Reaching a Nation, Village by Village

  Maung came to know Christ in 2000 through the “JESUS” film. Though it is not easy, he has faithfully served the Lord with a church-planting movement, Global Church Movements, since then. Followers of Jesus in his country are prohibited from openly sharing their faith by the major religion. But Maung and his team go […]

A Fisherman Begins to Fish for Men

  Arbogast Henga was born on an island in Lake Victoria, Tanzania. A fisherman like his father and grandfather before him, Arbogast practiced witchcraft and took traditional medicine, believing these things would help him catch fish. When fish became scarce in 2011, Arbogast, age 47, traveled to a nearby district known for witch doctors, looking […]

He Gave Me His Name

  Diana looked up at me from behind her veil, the long garment covering her clothes swaying in the light breeze: “I was born into my religion, my family, my culture, but now I can call myself a Christian, because Christ gave me His name.” During “Global Student Launch Week,” our team was searching for […]

A Madman Changes Careers

    The Arsi people are one of the most unreached people groups in Ethiopia, most claiming the dominant religion of that area. Seife, a staff member of Great Commission Ministry/Cru Ethiopia, began training about 30 leaders in Assassa–where the Arsi people live–for church planting. Shambel was one of the trainees Seife equipped during the […]

Towards a New Day in Honduras

    Retired Army general Rodolfo Interiano, from Honduras, and his wife Eva, from Mexico, minister to military and police officers throughout Latin America. Based in the U.S., they disciple many through visits and Whatsapp groups. They are rejoicing as they see military leaders of Honduras–a nation wracked by crime and poverty–take new steps of […]