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New Coordinator for Africa - S. R.

Posted March 9, 2017  by: S. R. |0 Comments

S. R. rejoined the HeartCry staff in August. Forrest Hite, who previously held the position, has now moved on to coordinate our efforts to translate sound literature into the languages of some of the most needy people groups on the globe. The following was written by S.R. Now that Forrest has posted his "farewell" to the Africa Blog [bit.ly/hc84-01], I suppose it is time for me to make introductions. For those who have followed HeartCry for some time, introductions are not necessary, but for th... Keep Reading

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HeartCry Magazine | Issue 84

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Paul Washer |0 Comments

Summer has been overtaken by fall, which will soon give way to winter. I sometimes think that God has given us four seasons so that we might be reminded of the passing of time and the brevity of our lives. For the unbeliever, this is a dreaded sign that life is as fleeting as a wisp of smoke or a morning vapor dissipated by the heat of midday. But for the believer, it is a cordial reminder that the night which overtakes us will quickly give way to a swift sunrise and a beautiful dawn. It also se... Keep Reading

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hc84-150x263Our guest author is the founding pastor of Cincinnati Primitive Baptist Church and the director of the radio ministry, “Baptist Bible Hour.” One of the hallmarks of his ministry has been an emphasis on exegetical teaching, with a very practical and personal application. Lasserre and his wife Emily have three grown ... Keep Reading

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A New Meeting Tent, Bibles, and a Conference

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Eddy Solano, who serves with HeartCry as the administrator in Peru, recently made a trip to the northern mountains to help with the purchase and assembly of a large meeting tent and the distribution of two hundred Bibles. HeartCry purchased the meeting tent in order to provide a more suitable teaching environment in the hot, sunny Andes Mountains. The tent will be used for conferences in Pacaipampa as well as for the regular modules of the Bible Institute for pastors, in which over fifty student... Keep Reading

In 2013, HeartCry donated the boat El Chasqui del Rey (The King’s Messenger) to missionaries Micah Tuttle and Jairo Sangama, who labor in Peru’s jungle. In a short clip (which can be seen at the website link provided below) from a recent trip up the Huallaga River, Micah expresses his thankfulness once again for those who made the gift possible and shares how the boat continues to be used for ministry throughout the villages that lie along the river. By God’s grace, the boat ha... Keep Reading

Two new books in russian

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

Screenshot 2015-11-11 10.21.32The second volume in the “Recovering the Gospel” series, entitled The Gospel Call and True Conversion, has been translated into Russian. Multiple copies have just been printed in Belarus by the Evangelical publishing house, Gospel and Reformation. They are diligently working to complete ... Keep Reading

Evangelism in Prato, Italy

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Emanuel Ivan pastors Maranatha Church in Firenze (Florence), Italy. Maranatha is a congregation of Romanian and Gypsy converts who came to Italy for work to provide for their families back in Eastern Europe. The following is a portion of Emanuel's April report. We continued doing personal evangelism in Prato. On April 2nd, I visited with a group of brothers and sisters. One of our sisters talked to several young ladies who were involved in prostitution (the sister who was witnessing to them did... Keep Reading

Striving to live worthy of the Gospel

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

By Dimitry R. Dimitry planted a church in the city of Yekaterinburg, Siberia, Russia, in 2010. He continues laboring as their pastor there along with his young family. Dimitry graduated from the Samara Center for Biblical Training and is a part of their fellowship of pastors. He is regarded as being an exceptional preacher and teacher of the Word of God. HeartCry began supporting Dimitry in February of 2012. Iam glad to write to you once again about how the Lord continues His work in our small... Keep Reading

Gospel Encounters | Alex Palade

Posted November 11, 2015 |0 Comments

Alex Palade, one of our university missionaries, is a passionate evangelist who longs to bring people to Jesus. Fearless in his approach, he faithfully plants gospel seeds wherever he ministers. The following are a couple of his encounters last month. Irecently met an Orthodox man named Eduard. His mother (a Romanian) and his father (a Muslim)are currently living in Syria. Eduard told me that he was feeling lost, and he had this emptiness in his heart. He didn’t know how God saw him or ho... Keep Reading

Biblical Church Leadership

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

By Eugene M. Eugene is a graduate of the Samara Center for Biblical Training. He is pastor of a church in Isil’kul, Siberia, Russia. HeartCry began supporting Eugene in October of 2012. He is married and has four sons. I greet you, my friends, in the love of Jesus! Last month, a man in our church named Sergey was ordained to the pastoral ministry and chosen to work with me as a fellow elder in our church. We rented a café building for this special event. We sang songs, and then I ... Keep Reading

Ruxi is part of a team that evangelizes and disciples students from various universities in Bucharest. Her ministry involves leading evangelistic camps and conducting weekly Bible studies with Christians and seekers in Bucharest. Ruxi is also one of the team translators for HeartCry in Romania. She assists with translation in conferences and proofreads books that are translated and published by HeartCry into the Romanian language. In spite of a physically trying season, Ruxi continues to lovingl... Keep Reading

Ministry update and plans to move south

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

By Bakhid N. Bakhid is pastor of a church in Northern Kazakhstan. He is a graduate of the Samara Center for Biblical Training and is a part of their fellowship of pastors. In addition to his regular preaching activities, Bakhid is also very active in evangelism among the Muslim Kazakhs in his area, who make up the majority of the population. Due to new government laws and regulations, Christians in Kazakhstan are now losing their religious freedom. NEWS FROM OUR FAMILY I thank you all for you... Keep Reading

Florin moved to the city of Tulcea, Romania, in 2011. He is a member of Bethel Baptist Church and is working as a church planter on the Danube Delta and the mountains of Macin. In addition to church planting, he is seeking to revive the small and abandoned works throughout the region. The county of Tulcea has a population of 260,000 inhabitants, and only about 400 people claim to be Evangelical. In the following, Florin shares about his gospel labor in Tulcea. In April, I continued to go to Sul... Keep Reading

Netherlands Update | Jacques Brunt

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Jacques T. Brunt is an itinerant preacher, teacher, and evangelist in the Netherlands. He was born in 1979 and converted to Christianity in 2000. He is the youngest of five children and was raised in a Dutch Reformed family. He was married to Annette in 2004, and they have three children: Levi, Boaz, and Jesse. Jacques’ ministry can be divided into three specific areas. He is a leader and teacher for Heart Cry Netherlands (Stichting Heart Cry), he is a teacher in his local Baptist church i... Keep Reading

Update from Frankfurt | Peter Schild

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Peter is working to plant biblical churches in Frankfurt, Germany. Throughout the week, he and his coworker, Nathanael Armisen, are teaching, preaching, and evangelizing in the streets. Peter is a member of the Reformed Baptist Church in Wetzlar. He and his wife Priscilla have two children: Josiah and Elia. This month I took several weeks off to stay home while my wife was in her confinement period after the delivery of our second son, Elia. I took care of her, Josiah, and the household. This t... Keep Reading

Leonid has planted a small church among the Russian Jews in a city in Israel. Though the church is small, their hope is that God might use them to bring many hearts to His Son. In addition to his pastoral duties, Leonid helps Antony Simon and others with their evangelistic tour ministry, performs evangelistic concerts in cities throughout Israel, and writes articles about Israel that are published in various Christian magazines. He has recently published these articles in a book entitled Around ... Keep Reading

Doing the Work of an Evangelist | Adrian Augustin

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Adrian, who is called Adi by his friends and colleagues, lives in the city of Brasov, Romania. He and his wife Paula have three daughters. Adi serves Providence Church in Brasov as an evangelist. His bold preaching and powerful presentation of the gospel has given him a unique ministry in the community. Iwant to praise the Lord for being able to write to you once again from the gospel battle field. The battle is getting fierce; it is like hand-to-hand combat with the enemy.We continue taking th... Keep Reading

Answered Prayer in the Middle East

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Josh C. |0 Comments

On July 7th, we received an urgent prayer request from Dr. Andrew*, who works in an undisclosed location in the Middle East. On August 20th, we received notice that the Lord had answered our prayers. Below are the updates. JULY 7, 2015I just received a phone call that the secret police have contacted our team in order to investigate the funds that we receive from HeartCry and their purpose. Then the bank also contacted us with many questions asking about the funds we receive. Because of this, I... Keep Reading

Two New Converts | Romania

Posted November 11, 2015 |0 Comments

Anatol is the HeartCry national director for Moldova. He pastors Immanuel Baptist Church in Cahul and oversees teams in Anenii Noi and Cahul. Anatol has also planted four other churches in the area. He and his wife Nadia have three children: David, Paul, and Florin. In this recent report, Anatol shares testimonies from two new converts: Marina and Valentina. MARINA'S TESTIMONYIgrew up in an Orthodox family, and my mother taught me how to pray the Lord’s Prayer as a child. In our neighborh... Keep Reading

Ministry Overview | Pacaipampa, Peru

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Nicomedes is the pastor of a church in Pacaipampa, in the northern region of Peru. While he is devoted to this church, the Lord has also used him and the congregation there to start several other church plants in villages throughout the region. In the church that I pastor, I am preparing two more men for the pastoral ministry. Two days a week, we meet to study together. Also, as a church we are carrying out a study every Thursday evening on the duties of husbands and wives, as well as mothers a... Keep Reading

Amal's Story

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Josh C. |0 Comments

Amal is a woman living in the Middle East. This is her testimony as recorded by Dr. Andrew. My story started thirty-eight years ago. My mother died six months after I was born, and from then on I was raised by my father. When I turned five years old, my father started working long days without any time off, and so I spent my days with the neighbors until my father came home. My neighbors happened to be Christians, so at their house I would often hear verses and stories from the Bible or Christi... Keep Reading

Seeing The Lord's faithfulness in Cuzco

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Wehrner is the pastor of the church Iglesia Cristiana de Gracia (Grace Christian Church) in Cuzco, Peru. He moved from Chiclayo, Peru, with his family and began this new work in February of 2013. The Lord has shown His faithfulness this month toward all of us in the church, as He continues to sustain us by His grace and mercy. We are growing in the knowledge of the Lord, and in each of our meetings together we are setting our minds and hearts on Christ and His work on our behalf. As I mentione... Keep Reading

Training Conference in Pacaipampa, Peru

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Recently, HeartCry sponsored a five-day training conference in the region of Pacaipampa, Peru. About fifty-five pastors and teachers traveled many hours through the mountains and the rain to a small town in Pacaipampa called San Luis. Throughout the week, the fifty-five men met in a small church building and received instruction on the topics of Expository Preaching and the Doctrine of the Scriptures, taught by HeartCry missionaries Jose Luis Siancas and Javier Carhuapoma. Along with the teachin... Keep Reading

Last week, pastors from across Peru’s jungles came together for a week of training carried out by Reaching and Teaching Ministries, headed by Dr. David Sills. Every few months Reaching and Teaching Ministries travels down for these week-long trainings of jungle pastors, gathering in the small village of Chazuta along the Huallaga River. Since 2014, HeartCry has worked toward providing the pastors that faithfully attend the courses with a basic pastoral library. During the most recent gathe... Keep Reading

Radio Preaching Ministry

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Luke Nash |0 Comments

Urbano is serving as a missionary within the association of churches in the region of Pacaipampa, Peru. He travels and teaches in the churches of the association and also helps in the development of new church plants. By the grace of Christ, I am continuing to preach every weekday from 6 to 7 PM on the radio. I am preaching on the topics of expository preaching (based on John MacArthur’s book) and also on the priority of prayer in preaching. Brothers and sisters, thanks be to God that by ... Keep Reading

Suffer hardship as a good soldier

Posted November 10, 2015  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Jamey T. is one of the HeartCry coordinators for Asia. He wrote the following report upon his return from training men in Cambodia and China. Charles T. Studd remarked, “Difficulties, dangers, disease, death, or divisions don’t deter any but Chocolate Soldiers from executing God’s will.” During my last trip overseas I met men who have experienced difficulties, dangers, disease, death, and division and were not deterred from following Christ. They live in nations where li... Keep Reading

Evangelism and Growth In Malawi

Posted November 10, 2015 |0 Comments

Brother Mala is pastoring Antioch Baptist Church in Blantyre, Malawi, where he has been laboring since 2008. Our dear praying and supporting friends, I would like to thank you for taking the time to pray for my family and the ministry here in Blantyre. I hope that you will find this update encouraging, that you will be given a better sense of our affairs, and indeed that you will even see in it answers to your prayers on our behalf. We are rejoicing in the work the Lord is doing here in Malawi!... Keep Reading

Thus far the lord has led us!

Posted November 10, 2015  by: S. R. |0 Comments

BY MATTHEWS FIKATI With HeartCry’s support, Matthews completed the one-year pastoral internship program at Kabwata Baptist Church in December of 2013. In April of 2014, with the recommendation of KBC’s elders, he was sent out to plant a church in Chambishi, Zambia. Greetings to you in the precious Name of our Lord Jesus Christ! With a heart full of gratitude to the Lord, I would like to update you on the workings of God in the life of the church here in Chambishi. CHURCH HISTORY ... Keep Reading

Church Plant In China

Posted November 10, 2015  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Gaius* is married and has one child. He grew up in a Christian family and was converted as a youth while attending a summer camp. He is now working to establish a healthy church in a large urban area of China. Greeting brothers and sisters! Thanks be to God for bringing us through this month! Thank you and all those who work with you for your support of my ministry. I give thanks to God for this and pray He remembers your efforts. I preached two Lord’s Days this month and am still workin... Keep Reading

God's commitment to saving his Precious souls

Posted November 10, 2015  by: S. R. |0 Comments

By Wege Sinyangwe Wege is a member of Mt. Makulu Baptist Church and a graduate of Kabwata Baptist Church’s pastoral internship program (2011). In the early months of 2012, Mt. Makulu sent Wege out to spearhead a church plant in the Chilanga area of Lusaka, Zambia. There are times when mission work seems difficult, particularly to those of us who are on the ground. There is often a feeling of doubt, as if perhaps we did not hear God’s call properly. Our desire is to see results as s... Keep Reading

The Harvest Is Plentiful | By Sunder R.

Posted November 10, 2015  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

After graduating from Grace Bible College, Sunder primarily worked as a church planter in Gujarat, India. After planting a church, he moved back to his native state in South India in 2004. Since moving, God has graciously used him and allowed him to plant another church. Last week, I was blessed to visit and teach in a small village church about four hundred kilometers away. This was a very special trip for me, for I was able to reunite with Pastor Asa*. In 1998, God graciously used me to lead ... Keep Reading

The Madman Cured

Posted November 10, 2015  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Seth* was raised in a devout Hindu home and was saved from his idolatrous tradition when he was invited to a church in his home village. After his conversion he studied at a Bible school for three years and was then sent to North India for the purpose of evangelism and church planting. Praise be to God, who has enabled me and my wife Serah* (along with both our children) to serve the Lord here in the northern part of India. We are thankful and amazed that He is using us for the advancement of H... Keep Reading

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