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Suffering and spiritual strength

Suffering and spiritual strength

A pastor imprisoned for his faith in Eritrea recently wrote to his wife: God, by His holy will, has prolonged my prison sentence to five years and four month. I very much long for the day that I will be reunited with you my dear wife, our children and God’s... Read more
My Son gave Himself for you

My Son gave Himself for you

Geylan and her husband are from Syria, but they fled to Lebanon. This is her story. In Lebanon, we came across a Kurdish-speaking church service. I was a non-Christian, but my husband had already begun attending the church. It was a struggle for me since I grew up... Read more
Faithfulness she never forgot

Faithfulness she never forgot

Though her parents weren’t Christians, Saotome started attending an English class at a church planted by Christar workers Nathaniel and his wife, Trudy, when she was in 2nd grade. Speaking English is a valuable skill for many Japanese people, which opened the door for... Read more
His bleeding feet

His bleeding feet

A young refugee woman in a Middle Eastern country woke from a frightening dream. Hala*, a Muslim from Syria, feared the dream about her feet bleeding foretold illness or some other misfortune. “When I woke up, I was afraid,” she said. “Was something bad going to... Read more
A greater harvest of souls

A greater harvest of souls

Church leaders among the many house church networks in China (the fastest growing church in the world) repeatedly share that suffering for Jesus often brings about a greater harvest of souls. *Sariman was a young student preparing himself to serve the Lord among the... Read more
Free indeed

Free indeed

Jewel Ahiable is a Ghanaian and author of the autobiography ‘Hijacked: 1000 Days’ Harrowing Experience in the Hands of Somali Pirates’. He shared his remarkable story with the OM volunteers of the Logos Hope ship. On March 29 2010, Jewel, who worked as an... Read more
Refusing to compromise

Refusing to compromise

The history of Christian persecution is filled with inspiring stories featuring people of principle—those individuals who are immortalised for refusing to compromise their beliefs. John Bunyan was one of those. In 1660, England’s experiment as a republic came to an... Read more
Youth has huge Kingdom impact

Youth has huge Kingdom impact

*Rehan, a 17-year old Pakistani boy, worked as a waiter at a roadside restaurant. He often worked 12-hour days, trying to scrape together enough money to feed his family. One day, a truck driver began visiting the restaurant. Over time, Rehan noticed how well the man,... Read more
The impact of radio and the internet

The impact of radio and the internet

Hamzaa lives in Iraq. He first heard about Christianity when tuning in to a Christian radio station while he was working. He became curious and wanted to learn more, so he began searching the internet. He found the Arabic World Media (AWM) ministry website and sent... Read more
Glory in the harbour

Glory in the harbour

Dr. J. Edwin Orr, perhaps the greatest revival historian the Church has known, declared the 1857 prayer revival that began in New York City and spread throughout the world ‘the greatest revival in church history’. It began as a small prayer meeting for... Read more

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