That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

Europe Coordinator's Report: Scotland

Posted August 13, 2013  by: Paul Washer |0 Comments

Our work in Eastern Europe continues to grow in maturity and number. Under the direction of Sorin Prodan, Don Currin, and thirty-two dedicated missionaries, souls are being won for Christ; established churches are being strengthened; and new church plants are rising up. On several university campuses in Romania, students are hearing the gospel and being discipled. As the promised hope of European unity and prosperity crumbles and gives way to cynicism and despair, the light of the gospel continu... Keep Reading

I praise God for the privilege of laboring for His Name’s sake at HeartCry, and I look forward to the good works He has prepared in this new year. Before I describe my hopes for the ministry in Asia in 2013, I will briefly highlight what the Lord has done in the few months I have been with HeartCry in 2012. In August my wife, Christina, and I moved from Minneapolis to Radford to work with HeartCry and the ministry in Asia. I was able to take a three-week trip to Asia with Matt Glass and a... Keep Reading

Asia Coordinator's Report: 2012 Review

Posted August 13, 2013  by: Matt G. |0 Comments

Dear HeartCry Friends and Co-laborers: I hope this edition of the magazine finds you experiencing more of Christ’s love and holy joy. It is my prayer that your joy and zeal for the Lord might grow as you read about what God is doing among the nations in order to exalt the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. The stories that you read in this magazine, stories that we are privileged to write, are just a small part of that great narrative that our God is writing. As every word and chapter are an i... Keep Reading


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Middle East Coordinator's Report: 2012 in Review

Posted August 13, 2013  by: Marc Glass |0 Comments

Throughout 2012, HeartCry has seen a number of developments in the church-planting efforts of our partners in the Middle East. Israel In 2012, HeartCry took up the support of another missionary/pastor in Israel. Samuil L. is the pastor of “Light of Life” congregation near Tel Aviv. He and his wife Ella immigrated to Israel from Ukraine in 1995, and they immediately began working in evangelism among their fellow Jews. The “Light of Life” began in 1997 as a small Bible st... Keep Reading

Russia Coordinator's Report: 2012 Review

Posted August 13, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

It is overwhelming to contemplate the great mercies of God that have been abundantly poured out this past year. The Lord is gathering for Himself a people from every nation, and it is such a blessing to see this unfold in the barren and needy nations of the former Soviet Union. Dear reader, may you be heartily encouraged by the fact that pastors and missionaries are being raised up throughout Siberia, Kazakhstan, and Belarus; churches have been established and are growing; new churches are being... Keep Reading

South America Coordinator's Report: 2012 Review

Posted August 13, 2013  by: Paul Washer |0 Comments

Thus far, we have only included a fraction of the news of what the Lord is doing around the world through our indigenous partners. And yet we come to the end of the magazine with only one page left to share about the work in South America. It is probably just as well, because if we had a hundred pages upon which to write, we could not adequately explain the work or describe the kindness of God which has prospered it! Peru In our beloved country of Peru, the work continues to expand in number a... Keep Reading

The Cross of Jesus Christ

Posted August 12, 2013  by: Paul Washer |0 Comments

An excerpt from the book "The Gospel's Power & Message" by Paul Washer hc73-150x263At the ninth hour, Jesus cried out with a loud voice,“Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?” which is translated, “My God, my God,why have you forsaken me?” - Mark 15:34 And ... Keep Reading


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Africa Coordinator's Report: 2012 Review

Posted August 12, 2013  by: Marc Glass |0 Comments

Throughout 2012, HeartCry has seen a number of developments in the church-planting efforts of our partners in Africa. Zambia With the departure of the Reece families at the end of 2011, the work among the Lozi in the Western Province of Zambia has seen dramatic changes. Our indigenous partners (Kabwata Baptist Church) decided to relocate the thrust of the work from the Shesheke area of the Western Province to the Lozi capital of Mongu. In January 2012, at Kabwata’s annual missionary pra... Keep Reading


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