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Malachi 1:11

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north-india-conference-oct-2013 A HeartCry conference was recently held for our missionaries in North India. The following report of the conference was given by one of the leaders, Rema S. Day 1 In the first session, the teacher said that he would be talking about four priorities in a pastor’s life – the life ... Keep Reading

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IMG_20131016_185734 Pastor Sundar R. has been doing evangelistic outreaches in rural parts of South India for the past 2 weeks. The Lord has blessed Sundar and his team in the amount of ground they have been able to cover in such a short time, and Sundar is seeing how dire the need is for these villages to be penetrated with ... Keep Reading

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The Growth of God's Word in Japan

Posted October 17, 2013  by: Matt G. |1 Comments

Luis_Nicola_familyPraise God for the life that we find in His word! Matthew 4:4 is one of the first verses that every Christian learns, but through the years we've found out that it is not just a nice principle but one of the most awesome and indescribable sources of life and truth that we are able to have. With time, we start to understand... Keep Reading

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profile_vijay_s HeartCry partner Vijay S. is the Director of Reach All Nations (RAN), a church planting ministry that operates in South India.  Vijay recently shared with me the following highlights about the work that God has been doing through RAN over the past 3 years:  16 Pastors Conferences - 1541 pastors attended; 28 Monthly Fellowshi... Keep Reading

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Shalom's Ministry to Flood Victims

Posted October 9, 2013  by: Matt G. |0 Comments

flood_relief_cambodiaThe Tonle Sap River in Cambodia is the only river in the world that sometimes flows backwards. Each year when the monsoon rains hit, the force of the water flowing down the mighty Mekong River causes this tributary to flow in the opposite direction. This year, the rains have already started and many pe... Keep Reading

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samuel_b_profile HeartCry missionary Samuel B. planted a campus church in South India almost a year ago. The church began with about 10-15 attenders, but now by God's grace, there are over 100 students attending the weekly Sunday evening service. Many of these students come from a Hindu background and have never encountered the saving power of the Gospe... Keep Reading

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Pak Nando's Village Ministry in Southeast Asia

Posted September 26, 2013  by: Matt G. |0 Comments

DSC_0419.JPGThe ministry in Pak Nando's village is in many ways going on as usual. Ministry in his type of context is in reality not too exciting if you were to examine it from day to day. There are not a lot of big events and exciting stories that take place. There's not even the fierce opposition and persecution that we often read abou... Keep Reading

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ulam-roof-collapsed.JPG   HeartCry missionary Ulam C. is working to plant a church among the villages of North India. The Lord saved him out of a very violent lifestyle, and he has been serving in the ministry since 2001. A few months ago, his home in North India faced very severe weather. The heavy rains took their toll on his hou... Keep Reading

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Papua (January 2013)

Posted September 10, 2013  by: Matt G. |0 Comments

The following is a photo journal of a trip to Papua in January 2013. Three villages in the Mamberamo River Basin were visited, where HeartCry missionary Yulianus A. has been laboring. Delete Papua (January 2013)  ... Keep Reading

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Luis R. - August 2013 Update from Japan

Posted August 29, 2013  by: Matt G. |0 Comments

We are rejoicing and praising God for bringing many Japanese, Peruvian, and Americans to our evangelistic event called "Jesus Festival." Now is the time of year where there are many festivals and gatherings in all Japan to worship idols, eat, drink, and celebrate paganism. This year, our church Vida Nueva decided to make an open air event where we preached the gospel in three languages and praised the name of our Lord Jesus Christ in this idolatrous land. We were working to translate our Spanis... Keep Reading

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