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Somehow They Knew It Was Jesus

Somehow They Knew It Was Jesus

Somehow They Knew It Was Jesus One Cru ministry leader (who came to faith in Jesus and left Al-Qaeda 5 years ago) reaches out to Muslims in a European country.  He has been discipling a group of new Christians, refugees from a Muslim background who came to faith after their experience trying to get[...]
MOBILIZED PRAYER FOR PASHTUN YIELDS EXPLOSIVE GROWTH

MOBILIZED PRAYER FOR PASHTUN YIELDS EXPLOSIVE GROWTH

In 2013 the U.S. Center for World Mission (USCWM) began equipping thousands of churches in Latin America to pray for the Pashtun, one of the biggest, least-reached people groups in the world. The Pashtun number more than 30 million—and the Taliban are included within this Afghanistan ethnic group.[...]
Christ’s Voice on a Bus

Christ’s Voice on a Bus

“Why are there so many religions if there is only one God?” asked Yusuf* in a phone conversation with Cru staff member, Azim. Yusuf and Azim had met a few weeks before, working together to deliver humanitarian aid to people in a poor, remote area of their country. They had talked together while driv[...]
Uplifting Highlights of Our Visit to The Mayans

Uplifting Highlights of Our Visit to The Mayans

Elizabeth and I just returned from the Yucatán Peninsula, where we helped show “The Story of Jesus for Children” and “Magdalena” in three villages on three consecutive nights and saw over 400 precious people make decisions to follow Jesus! We were there working with a partner organization, The Messa[...]
Because of Jesus

Because of Jesus

Last year a team of Korean students traveled to a small island in the Philippines called Bukola, trusting the Lord to open new campuses through SLM’s Catalytic Strategy. The Korean team met a student who had become a believer only a year earlier. They challenged her to start a ministry on her campus[...]
Hopeful Signs in Spain

Hopeful Signs in Spain

  Over the years, the campus ministry in Spain has progressed relatively slowly. Spanish students overwhelmingly rejected organized religion. Many associated it with a past political regime and repression. But recently Agape Spain (Campus Crusade for Christ) has seen good response in Valenci[...]