Prayers in Jesus’ Name

John*, a Kurdish man, recently called Phil*, the pastor of the Kurdish fellowship in our community, asking that he pray for his leg. He explained that he had experienced a lot of swelling and pain in his leg for several days.

Language Center Students

Lance* is one of my students at our language center, and I found out this week that he has some interest in knowing more about Jesus.

Openly Explaining the Gospel

Tim* professed faith last year but has remained very much on the outside – always friendly and listening but never contributing or showing signs of spiritual growth. He was developing a reputation as someone who enjoys the fellowship but not the faith.

Reconciliation, the Lord’s Supper, and a Baptism in the Kitchen

A few weeks ago, nine locals met at our home for worship. This was our teammates’ last week with us before leaving for some time in the U.S., and what a day it was!

After Years of Outreach a Man Believes

Aaron*, the barber that some of our church members go to, recently started coming to our worship services. He is professing faith after years of outreach to him, and we are hopeful in his profession…


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