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Raising Up Missionaries

Raising Up Missionaries

Pastor Jeyapal smiled broadly. It had been a long day, but a good day. Together with two young men, he had just returned from another evangelism trip. Passing out tracts. Praying for sick people. Sharing the Gospel with whomever they met. Under the blistering South... read more
Jeyapal’s Story: Reaching 30 Villages

Jeyapal’s Story: Reaching 30 Villages

Reaching 30 villages. Where did the vision begin? And how is it being carried out? Through extraordinary circumstances, God is working in South India – in an unlikely way, and through unlikely people. “When I was young, I hated my life and decided to commit suicide,”... read more
Despite the Danger, Raju Shared Christ

Despite the Danger, Raju Shared Christ

They’ve never heard of Jesus before. They’ve never seen a tract. They don’t know what a Bible is. Who are they? An unreached people group tucked away in a North Indian state. One day, that almost changed. It was a clear morning. Pastor Raju rose from his knees. Every... read more
Pastor Kishun: Walking Into the Light

Pastor Kishun: Walking Into the Light

Kishun rubbed his weary feet. Every muscle in his body ached. But he was happy. Sublimely happy. Today he had walked to yet another village to share the Gospel. Walking – an activity he had not done for the first seventeen years of his life. Paralyzed as a child,... read more
A Fearless Faith: “I Will Go”

A Fearless Faith: “I Will Go”

Last week, we shared the story of how Pastor Andrew chose to serve Christ instead of his career. Today, we share about his courage in following Christ, even in the midst of great potential danger. It was 5:00am. Time to go. Looking in on his sleeping wife and... read more
Pastor Andrew Chooses Christ Over Career

Pastor Andrew Chooses Christ Over Career

Andrew rubbed his weary head. The day’s earnings sat before him in a small heap. As usual, it wasn’t much. Nothing in his life seemed like much, except work. He had never amounted to much at school, so he did not continue going to school beyond eighth grade. Now, day... read more