A young Nepalese boy and his family view the JESUS film and healing miraculously followed.
A former Hindu from Nepal turned to Christ and was beaten for his newfound faith. Since then, he has planted churches and continues to talk about Jesus.
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.
In 2012, the JESUS Film Partnership of Global Partners asked God for 30 international teams to show the film in a 3-year-period. Since then, over half a million have responded to Christ at showings.
Rev. Moses Frederick Khanu, of Sierra Leone, highlights stories of thankfulness in a country with a vibrant Wesleyan ministry.
Tragedy strikes the JESUS film team in Burkina Faso and a former Buddhist monk is ministering in Myanmar.
Through the ministry of the JESUS film teams, hundreds of Nepalese are coming to Christ. This is still happening months after an earthquake rocked the country, leaving victims homeless and helpless.
While traveling to show the JESUS film, the team’s car crashed into a tree and became damaged. But that didn’t stop them from continuing to tell others about Jesus.
2014 was deemed a successful year regarding the JESUS film. Read 2014 statistics to find out why.
When she saw one of the team approaching, she began to back away, despite their appeals. Finally they called her to stop in the name of Jesus. She fell backward, and began shouting and screaming.
Because of the JESUS film and evangelism rallies, Cubans are placing their faith in Christ rapidly, requiring the planting of new house churches.
The death toll continues to rise, following the Nepal earthquake, a quake 22 times more powerful than the one that demolished Haiti five years ago. The situation is dire, but Wesleyans can help.
This just-released video of Wesleyan ministry in Nepal may be helpful as we pray for the churches in Nepal, the JESUS film teams, and national leader, Pastor Babu, in the wake of the earthquake.
Thousands are dead and injured as Wesleyan churches and leaders begin helping the suffering. The quake occurred during church services, as it is the custom for Nepal churches to meet on Saturday.
There is a flourishing church in a poor area in the Philippines, and people are coming to know Christ amidst the dirt, rubble, and trash of one community.
John Croft tells the story of people coming to Christ and finding redemption through the JESUS film, including a Muslim woman and an adulterous husband.
This brand new four-minute video just released by Global Partners provides a 360-degree view of what’s happening right now with this amazing ministry, including tremendous breakthroughs.
Once called the “Dark Continent,” the light of the gospel is reaching into the hearts of these great nations in Africa.
“Stop the film!” he yelled. “This is our village, and here we are all Hindus. We do not want any foreign religions to come into our place and take our people to their religion,” he said.
Nearly 30 people in Mozambique were “made new” as a result of a recent JESUS film showing.
In January 2014 alone, 3,200 people view the JESUS film in Sierra Leone. Many placed their faith in Jesus as a result.
As I, along my teammates, prepared to show the JESUS film, one person who is a member of the Army of Shiva (Hindu organization) came to us and threatened us.
During our years in Nepal while I was working with a HIV/AIDS program, I noticed that most of the HIV+ patients we had were girls from remote villages of Nepal who had been sold into slavery.
The Florida District helps to purchase needed bicycles for pastors faithfully serving in Cuba.