That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

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

Glory to my Lord, He is good, He is Kind, He is great. I thank God for you, brothers and sisters. Thank you for reading our reports and caring to know about us. Praise God, I finally delivered my baby boy three months ago. He is so beautiful! I thank God for His great gifts every day. My health is very good and I didn't feel much pain during the surgery. Every day in the morning my husband and I start our day praying and thanking the Lord. This month I will start attending the Saturday women's ... Keep Reading

The Sacrifice Of Christ - Leonid B.

Posted June 5, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

profile_leonid_bWe celebrated the Passover on the hill directly overlooking the historical place of the Bible called Gehenna – “hell fire”. Among many of our guests was a journalist who writes articles for the regional newspaper. I talked with her about the expiatory sacrifice of Christ and that all people who reject His sacrifice will ... Keep Reading

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Van Purchased for Egypt Ministry

Posted January 28, 2015 |0 Comments

Egypt Van Sameul Thanks to all of the donors for their support which enabled HeartCry to help purchase this van for the ministry in Egypt. This van will allow Pastor Samuel to make visits throughout his city, for church member visits as well as evangelistic outings. He will also be able to pick up children throughout the city ... Keep Reading

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Kurdistan Antony Simon 1-7-2014The following is from a report from Antony S.'s recent gospel relief trip to Kurdistan (Iraq). Read the full report here. I have just arrived back from Iraqi Kurdistan; this was the second trip within one month. Both trips were amazing trip with many opportunities to preach the Gospel. There are so many physical needs and man... Keep Reading

A snapshot of the ministry in Lebanon.  Please pray for God's work in Lebanon and the Middle East. He is moving to draw all peoples to himself! Delete Lebanon Ministry Update - December 2014  ... Keep Reading

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Tags: Middle East, Lebanon, Walid B.

Hanan protectedPlease be praying for our sister Hanan, who is laboring as an evangelist and administrator in a protected country in the Middle East. Earlier this year she was diagnosed with cancer, and now she is taking chemotherapy, which resulted in a complete loss of her hair, and a severe drop of her immune system.... Keep Reading

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A Brief Update from Lebanon

Posted December 10, 2014 |3 Comments

profile_walid_bPlease pray for Walid B. and God's work in Lebanon and the Middle East! The following is a brief report from him: Dear saints, It is been a long time since I updated you about what is happening in the Middle East. The best thing about the war in the Middle East is that we have now about two million refugees in Lebanon and our churches are filled with Syria... Keep Reading

Middle East One True God books printedThe Church in the Middle East has a great need for solid, Biblical teaching and resources. For Christians living in the Middle East, good books and other resources are difficult to find in their own language. HeartCry is currently working on several translation projects ... Keep Reading

refugee campA short update from Walid B. in Lebanon. Please pray for him and all of the refugees scattered throughout the Middle East! It is snowing in Lebanon tonight. I drove two hours to reach some recently converted refugees in the mountains of Lebanon. I am amazed - God is saving Druze muslims! Amazing testimonies I hear! God is using the war in... Keep Reading

The information in this article is not confirmed by any official sources. If you have any information, please send an email to An article by CoptsToday reported that the Saudi Arabian government may have imposed new laws requiring the death penalty for the illegal smuggling of Bibles into the country (read here). The reports have not been confirmed by any official source. A Saudi Arabian Christian writes: "Dear Brethren, We Christians who are working in Saud... Keep Reading

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HeartCry missionary Dr. Andrew shares one of the many stories about Arabic Christians who are remaining faithful to Christ even in the midst of extreme persecution from radical Islamic groups.... Keep Reading

Taking The Gospel To Kurdistan

Posted November 17, 2014  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

The following report is from one of our partners in the Middle East regarding a recent trip to Kurdistan: After three days of evangelism in Turkey we traveled to another area of Kurdistan to prepare the way for the rest of our team - in all there were nine of us from five different countries. Our main purpose in going was to minister to the displaced refugees of Kurdistan by proclaiming the Gospel and distributing food, bibles, and medical supplies.... Keep Reading

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The following is a report from a Christian organization which recently visited Lebanon. May these accounts of God on the move be an encouragement for the Church to plead for an outpouring of grace during this time of great opportunity and open doors.... Keep Reading

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Prayer is needed for missionary pastor Boutros B., who recently moved with his wife to an undisclosed country within the Arabian Peninsula. Please pray for them, their church, and the Middle East as a whole.... Keep Reading

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geography-of-lebanon0Will you commit to pray earnestly for Lebanon? This country has a long, bloody history filled with wars and turmoil. Most recently, a civil war spanning from 1975 to 1990 resulted in the death of around 120,000 of its people. Today, approximately 76,000 people still remain homeless. Despite its horrific history ... Keep Reading

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An update from Abu Munahid, pastor of Salam Church in an undisclosed country in the Middle East. Introducing Christ to a New Family This month I visited a new family and introduced Jesus's message to them. The father and his wife, the son and his wife, and the daughter and her husband also prayed with me. The woman said that she couldn’t believe in the trinity and the deity of Jesus – it didn't make sense to her. But the Lord is good, He opened a door for me to talk about it. The ... Keep Reading

This article is based on information gathered from a HeartCry-affiliated observer of the underground church in the Arabian Peninsula. Christianity in Arabia A thorough study of the New Testament demonstrates that Christianity had a strong beginning in the Middle East. In fact, it wasn’t until the mid-seventh century that Islam became the dominant religion of the region. But because Islam was founded in an intensely tribal culture, it spread rapidly and sank deeply into all aspects of lif... Keep Reading

The first few days were spent with Pastor Samuel D. and his family. Samuel recently completed his theology degree in Egypt and was officially ordained in the country of Egypt (his Jordanian Bible degree and ordination were not accepted). Now by God’s grace he has received an official status as a pastor, which allows him to travel and minister much more freely than he could previously.... Keep Reading

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Brothers and sisters, Thank you for your prayers for this trip. God has been a very great and present help. The need for wisdom and power from the Spirit is incredible here, so please continue to pray for us and for the Church in the Middle East. During the first two days we had a small conference in the church for the missionaries and church members. The discussion was lively and the people were very hungry to learn more about the Doctrine of God. Many came up to express in broken English how... Keep Reading

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Egypt baptism   Brothers and Sisters, I am writing to ask for your support in prayer during my upcoming trip to the Middle East from July 23rd to August 4th. Dr. Andrew and I will be visiting several churches in the Middle East. Beginning on July 25th, there will be a two-day conference for HeartCry missionaries and partners in Dr. Andrew&rsq... Keep Reading

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Update From Israel - Leonid B.

Posted July 9, 2014  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

profile_leonid_bDear brothers and sisters,  Greetings to you from Israel! I went again to a prison near N_____ to minister to the prisoners. Some of them have come to faith in Christ, and we teach them the Scriptures. Others are open to hearing the Gospel, and we seek to evangelize them. Nikolay is one prisoner who has rec... Keep Reading

Please pray for Walid B. as he travels and ministers in Egypt for the next 10 days. He will be distributing copies of Brother Paul's workbook The Truth About Man to churches, as well as preaching in the cities of Cairo, Port Said, and Al Minya. To the young men in Cairo, he will be speaking on the topic: "Love that Leads to Evangelism" and encouraging the young men not to be afraid to speak to Muslims about Jesus. Pray for strength and grace as he travels and that the Church in Egypt would... Keep Reading

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Sharif A: Ministry with Refugees

Posted March 3, 2014  by: Marc Glass |0 Comments

A wonderful and distinctive thing which happened this month was that our prayers were answered, and the church is now opened daily. With the presence of the pastor and me helping in the service, we now have a daily morning prayer time in the church to serve the region, to spiritually pursue the new believers, and to respond to anyone who is in need for a help or an advice. This way, we can easily access the church and be with people to pray together. In this month, I had a meeting in the o... Keep Reading

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M. East Coordinator's Report - from Islam to Christianity

Posted February 17, 2014  by: Marc Glass |0 Comments

It is my hope that this update finds you growing and prospering in the grace of the Lord Jesus. Please continue praying for our missionaries in the Middle East. We are now working with ten men and three churches in seven countries throughout the region. It is my prayer that the Lord would open more doors for HeartCry to impact the indigenous church in the Middle East. In the last few months, HeartCry has taken on the support of two church planters in undisclosed countries: Boutros B. and Sharif... Keep Reading

Day 3: "Wives, Honor Your Husbands" in Egypt

Posted January 31, 2014  by: Marc Glass |0 Comments

After the teaching sessions were over yesterday, we had the privilege of taking Samuel, Samira, and their three children out to dinner. Over the last few years, I have grown to appreciate, love, and respect this family more and more as I have grown to know them better. I spoke with Samira, asking her about the teaching from the conference and the ways in which she has benefitted from it. With tear-filled eyes in as good of English as she could find, she expressed to me her gratitude that we've ... Keep Reading

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Tags: Middle East, Egypt, Family Conference

Day 2: "Husbands Love Your Wives" in Egypt

Posted January 30, 2014  by: Marc Glass |0 Comments

As I mentioned yesterday: marriage, family, and gender issues are increasingly confused throughout the world; the confusion is not just a western issue. In cultures like Egypt, where the majority religion is Islam, the proper treatment of women is a major issue. Like many places, many women are verbally and physically abused and often sexually exploited. Sadly, such atrocities are hidden behind a veil of secrecy and many women have no viable option for escaping the abuse that plagues them. In s... Keep Reading

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Day 1: Family Conference in Egypt

Posted January 29, 2014  by: Marc Glass |0 Comments

Today we are starting the first family conference that HeartCry has hosted in the Middle East. We have a number of people from various groups throughout Egypt and even a few individuals from other nations within the region. Let me give you a brief summary of who is here with us: First, HeartCry has been working in Egypt for several years now with church planter Samuel D. in the northern part of the country. Samuel now has a church that is doing well, as he continues laboring to teach the Script... Keep Reading

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Tags: Middle East, Egypt, Conference

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