Yulian could barely feed himself from the money he earned shining shoes. His life was transformed when he met Filip, a Global Mission pioneer.
We’ve got to be so careful when we share our faith. But this isn’t stopping the spread of the gospel. Many people here want to learn more about Jesus.
A sign spoke to Carmelina about the possibility of a better life, and now God uses Carmelina to encourage others.
Did you know that lives can be transformed in just 28 days?
There are still areas of the world where it’s difficult and even dangerous for people to become Christians.
When the local Adventist Church pastor learned about Sarah’s miraculous experience, he told her, “You need to work for God.” He offered her a position as a Global Mission pioneer, and Sarah eagerly accepted it.
Elena loves working out in her local park. She meets people there who care about exercise too, and they become friends.
Vaasa, Finland, is a stronghold of secularism and atheism. But God is changing the lives of secular Europeans one by one.
As a blind member of the Adventist Church, Kevin knows ministering to the visually impaired can be challenging.
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"This is a lifestyle camp. We’re doing lifestyle evangelism, which means we invite friends and people who are not in contact with the Adventist Church.”
“When I heard Vigen speaking, it touched my heart. I began to understand the Bible and that empty space was filled!”
“When you are in Christ, you are born as a missionary.”
A commitment of long-term, self-sustaining mission extends the outreach of the church to areas where institutional religious activity isn’t allowed. With tentmaking, there is no limit to the mission!
Our church faces tremendous challenges in sharing Jesus in closed countries—countries that have shut their borders to organized churches and traditional missionaries.
When I look back at all the Sabbath challenges I had at the university three years ago, I understand why God allowed me to go through them. He was simply preparing me for what I’m going through now.
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