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Broken necklace, restored heart

Broken necklace, restored heart

Noi’s five-year-old daughter returned from the neighbor’s house one day with an urgent question. Nuey had been going across the street with some other neighbourhood children to play games, sing songs and listen to Bible stories. “Can you take this necklace off?” she... Read more
Childlike faith

Childlike faith

A family of six living in the Himalayans recently came to Christ after hearing the story of Zacchaeus. One day an OM team came to their village to share the gospel. “The main focus of the story was that we are sinners and God can forgive our sins, that’s what we... Read more
Rescued by God’s love

Rescued by God’s love

SAT-7 viewers Sedat and Gülay Torun are among the comparatively tiny number of Christians in Turkey, a country of almost 80 million people. At a time of great hardship, they turned to Jesus – and since then, He has done miracles in their lives. Here they share their... Read more
Transformed life in New York

Transformed life in New York

Aulton E. Herbert, Jr. grew up in Harlem, New York. As a young man, Aulton got involved in selling drugs. In December of 1989, he was arrested. From Aulton’s perspective, God arrested him, but God used the police to do it, as he was arrested for something he didn’t... Read more
Released from chains

Released from chains

Suddenly there was such a violent earthquake that the foundations of the prison were shaken. At once all the prison doors flew open, and everyone’s chains came loose. Acts 16:26 African Muslim, El Gasim, saw the sign of the cross one day while praying the usual five... Read more
No charm no juju

No charm no juju

John is from a predominately Muslim village in northern Mozambique. His mother was the daughter of the local king and imam of the area. His father came from a different area and was a Catholic until he converted to Islam in order to get married. John grew up as a... Read more

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