That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

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Myanmar: "Alarming Situation"

Posted September 11, 2018  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Myanmar_Stock_12(Abbreviations and pen names are used for security reason. Elijah, Chris and Rufus are HeartCry missionaries) Dear HeartCry and Supporters, As long as a church is founded upon the Rock, Jesus Christ, all we have to do as an under-shepherd is obey God and teach the Word through our words and life. I had to be away from the church twice ... Keep Reading

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Update on Paul Snider's Recovery

Posted September 9, 2018  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Paul_SniderPaul Snider, our dear friend and partner in Papua, Indonesia has suffered intense pain from the Chikungunya virus during the last seven weeks. Thankfully, Paul had just arrived in the US for a furlough when he was diagnosed and was able to receive treatment and is recovering after weeks of severe illness. In Pa... Keep Reading

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Nepal: Growth Through Tribulations

Posted September 6, 2018  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Nepal SarvajitReligious persecution continues to rise in Nepal with the passing of each day. This month the government upheld a law that prohibits the preaching of the gospel. This anti-conversion law carries with it a sentence of up to 5 years in prison or a 50,000 Nepali rupee fine, if found guilty of teaching or distribu... Keep Reading

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Cambodia: The Church on Water

Posted September 4, 2018  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Lake_Church_BuildingI am Proom K., a soldier and a fisherman. My home is a fishing village that floats on the Tonle Sap Lake, the largest lake in Cambodia. From land it takes one and a half hours in a boat to reach the village. Here in a very remote location of the world, the Lord Jesus Christ showed me mercy and love and saved me – about two ... Keep Reading

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China and The Struggles of Pastoral Ministry

Posted August 28, 2018  by: J. T. |0 Comments

China_GlobeHeartCry Missionary Society supports Pastor Gaius in China and we are humbled that God allows us to minister alongside this faithful servant of God. Recently, Gaius informed us he has been diagnosed with Cirrhosis of the liver due to stress-related burdens of pastoral ministry and concerns of government persecuti... Keep Reading

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Coordinator Trip Report: Breaking New Ground

Posted August 23, 2018  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

MapIt is always a great honor to be able to serve the men that we support. Most of the trips that I take overseas focus on doing just that. Whether it is holding training conferences or just dropping by for encouragement, there is always a sense of joy and familiarity associated with being with the men we pray for. This makes the long... Keep Reading

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Myanmar: "I Will Build My Church"

Posted August 21, 2018  by: J. T. |0 Comments

5_wheeler Jesus Christ promised to build His church and that the gates of Hades would not overpower it (Matt. 16:18). Christ's assertion is a tremendous encouragement to HeartCry as we witness His promise fulfilled in the nation of Myanmar, in spite of intense opposition. In one area many villagers, along with the surrounding n... Keep Reading

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Charlie T. (S. India): Struggles in South India

Posted August 16, 2018  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

India PeopleCharlie T. can still remember standing in the church he used to attend in Virginia 8 years ago. Every Sunday he would pray that the Lord would raise up healthy, gospel-centered churches in his home land of India. In 2013, he came back to India in search for a healthy church, but found very little. After completing... Keep Reading

Indonesia: An Overview of the Ministry

Posted August 14, 2018  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Indonesia_Water_Shot_2Indonesia – Overview HeartCry has partnered with ministries in Indonesia since 2009. There are two divisions to the ministry in the archipelago: Eastern and Western. The ministries in Eastern Indonesia are all located in Papua among Melanesian ethnic groups that are predominantly anim... Keep Reading

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Japan: A Bridge in Shinjuku

Posted August 1, 2018  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Shinjuku_BridgeDear brothers and Sisters, Apart from the 2 million people evacuated and deaths due to the recent landslides and floods in Japan, more than 300 people also have died of heat strokes and 22,647 people were hospitalized by ambulance. The Fire and Disaster Management Agency said that most of the people who died are elderly who have suffocat... Keep Reading

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