Why We Talk to Muslims on the Street

Twenty seven years ago we knocked on doors in a street in France, to share the gospel. A conversation with one man led on to Bible studies. Next week we will see this man in Paris: a keen believer whose journey to faith started in that doorway.

Joys and Struggles

We arrived in Kurdistan 10 months ago with a commitment to learning the local dialect of Kurdish and understanding the culture. This was with the aim that we might be equipped to share the good news about Jesus Christ, disciple believers and, under God’s hand, see Kurdish churches planted for his glory: churches with mature believers, reaching out with the gospel, discipling new believers and seeking to be a blessing to the wider culture.

Daniel Brooks

Only 0.34% of Croatia call themselves Christians - that is only 40,000 people in a country of just over 4 million.

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.

Bosco and Heidi Bukeera

Almost all Ugandans believe God exists and 85% call themselves Christians. Yet there remains a shallow understanding of the gospel and a limited desire to pursue holiness.

Fidel and Yvette Tchoumou

The Tchoumou family consists of Fidel (Ivoirian), Yvette (Welsh), and Sara and Esther who are a  wonderful mixture of both.

Jon and Lisa Short

There are approximately 1.6 million university students in Spain. Out of a total population of about 45 million, the universities are a significant mission field in Spain. The politicians, teachers, doctors, social workers, journalists, lawyers and engineers of tomorrow are among these 1.6 million university students.

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