How God Used Social Media Unexpectedly

Tongan gospel workers Soi and Fataki Finau have served in Fiji and now in Samoa. Their background in family and campus ministry prepared Soi for an unexpectedly large ministry this year — of winning, building and sending online. “Mobilize others through me” is one of the prayer points of Pray2020. A Facebook Live sermon...

A Digital Missionary in Action

  God had two “divine appointments” set up for Ben when he visited Córdoba, Argentina, recently. Ben wrote to GodTools, “Thank you for your work to develop these easy-to-use tools to share the love of God.” In Córdoba, Ben had met Luz,* who was interested in learning to share her faith. “I was explaining...

Taffy’s Lasting Legacy

  “The 400kms we had to travel in the extreme summer heat felt like a short 15-minute ride,” Taffy Chifamuna wrote to his ministry partners on November 11. “My wife’s and my hearts were full of joy, because we were attending the wedding of one of the former BotsCru students who has been volunteering...

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...

Training and Partnerships Build Movements to Reach Cities

  Close to 80 percent of Latin America’s population lives in cities. For this reason Cru Ecuador has chosen to emphasize movements of multiplying disciples in cities. Staff members seek to build these movements by integrating Global Church Movements’ training into every facet of the ministry. Although staff members have always done evangelism, Multiplying...

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,...

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...