That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

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Jacques Brunt: 2014 in Review

Posted February 17, 2015  by: Jacques Brunt |0 Comments

First, I would like to wish you and all those that are dear and beloved to you God’s richest blessings for the newly started year. Let us be and stay faithful to the calling with which the Lord has called us. The Lord will bless us in most amazing ways if we will but be faithful to our work. In light of this, I was once again moved by Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s well-known story.... Keep Reading

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A Gospel of Controversy

Posted January 3, 2015  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

A Gospel of Controversy Because of secularism (the view that public activities and decisions should not be influence by religious beliefs and practices) the modern church, who is not biblically driven, seeks to connect with an anti – God culture. In an attempt to reach the disinterested irreligious mind, many modern evangelical ministers and believers in their pursuit of being all things to all men, have won none. The pragmatic agenda of the modern “Christian” community is to... Keep Reading

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The Videira family is now settling into ministry in Leon Spain, where Ruben is seeking to train pastors in his home country through the Berea Bible Seminary. In this report Ruben gives a report on some of the opportunities he has had in in these first months of ministry in Spain. Please continue to pray for wisdom and strength, both for Ruben and his wife Jenn, as they transition into ministry in Spain and seek to be used in the local church as well as in the Berea Seminary.... Keep Reading

The World is My Parish: Illegal Immigration and the Gospel

Posted December 13, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

The World is My Parish Illegal Immigration and the Gospel I look on all the world as my parish; thus far I mean, that, in whatever part of it I am, I judge it meet, right, and my bounden duty, to declare unto all that are willing to hear, the glad tidings of salvation.~ John Wesley At the risk of sounding controversial, let me address the issue of illegal immigration from a providential perspective. In recent years, the United States has been infiltrated by a large populace of immigrants... Keep Reading

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Providence and the Gospel

Posted December 12, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come. ~ Matthew 24:14 By looking through the lens of providence in our modern era one would see the Gospel circling the globe at an accelerated pace. Amazingly, our sovereign God is using some of the most unique ways of getting the tidings of Redeeming love into spiritually barren lands around the world. Recently, while in Milan, Italy, the host missionary told me that count... Keep Reading

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Conference Tour in Italy

Posted November 29, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Conference Tour in Italy During the days of November 7 – 16, my wife, Cindy, and I had the privilege of serving with Corum Deo Ministries. CGM is an outreach of Grace Bible Church of Mantova, Italy, where Andrea Artitoli is pastor. Brothers Andrea Artitoli and Giacomo Lerici, who are HeartCry missionaries, serve together at the church. Corum Deo Ministries began with a two-fold purpose. First, they desired to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through Christian publications that taught th... Keep Reading

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Gospel Driven Missions

Posted November 26, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come. ~ Matthew 24:14 The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the divine impetus that drives missionary enterprise. Other motivations will ebb and flow, but a biblical, Spirit wrought understanding of the redemptive work of Christ is the most proven dynamic that propels and sustains missional endeavor. Many have heard the story of the Moravian missionaries, John Leonard Dober and... Keep Reading

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Ruben Videira: Settling into Ministry in Spain

Posted November 6, 2014  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

In September of 2014, Ruben and his family were sent out by Grace Ministries International to begin training pastors in Ruben's home country through the Berea Bible Seminary in Leon. The seminary focuses on training pastors, elders, and other men in leadership in expository preaching through seminars and conferences. Through Grace Ministries International, HeartCry is helping Ruben and his family with a portion of their monthly support.... Keep Reading

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October 2014 Report from Jacques Brunt - Netherlands

Posted November 2, 2014  by: Paul Washer |0 Comments

Dear HeartCry Family, The well-known American preacher A. W. Tozer said once, “If in the first Christian church the Holy Spirit would withdraw Himself, only 5% of all activities in that church would continue. If that were to happen in the current church, 95% of activities in a church would continue.” This statement affected us, not only in view of our house church and not only in view of the churches and circles that we are privileged to serve with the Word of God, but especially in... Keep Reading

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Church Planting Hardship

Posted October 24, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Ion Tomeci shares the impact that a recent church planting conference that he took part in coordinating had on the attendees.  The Church keeps growing in spite of adversity, a lack of faith or a lack of money. It keeps growing and preaching the Gospel all over Romania. I was involved in organizing a conference for church planters. Their situation is not easy at all, but I am amazed to see the self-sacrifice and boldness of some of these brothers. The purpose of this conference was to equi... Keep Reading

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