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A Saviour in the storm

A Saviour in the storm

Storms in life will come. However, it’s Who meets us in the storm and our response that makes the difference. There was a point when Brant Lindsey faced storms, and his life started to unravel. He had been married for 19 years and had two sons. After, he got a... Read more
Protests lead to gospel advance

Protests lead to gospel advance

When throngs of Iraqis began converging on Baghdad’s main square in peaceful protest, a highly educated businessman made sure he was there on the first day – Oct. 1, 2019. Samer Jawad* joined thousands of others in Tahrir Square frustrated at a faltering economy and... Read more
Starving for a Saviour

Starving for a Saviour

Odo* was a loyal political party member in his East Asian country. He had a terrible problem that affected his entire family. Like so many others, they were starving. He heard there was plentiful food in a neighbouring nation. But crossing the border would be... Read more
Thousands turn to Jesus

Thousands turn to Jesus

The world’s youngest nation turns ten in 2021. The South Sudanese know nothing but instability and war; more than 80-percent of the population lives in poverty. Thanks to local believers, thousands of villagers now have hope for tomorrow. Streams of Living Water... Read more
Covid-19 infection leads man to Jesus

Covid-19 infection leads man to Jesus

Four years ago Iraqi Special Operations Forces entered Mosul, Iraq. The offensive began fierce fighting to liberate the city from Islamic State (ISIS) militants – and would lead to another kind of liberation. Amid the chaos and destruction in Mosul, Sami Hussein* saw... Read more
Not forgotten

Not forgotten

(Excerpts from writings of Dr Blessy, who dedicated her life to working among the poor in North India) August 2019 It was 3pm on a terribly busy day, when the labour room was filled with pregnant women with all kinds of complications. The doctors and nurses were... Read more
The power of the Word

The power of the Word

“We’re going to worship Satan now. You should leave if you’re not interested in participating.” Those were the words Roy Pate heard at 3:00 a.m. in a hotel in Saginaw, Michigan. At the time, he was studying to become a professional musician and was invited with a... Read more
Unexpected disciple-making movement

Unexpected disciple-making movement

Her name was Dalia*. She was sixteen years old and came from a strongly Buddhist family. One of the local Frontier Missions team members had led her to faith, but was unable to disciple her because she was a young woman. There were cultural barriers to his spending... Read more
Walking by faith

Walking by faith

Brother Wei from Southeast Asia tells his story to a staff member of Open Doors. He is too shy to look at him directly. While he is speaking, he keeps his eyes lowered. I’m forty-one years old and I’m a simple rice farmer. Twenty years ago, I became a... Read more

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