Jesus had a pattern to His ministry: taking care of people’s needs to show them He cared, and then sharing the beautiful truth of salvation with them.
“Why are you doing this?” And their response is always, “We see you have a need, and we are here to serve you and provide for your needs because we care for you.”
After three years of studying, John said, “I do understand the Bible!”
Hai Lan said she didn’t know anything about Jesus and didn’t believe in any religion. She’s learned that she can only rely on herself.
The very first visit sparked something that later transformed not only him but also his entire family.
Arlaine, the operations manager, says that this UCI is like a showroom.
If the peppers were not harvested before they rotted, he would lose a lot of money.
“I want to go to that church. I want to know more!”
They form long-lasting relationships that enable them to touch hearts for Christ in ways they never could if they were official church workers.
That was a year ago. Last month I had to be admitted to the hospital again!
I want them to know they can trust me, that I want the best for them.
"Why is Saturday so important?” Phon was really confused.
“It’s a small group idea,” he says, “to open an avenue for young professionals to connect and hang out after work.”
Room 263 wants you. Only you.” Anna* rushed into the hospital room.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from Global Mission, it’s that God can and will use any method to touch someone’s heart.
She was so appreciative of what God had done, she decided to visit her friend’s church. She felt right at home with the new group of believers, and soon she gave her heart to Jesus and requested baptism.
Many who attend these Bible classes have shared what they’ve learned with relatives and neighbors and invited them to join the classes as well.
Recently, Laura called the manager of the Epic Art House because she needed someone to talk to.
I don’t know how this happened, but within minutes, I was sitting with a group of 15 village women.
They remembered this as they walked miles to the homes of neighbors and other community members.
News and Features