This Friday (Good Friday) marks the 7th anniversary of the murders of three Christians (two Turks and a German) in Malatya, Turkey. Please join the believers in Turkey and across the world as we pray for the church in Malatya and the families and friends of Necati Aydın, Uğur...Read More
This weekend will be the first known Easter celebration in a Kurdish city in Turkey. As Christians, the resurrection of our Lord is the most important holiday on our calendar, and we hope that its significance will be shown to the residents of this city. The new church in the...Read More
As a part of this month’s Secret Church Simulcast from pastor and author David Platt and the people of the Church at Brook Hills, the peoples of Turkey (both Turks and Kurds) will be the focus of prayer: As you know, the Peoples of Turkey are our prayer focus for Secret...Read More
The sky was finally clear this particular evening as M, Z and I were far away from any city lights that tend to steal the glory of the stars. Z had had a bad day. When she has a bad day she usually calls M and I and we take her driving, most of the time going to the top of a...Read More
Would you pray for him and the seeds that have been planted by this family and our team to grow, by God’s grace? Would you pray for the many Kurdish university students who visit countries with higher populations of Christians, specifically that they would meet believers and hear the gospel?Read More
“There are about 25 million Kurds in the world, give or take a few million. Their homeland, called “Kurdistan,” spans four countries: Iraq, Iran, Turkey, and Syria. They speak a language that is related to Persian, and have traditionally lived in the Taurus and Zagros mountains and nearby plains.