When Raj’s church was severly damaged by a earthquake, he and his family surrendered their home to the congregation as a place to worship.
More than 500 people in Cambodia placed their faith in Christ in one week as the result of a medical missions trip.
In Wesleyan churches across Mongolia, women are leading the congregations. This year’s Heart of Missions offering will help resource training for female leaders in Mongolia and beyond.
In the 300+ patients seen, one mother in particular left encouraged after she learned the name of her son’s unknown (to her) condition.
An angry mob of young men told the JESUS film team not to show the film in their Southeast Asian village. Read on to find out what happened next.
A warning from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization on September 3 stated that global media are greatly under-reporting the impact of the devastation in Myanmar.
Christian families are being turned away from food and other resources. One widow with two children was told she could receive aid only if she would abandon her Christian faith.
Fifty-five churches and 10,000 members exist in Myanmar, a country gravely affected by flooding as a result of monsoon rains. Of those churches, 75% have been affected, whether damaged or destroyed.
The river pictured in northwest Myanmar is ordinarily a couple hundred feet across. It swelled to over half a mile and more in places and is only one symptom of destructive flooding nationwide.