That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

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The Unreached in Our Own Backyard

Posted October 2, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Mosque 2When you hear the terms ‘Muslim refugees’ or ‘Muslim immigrants,’ what comes to mind? What emotions do you feel? Does your mind immediately run to the political bickering between the U.S. President and Congress? Do you fear that Muslims are quietly infiltrating Europe and the U.S. to carry out te... Keep Reading

'Middle east lightNathan M.' is the director of Middle East Student Fellowship.  His staff risks arrest and deportation to share the gospel on university campuses.  Yet they have the privilege of seeing students from all over the world embrace Christ as their Savior.  In his latest update, 'Nathan' shares ... Keep Reading

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Israeli Churches Need Pastors for the Future

Posted June 26, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Samuil communion'Light of Life'I was greatly encouraged by my recent visit to ‘Light of Life’ congregation. Pastor Samuil has faithfully shepherded this flock for over 20 years. It was so good to see a group of 60-70 with a healthy mix of ages, especially young families with children. They are a committed chur... Keep Reading

Egypt 2019 Conference

Posted March 6, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Group picIn January I had the wonderful privilege of spending a few days with over 170 Evangelical Christians in Egypt. What fun people! What a sweet time of worship, teaching, and fellowship! We came together in Alexandria for a conference on the centrality of God in all of life. The conference was hosted by two ministries: TS... Keep Reading

Proclaiming Christ to Pakistanis

Posted January 29, 2019  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Screen Shot 2019-01-28 at 9.22.32 AMHeartCry continues to pray for opportunities to assist Pakistani churches in proclaiming the authentic gospel and planting biblical churches. Previously, we funded Urdu translations, and we are delighted to presently support a Pakistani church planter/intern named... Keep Reading

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Paul Washer Interviews David Zadok

Posted January 16, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

A video interview with David Zadok and Paul Washer. Brother Zadok is a pastor in Tel Aviv, Israel and the director of Ha Gefen publications.... Keep Reading

Middle East Student Fellowship Update

Posted October 24, 2018  by: S. R. |0 Comments

ME door 1Student Leaders WeekPrior to each new academic year, ‘Middle East Student Fellowship’ holds a ‘Student Week.’ In late August, 50 students from all over the country gathered for in-depth Bible study, prayer, talks about being a student leader on campus, and listening to testimonies from students a... Keep Reading

Pray for Pakistan

Posted September 18, 2018  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Pakistan_Stock_2Of the 200 million people in Pakistan, approximately 99% of the population is Muslim and unreached. Sadly, Christians are marginalized in society and the blasphemy law is a tool used to persecute believers by the Muslim population. Furthermore, the church is small in number and suffers spiritual malnouri... Keep Reading

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Greater Middle East: Training Isolated Pastors

Posted August 29, 2018  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Middle east lightDue to intense persecution, Lucas was exiled from his home country years ago. He still resides within the Greater Middle East region, devoting himself to ministry in his local church, the translation of good biblical resources in his mother tongue, and conducting online training with house-church pastors... Keep Reading

Counting the Cost to Obey Christ

Posted December 27, 2017  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Alex baptism 1Brother Leonid serves a congregation in Jerusalem. He wrote about the struggles of a woman who seems to have come to faith: “Recently in Jaffa, an elderly woman from Bulgaria by the name of ‘Virena' has repented. Her parents baptized her as a child in the Orthodox Church. Twenty years ago, ‘Virena' married a Jew and moved t... Keep Reading

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