Evangelism

Faithful Pastors are Reaching Indigenous People in the Amazon

2021-03-15T20:32:24+02:00February 25th, 2021|Categories: Amazon, Bible Distribution, Church Planting, Discipleship, Evangelism|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

  The work of Harvesters Ministries in Brazil includes a network of churches that have been planted in and around Tefé. This town, situated in Northwest Brazil, lies in the middle of the Tefé River, in the heart of the Amazon. There are no roads leading in. From the capital city of Amazonas state, Manaus,

War-torn Ethiopia Region Needs Your Gifts

2021-03-15T20:15:51+02:00January 12th, 2021|Categories: Discipleship, Ethiopia, Evangelism|

The situation in northern Ethiopia is becoming extremely dire. People are fleeing for their lives. The unrest and violence in the Tigray region are escalating daily. Believers are fleeing into Sudan – one of the most dangerous countries for a Christian to live in. The desperation of people to save themselves and their children are

Training in Kenya is Moving Forward

2021-03-15T20:19:40+02:00December 22nd, 2020|Categories: Evangelism, Kenya, Pastoral Training|

Homa Bay has the most magnificent views of Lake Victoria. On a beautiful morning you can see the fishermen going out before sunrise – casting their nets and bringing the catch of the day back to shore. People flock to the fish markets to purchase the freshest and biggest fish. Harvesters Ministries was fortunate to

Breath-taking India Needs Jesus

2021-03-15T20:12:58+02:00November 30th, 2020|Categories: Church Planting, Discipleship, Evangelism, India, Pastoral Training|

Getting off the plane in Delhi – nothing can prepare you for what you will experience in India. Exhausting humidity, extreme heat, curry with every single meal, bright colours everywhere, people struggling and suffering, entire families living on the street, children running and playing, cars moving at high speed and bumper to bumper traffic. India

Discipleship is the Way Forward in Egypt

2021-03-15T20:04:51+02:00November 25th, 2020|Categories: Church Planting, Discipleship, Egypt, Evangelism|

Egypt is a traditional Muslim country where Christians face persecution on a daily basis. The government openly discriminates against believers – even school children are being victimised by this oppressive regime. The persecution of Egyptian believers is an example of the poor status of Christians in the Middle East, despite the religion being native to

2020: Global Pandemic or Revival?

2021-03-15T19:59:05+02:00November 3rd, 2020|Categories: Covid-19, Discipleship, Evangelism, Southeast Asia|

This has been both a strange and interesting year. No one could have predicted that a global pandemic would hit and affect us all in such a severe way. The majority of the world’s countries experienced national lockdowns and are now facing economic crises. Third World countries are suffering the most. Despite all of this,

Your Gifts are Opening the way in the Amazon

2021-03-15T19:52:20+02:00October 26th, 2020|Categories: Amazon, Church Planting, Discipleship, Evangelism, Pastoral Training|

The wild and untamed Amazon jungle is home to pink dolphins, green anacondas and black caiman alligators. The tribes are as unruly and untamed as their vast, luscious and overgrown environment. The Amazon river is 6,575 km (4,086 mi) long and runs through numerous countries and communities in South America. The Amazon Tribes need Jesus

Your Gifts are Helping to Fund the Travelling Church of Mongolia

2021-03-15T19:41:36+02:00October 5th, 2020|Categories: Church Planting, Discipleship, Evangelism, Mongolia, Pastoral Training|

Mongolia – a country with a strong nomadic culture. This nation with a population of a mere 3 million people has a dire need for the Gospel. Most of the time one has to travel more than 50 kilometres before reaching the next believer. More often than not one will only find one Christian family

Angola: Vibrant, Diverse and Hungry for Jesus

2021-03-15T19:36:38+02:00September 28th, 2020|Categories: Angola, Church Planting, Discipleship, Evangelism, Pastoral Training|

As one travels through Luanda it can feel like you are in a metropolitan, developed city at one moment and the next it feels like you are stuck in a massive, underdeveloped township (slum). People in Angola live in diverse circumstances. In one part of the city you see people dropping their children off at

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