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Malachi 1:11

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Uganda: What Type of Christians Are You?

Posted July 3, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

students1In his latest update, Pastor Bill Issa of Kampala, Uganda rejoices over finally establishing a Bible study with university students, and over their 6th Pastors’ Seminar with attendance expanding far beyond Uganda’s borders: Breakthrough into Makerere University with the Gospel of Jesus “Makerere Unive... Keep Reading

South Africa: Karabo Msiza in Rustenburg

Posted June 19, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Rea baptism (small)For quite some time, our posts from South Africa have focused either on the pioneering church-planters in the townships, or the two Maneville brothers working among the gangs of Belleville South. But these are not the only types of work that HeartCry partners with in South Africa. Karabo Msiza is pa... Keep Reading

A Vital Public Meeting Place for Nakuru

Posted June 12, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Joseph evangelismThe Need for a Public Meeting PlaceNakuru is a church-plant of Grace Baptist Church Eldoret. HeartCry missionary Joseph Okech is one of the elders in the new church. (photo left – evangelizing near their new meeting place) Last year they faced several difficulties with hosting church meeting... Keep Reading

Another Plea for Help from East Africa

Posted June 5, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Naph & HelidaIn a recent article, we shared about a plea for church-planting help from Rwanda - a plea that reached our brother, Bill Issa, in Uganda. Our leaders in neighboring Kenya received a similar plea for help from another needy East African country - Burundi. Naphtally Ogallo (left with Helida) is pastor of Gr... Keep Reading

Sam Oluoch: Update on New Nairobi Church

Posted May 29, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Sam & MellyLast year Sam and Melly Oluoch launched a new church plant in Nairobi, and it has been a while since we updated you on their progress.  They quickly accumulated a list of at least 20 prospects for the new church. The problem was that their home could barely hold more than 15, limiting the size of the meetings... Keep Reading

Uganda: From Pastor Hater to Pastoral Intern

Posted May 22, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Bill leader trainingOne of the most challenging parts of planting a church is developing leaders. Evangelism, preaching, organizing meetings – these are relatively easy compared to teaching, training, and discipling men, and then discerning and nurturing their gifting and calling. Bill Issa in Kampala, Uganda... Keep Reading

Meet Our Newest South African Missionaries

Posted May 15, 2019  by: S. R. |0 Comments

Sammy & Itu (small)Sammy Leballo – Pastor, Soweto Like many of the South African township pastors supported by HeartCry, Sammy Leballo is a graduate of Christ Seminary in Polokwane, a school affiliated with Master’s Seminary. Sammy was taken on as a pastoral intern at Midrand Chapel, learning from well-r... Keep Reading

Poniso preachingPoniso Kuyumbana (preaching left) is missionary pastor of Senanga Baptist Church.  He is very zealous to take the Gospel and plant churches among the unreached Lozi people of Western Zambia.  In his recent report, he shared the testimony of a man who proves the Gospel's power to save where the... Keep Reading

Sam & SamThe long-term impact of one pastor’s hunger for biblical truth is truly profound. Only eternity will reveal the full fruit resulting from one man falling in love with sound doctrine and resolving to expose others to the truths he cherishes. That man is Pastor Andrew of Christian Fellowship Baptist Church in Ny... Keep Reading

Hell's Kitchen evangelismChurch-planting in Bellville South, Cape Town, South Africa is messy, hard, and sometimes downright ugly. The day-to-day situations faced by Mario and Quinton Maneville are difficult for many of us to even comprehend. You will not find glamor or sensationalism in Mario and Quinton’... Keep Reading

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