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Brother Gaius, who pastors a small house fellowship in China, gives an update on the day-to-day life of his church and ministry. May God give us grace to see past the "ordinary" and pray with fervency for the spread of Christ's Kingdom in China!... Keep Reading

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Tags: China, Gaius

A report from Sunder R. in South India:  Sunder church Greetings to you all. We are grateful for all your prayers. We appreciate you all for holding the rope behind us therefore we could go to the warfront to labor for the kingdom of God. I would like to share some of what God is doing through us. Sustained t... Keep Reading

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Tags: India

Hindu Nationalist Party Elected  Pray for the Persecuted Church in India  Prayercast | India  More Prayer Resources Operation World HeartCry Prayer Guide Books: Prayer and Fasting... Keep Reading

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Tags: India, pray, Persecution

Dear friends, Thank you so much for your prayers for the recent trip to India and the conferences that were held there! The first conference was held at a church in North India, where HeartCry missionaries from several locations gathered together for a time of studying God’s Word and fellowshipping together. The theme of the conference was “The Magnificence of Christ.” Using the first three verses of the book of Hebrews, the preacher put the glory of Christ on display by high... Keep Reading

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Tags: Asia, India, Conference

Video: The Story of Ramesh - South India

Posted August 27, 2014  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

Watch HeartCry missionary Samuel B. tell the story of Ramesh and how the Lord saved him. ... Keep Reading

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Tags: Asia, India, video, Samuel B.

A missionary report from Gaius in China. July went by very quickly. This month of ministry has been both a pleasure and also painful. A great joy was seeing the brethren’s growth in the Word and their commitment to it. The pain came from seeing the church in W_____ suffering under increasingly heavy pressure from the government. The government is forcefully repressing some brethren, going so far in some cases that several brethren have been beaten so severely they had to go to the hospita... Keep Reading

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Tags: China, Gaius

Take Care How You Build (Part 1)

Posted July 26, 2014  by: Matt G. |3 Comments

WILDERNESS CHURCH (NESTORIAN-Emperor_Taizong_gives_an_audience_to_the_ambassador_of_Tibet)Nestorian Missionaries in Ancient China In AD 635, Alopen, a Persian missionary from the Nestorian Church, arrived in the T'ang dynasty's capital city, Chang'an.[1] According to a m... Keep Reading

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, In the month of August, I will be making a trip to visit HeartCry missionaries in Southeast Asia and North India. On August 5th, I will arrive at the home of Matt G., a church planter and HeartCry’s coordinator for Southeast Asia. For the next five days we will travel throughout Southeast Asia to spend time with HeartCry missionaries scattered throughout the region. Please pray that the time would be fruitful for all and that many encouraging stories ... Keep Reading

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Tags: Asia, Trip, North India, pray, Southeast Asia

God's Work in Japan

Posted July 17, 2014  by: Matt G. |2 Comments

Praise God for His salvation and commandments; praise God for giving us the privilege and command to preach the Gospel, baptize, and make disciples. This last month, we celebrated our sixth anniversary and we praise our Lord Jesus for His salvation and we rejoice in His blessings, and most of all we praise Him for giving us Himself over all these years. A Swiss lady heard the Gospel and became a Christian in Switzerland, afterwards returning to Japan to study at a university. Here in Japan... Keep Reading

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Tags: Japan, Luis Ramirez

The Cultural Captivity of Missions (Part 3)

Posted July 11, 2014  by: Trevor Johnson |2 Comments

DSC_0492.JPGDangers of High-end (C5) Contextualization 1. Mistaking form with meaning: The missionary does not always understand the difference between these two things. Form cannot always be extracted from meaning nor can it always be imbued with Christian meaning (i.e., we cannot always “redeem” pagan elements of cult... Keep Reading

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