There is a young man named Fred* who has recently started attending our young adults’ group. Apparently, he attended church services in the past, but it has been a long time.
John recently went on a trip to a neighboring country to do ministry among the Kurds. When John visited the home of a Kurdish family, he was surprised to find a lot of people gathered at the home.
Delaney* is a Kurdish woman who was married at age 14. After years of abuse from her husband, she divorced him and raised their three sons. Later, she married a Kurdish man (Dimitri*) and had a daughter, but Demetri was sent to prison.
A few weeks ago, a missionary in Central Asia admitted, “My heart was heavy this morning when the text waiting for me on my phone when I got up was from my friend Darla’s husband telling me that Darla had been hospitalized….
Dimitri is a Kurdish refugee from a war torn country in the Middle East. He has attended a weekly English Club a few times and has heard the gospel each time. Last time he came to English Club, he shared that he believed that Muhammad and Jesus were teaching the same message.
In a story shared on February 5th, I told you about a Kurdish man named Hakan, the dream that he had, and how we were able to share the Truth with him.