That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

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Nepal: Christian Pressures

Posted May 23, 2019  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Ragunandan PreachingRagunandan:             This month I visited Mr. Denish. He is a faithful believer, but his wife, son, and other family members are not Christian. They all attended the Christmas program we had months ago, but they are not converted. In these ... Keep Reading

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Heart Doctor Receives a Heart Transplant

Posted May 21, 2019  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Screen Shot 2019-05-20 at 9.03.54 AMWe started our church 2.5 years ago. We are located in Asia. Since the beginning of our church, we longed to see converts, but our church grew only through the addition of people from other churches. We prayed, evangelized and prayed more. Some unbelievers would ... Keep Reading

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Siberia: Brutally Cold and Hardened Hearts

Posted May 14, 2019  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Screen Shot 2019-05-14 at 9.30.55 AMI love traveling to encourage brothers who serve in places that for me, living in Eastern Europe, seem to be in the middle of nowhere. I particularly love to be in areas that are off the beaten track — the kind of places where nobody will go unless they really-... Keep Reading

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The Work in North India: A Interns Update

Posted May 2, 2019  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Greetings from my family. We as a family have been doing well by God’s grace. God has sustained us and is helping us to grow in Him. This month, we had a Greek Exegesis class on Galatians. It was helpful to brush up on my Greek. The professor also taught all of us how to use the Logos software- which was very helpful and practical.  Keep Reading

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China: Neither Fear Nor Discouragement!

Posted April 23, 2019  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Screen Shot 2019-04-23 at 11.10.44 AMIn March, we started a new session of membership class in our church. Six people are participating in the study, who have visited our church for a while and said they wanted to join the church. I taught them the membership courses on Sunday School each Lord’s... Keep Reading

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The Incredible Testimony of Karl

Posted April 18, 2019  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Karl1One of the great joys and encouragements of being a HeartCry coordinator is fellowship with different saints from various countries and cultures. While every testimony of the Lord’s saving grace is truly moving and special, there are occasions when you meet someone and hear their story, that truly stops you in your trac... Keep Reading

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Kien_Wife.JPGGreetings in the name of Jesus Christ. We have enjoyed many opportunities to share the Gospel on Tonle Sap Lake. In addition to the opportunities we have in our village, the Lord has blessed us to be able to continue going to the villages of Peam Bang and Don Sdaurng this month to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ... Keep Reading

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Gopal G. (Nepal): Hands to the Plow

Posted April 11, 2019  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Gopal            Greetings to you in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ. This has been a rough time for me personally, as I lost my mother to cancer. She was 83 years old. Before she passed away, my family shared the gospel with her again and again, but we don't know about her ... Keep Reading

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Myanmar: Fields with Plenteous Harvest

Posted April 9, 2019  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Screen Shot 2019-04-08 at 10.35.20 AM(For security the pictures are blurred.) Dear HeartCry and Supporters, More Bible teachings took places in some of our associated churches during this month (March). From March 6-11, my coworkers and I traveled to two separate churches and taught three days respe... Keep Reading

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Timor Leste: Makasae Bible Translation Team

Posted April 2, 2019  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Matt_WorkshopDear Friends and Family, Thank you for your prayers while I was away recently in Timor Leste. The three-day workshop for the Makasae Bible translation went even better than I had anticipated. We spent almost 2 1/2 days studying translation theory to train the team. This was really the first step in training th... Keep Reading

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