God Story
Multiplication

Magdalena* is a young woman in a North African country. Before the revolution and the Arab Spring in 2010, it was very difficult to spread the gospel in that nation. During that time she was a radical political and religious activist. But, in His grace, God got hold of her and she became a Jesus follower. She says now she is as radical for Jesus, as she was radical as a political and religious activist.

MAKING DISCIPLES
She started to work on a university campus and one by one she led students to the Lord Jesus. Soon she had eight students that started to follow Jesus. People from this group started to reach out and started new groups. In less than a year, there were about 100 Jesus followers of which 80 had been baptised.

Fifteen months later, there were already 300 people who followed Jesus!

What was the strategy? One believer led a number of individuals to Jesus, started a Bible study group, invited friends to come, read the Bible, showed the JESUS Film and they shared their testimonies.

The Kingdom result: New groups were started and these groups multiplied.

*Name changed to protect the individual

 

Learn More

Recent Posts

The business of rescuing people

The business of rescuing people

Moon (literal translation of his name into English) is from a poor, nomadic, unreached people group in India. Illiterate and low caste, Moon had no job and no prospects. He lived on the side of the road in a plastic tent, sleeping on a dirt floor. Moon was estranged...

read more
Divine appointment

Divine appointment

The call from the mosque grew quieter as [my husband and I] made our way down the street and past the university, its lawn dotted with students relaxing in the shade of trees and its paths cluttered with small groups strolling leisurely. A young woman stopped and...

read more
God’s provision in Southern Romania

God’s provision in Southern Romania

A deep discouragement began to trouble Tavi, a Greater Europe Mission (GEM) worker. His home country of Romania was hard ground in which the seed of the gospel did not easily sink in and grow roots. Those who responded to the gospel were few and far between. Young...

read more

Pin It on Pinterest