladdin VHS cassettes. That... Read more
The gospel finds the unreached

The gospel finds the unreached

In the mountains of Ethiopia, there lived a group of about 6,000 people unreached by the story of Jesus. They practice a local animist religion, believing that all beings have a life force and that spirits can possess people. In a 2010 poll, 11 percent of Ethiopians... Read more
A life transformed

A life transformed

“Many people may ask, ‘How is it possible for an Afghan man to become a Christian?'” says Soroush*, who was once bent on violence and vengeance. Now a pastor, Soroush shared his testimony on the SAT-7 PARS live programme Signal. “I grew up in... Read more
It was a holy moment

It was a holy moment

Do you believe that Jesus is the Saviour of your life?” “Yes.” “Do you believe that only through Jesus’ blood, you can enter Heaven after death?” “Yes.” “Do you accept that you are sinful and you can only be saved by Jesus’ name?” “Yes.” For Bon-Hwa*, the gravity of... Read more
How God uses vocation in ministry

How God uses vocation in ministry

Not all cross-cultural workers are full-time church planters. Many make the intentional choice to serve God overseas through their vocations. These workers trust the Lord to bring the right opportunities in the right places with the right connections, all so that His... Read more
From refugee to missionary

From refugee to missionary

As the war in Ukraine rages on, surrounding countries continue to respond to the influx of refugees. And across borders and countries, large percentages of the volunteers are Christians. Often overlooked in their national response is the small country of Latvia, which... Read more
Has God forgotten His children?

Has God forgotten His children?

Looking at the desperate condition of the scattered North Korean church is a test of faith. Was the church meant to be underground or to be a bold witness? Should the name of Jesus Christ be proclaimed or whispered in silence? And if Jesus is King, why doesn’t He come... Read more
No separation from His love

No separation from His love

Heart-pounding terror—that’s what most Cambodians felt when Pol Pot seized power in 1975. Setan Lee was a young teen-aged medical student when the Khmer Rouge communist forces took over control of Cambodia. Their horrors and atrocities against their own citizens... Read more
One family’s redemption

One family’s redemption

Stephan, an OM worker in Lesotho, recently shared a story about how saying ‘yes’ to kindness can turn hearts around for Christ. Stephan explained, “After years of being a known rebel and troublemaker, Ntate Thabo, one of our current OM team members, gave his life to... Read more
God is on your side

God is on your side

What was it that first sparked your curiosity about the story of Jesus? For Hamees*, a young man living in the Levant, it was the friendship of a Christian man and his family. Their deep love and acceptance of others set him on a journey of serious inquiry about what... Read more

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