During one of my last days in an eastern city, I had a special time with a young lady named Mary. Most people who come into the historic church building in which I was serving are in a group and want to take pictures
Recently, I needed to take our new teammates to get health insurance for their residence permits, so we put our masks on and headed out. Within a minute of walking into the office, the agent (Ernie*) asked me if I was a Jehovah’s Witness.
Bob is someone I met through our broad seed-sowing ministry online. He requested that I give him an entire Bible and immediately began to read.
We let our son play at the park for a couple minutes, hoping it would use up his energy so we could get more sleep one evening and get through our sickness. Then, an extremely talkative Kurdish lady wanted to talk with us. She has a 3-year-old son who was playing with our son.
We have a new brother in Christ! Please pray for Vahit*. He came to faith through our broad seed sowing ministry.
When a teammate and I were out with a volunteer team a couple of months ago, we met Isaiah* via an evangelistic outreach ministry in our country. He is a Kurd from an unreached city with very few Christians.