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Daniel A. (N. India): Deliverance From Sin

Posted February 24, 2017  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Dear Friends, Greetings to you in the unmatched name of our Savior Jesus Christ. We want to thank you for your prayers and support, and today we want to share with about our church in Uttar Pradesh. This church is called Zion Church and is pastored by brother Daniel A. who has been serving our Lord for the past 15 years. Our brother has labored in this field for several years. He is a hard-working brother and loves the Lord and the Word of God. God has blessed his work and about 125 people mee... Keep Reading

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Gopal G. (Nepal): Strength in Weakness

Posted February 24, 2017  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Greeting to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is my thanks to God for His guidance and protection in my life and also thanks to HeartCry for giving us the biblical teaching which is very helpful in my life to grow in the Lord and also in the ministry. In the grace of God, the church of Karan Dada is going well. Five families migrated from the village; three believers are now joining fellowship. The believers of Siluwa are growing in the Lord. Youth are growing in the Lord and learnin... Keep Reading

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Yesudas Y. (S. India): "Can Jesus Forgive Me?"

Posted February 21, 2017  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Greetings to you all in the matchless name of our Lord Jesus. I am glad to report about what God has done in the ministry of our village Julakallu. I give thanks to the Lord who enables me to guard His Church, and thank you all who are praying and supporting me in His work. God has helped me to reach out to the village called Katrapadu with the Gospel of Lord Jesus Christ in this New Year of 2017. This village is situated at the borderline of a forest, and due to the lack of transport facilitie... Keep Reading

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Dhal B. (Nepal): The True PeaceMaker

Posted February 21, 2017  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

In the grace of God the weekly church services and cottage meetings are going well. I am nurturing the believers in His words. They are growing in the Lord. Thanks to God for His blessing that we could celebrate our son's birthday on this month. I invited to some church leaders, church believers, relatives and village people. It was my great opportunity to share the good news. My relatives and village people were joined in the fellowship. They heard the message in the fellowship. After over the... Keep Reading

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Ragunandan V. (Nepal): Ministering Among the People

Posted February 19, 2017  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

In the grace of God the weekly church services and cottage meetings are going well. In this month the new people are attending the church due to their sickness. I visited to Mrs. Sumitra P. and Mrs. Sita H.. I shared the gospel to Sumitra and now she is attending the church. I am trying to nurture them in God's Words. Mrs. Gita C. is attending the church. She has a mental problem. I went to visit her house and she shared her problem to me. I shared about our spiritual sickness and life in Chris... Keep Reading

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Neel G. (Nepal): Living By The Book

Posted February 17, 2017  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Thanks to the almighty God for His grace and strength to extend His kingdom. Also thanks to God for supplying our needs to complete our church meeting place. Pabitra Church Shantinagar (mother church) and other some churches of RCN supported financially to complete this work. The local church believers did manual works in various ways to help. Thanks to God for His provisions. In these days I am studying the book "Living by the Book." I am very thankful to God for receiving this book in my life... Keep Reading

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Salah K. (N. India): Standing Through Agony

Posted February 16, 2017  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Dear friends, We are doing great by the grace of our Savior Jesus Christ and are grateful for your prayers and support. Today we want to take you to a small village in Eastern Uttar Pradesh where one brother Salah K. have been laboring for over 10 years and has a church which meets regularly. The village which we are talking about is B* and is about * K.M.’s from the nearest city A*. Remote as its location is the village people mostly depend on agriculture for their lively hood and the pe... Keep Reading

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Vietnam: A Workman from God

Posted February 15, 2017  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Dear HeartCry First of all let me send regards to the Church and your family. We wish the servant of God have a new year of peace, prosperity, and health, especially in your support of missionaries and pastors around the world and will see more people saved in the kingdom of God. The grace of the Savior Jesus Christ be with all of you. What I was taught in the Bible 2 Timothy 2:15: "Let it be your care to get the approval of God, as a workman who has no cause for shame, giving a true word in t... Keep Reading

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The following report is from a HeartCry missionary in Myanmar. For security, names are given by initials.  Dear HeartCry, Greetings from S state in our Savior and Lord Jesus Christ. I thank God for the divine providence I witnessed both in the ministry and in my family over the months. And as always, I am grateful for your faithful prayers and supports. As I asked for your prayer in my last report, I was able to go and teach at the MK Bible training centre for about three weeks in January... Keep Reading

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Encouraging Report from Japan

Posted February 10, 2017  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Dear brothers and Sisters, Praise the Lord for blessing us with the miracle of salvation! In the midst of our human weakness and unworthiness, our precious Lord continues being faithful to work, transforming the hearts and giving life to His called ones. Eight years ago I met a 15 years old Peruvian boy who was sent by his Peruvian immigrant parents religiously to an American-Japanese church every Sunday. He sat for years by himself listening without understanding the English, with limited Japa... Keep Reading

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