Daniel & Ellie Caballero

Northern Ireland has a high percentage of evangelicals, but the Republic of Ireland has one of the lowest evangelical populations in all of Europe - around 0.5 percent.

Emily Wright

With a population of around 1/4 of a million, Bordeaux has only 6 churches – a significant lack of established Christian witness within the city.

Johnny & Ann McClean

Thailand means Land of the Free, but with social inequality, corruption and people trafficking hiding behind the famous Thai smile, many people feel trapped

Alex & Wijneke Kanri

The pressing need for the church at this moment is to form the next generation of church leaders

Focus on…Italy

“Let’s get one thing straight. Your Italy and our Italia are not the same thing. Italy is a soft drug peddled in predictable packages, such as hills in the sunset and olive groves. Italia, on the other hand, is a maze ... you can go round and round in circles for years.”

Tom and Nerys King

1 in 4 people living in Pattaya work in the sex industry – the overwhelming majority forced to do so by poverty or trafficking.

Pray For Paris, For Lagny, For France

On the night of 13 November 2015, as all our screens filled with the terrors of the attacks on the Bataclan, Paris restaurant terraces and the area around the Stade de France, our social media screens began to fill with one phrase: “Pray for Paris.”

Tamás Burjan

There are still many opportunities in Hungary for Gospel witness in a church-context as well as in the workplace. The way church ministry is developing is based not on one single minister but

Learning to Love Others as God Loves Us

It was late on Christmas Eve when I got the call. Fabiano’s Mum was furious. Fabiano had just wrestled her to the ground to prise a dog out of her embrace and thrust his sister flying back towards the door as he stormed out back to his Dad’s.

Kip’ and Rachel Chelashaw

Whilst most Kenyans identify themselves as Christian, many people do not fully understand the gospel or how the whole Scripture points to Christ. Many remain unchanged by the good news of Jesus Christ, and few are seeking to reach those of other religions.

Paul Chatfield

Europe is fast becoming the new mission field for the Christian world. Now the continent with the fewest percentage of evangelicals, it is increasingly harder to be taken seriously intellectually if you profess Christ. The universities, once founded to know God and His ways in the world are now amongst the most secular institutions in Western Europe.

Marcelo & Holly

Marcelo came to know the Lord in his hometown of Assis, Brazil in his early twenties. Holly grew up in Virginia, where she accepted the Gospel at age five. They married in 2010 and worked with a ministry serving families in at-risk communities in southern Brazil.