A few months ago, a total of 545 pieces of literature were shipped from two ads we ran for gospel outreach.
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.
We recently had a 20-year-old lady profess faith in Jesus Christ. She is the roommate of another young believer who is a part of our church but comes from a religious family
Bedriye is a young believer who is pregnant with an unexpected and possibly unwanted baby. Fidan is newly married to an unbelieving man (she herself says she has not decided if she believes) and is having a difficult marriage and problems adjusting to his authority.
On Easter Sunday, we visited a married couple, both of whom were baptized last year but have not shown any fervency in their faith. They still confess Christ, but they are not attending church services and do not have regular time in God’s Word.
We were not able to keep an exact count because the day was so crazy-busy, but we shared the gospel with at least 250 people at a recent festival in our city. Those are 250 people who had never heard the good news before.