That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

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Engaging Unchristian College Culture

Posted February 23, 2019  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

IMG_0529.JPGAlex Palade is a gifted evangelist who maintains a burden to confront the secular college culture that is no friend of Christ.  This month he reports of the resistence that he had with various students who view Christianity as foolish:  "I went to the Brasov student campus with a group of Christian young pe... Keep Reading

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Mentoring Men in Moldova

Posted February 16, 2019  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

HeartCry ROMANIA 2008 030Anatol Dunas pastors Emmanuel Baptist Church in Cahul, Moldova.  He carries an evident burden to disciple men.  In a recent report, Anatol shares of his multiple ministries to the men in and outside his congregation:  "We keep having the men’s meeting every Tuesday n... Keep Reading

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The Kingdom Advancing in Marín, Spain

Posted February 15, 2019  by: Paul Washer |0 Comments

Bautismo.JPGDear Brethren in Christ, We thank the Lord for all the opportunities He has put before us to proclaim Christ and spread His Word here in Spain. Ministry at the local church in Marin After serving the Lord for almost three years in the church in Marín, we are only two weeks away from finishing the b... Keep Reading

Kyle McCartan (Finland): The Cold Dark North

Posted February 14, 2019  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Kyle FamilyBeloved Brothers and Sisters in Christ, It gives me great joy to be able to share the ongoing work of God's Spirit in and through His people in this little corner of Finland. Thank you so much for all your prayers, support, and continued concern. “Come and see the works of God; He is awesome in His doing tow... Keep Reading

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The Local Church in Bucharest

Posted February 10, 2019  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Costel G.Costel Ghioanca is founder and pastor of Adonai Church in Bucharest.  He has written several books, has a radio ministry in Bucharest and is an excellent translator.  He and his wife, Christina, have three children.  He conveys this moth through his report his busy month in the capital city:  "On Dec... Keep Reading

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Witnessing to the Imam in Kosovo

Posted February 8, 2019  by: Paul Washer |0 Comments

On kStreetsThis has been a very good month in many aspects. Of course, it wasn’t an easy month and it did have its challenges, but thanks be to God, He is with me through it all. Spiritually, I am doing well. I am trying to discipline myself more and more every day in practical things like Bible reading, studying, pr... Keep Reading

Scotland Update

Posted February 7, 2019  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Andy Prime:  Screen Shot 2019-02-04 at 4.27.23 PMThank you for your continued prayers for us at Gracemount Community Church. We’re so grateful to God for them, and continue to have the privilege of observing the Lord answer those prayers. It’s been a tough couple of months, and so... Keep Reading

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Ministries of Mercy

Posted February 2, 2019  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Romania 042 Sandu Deau and his family live just outside of Chernovtsy, Ukraine. where he works very closely with Jon Gireada.  He has started two churches in his ministry.  In his recent report he shares: December is always a good time for ministry as things seem to be favorable for the proclaiming of Christ&rs... Keep Reading

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IMG-20181216-WA0010We could not imagine a better way to complete a wonderful year. During our special Christmas service, our church was full of members and many visitors. We performed our Advent worship, and after preaching, we received six new members—three of them through baptism. By the grace of God, we have h... Keep Reading

Jacques Brunt (Netherlands): Hand To The Plow

Posted January 31, 2019  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Dear brothers and sisters, Last year has flown by and this newsletter was written at the very end of it. I’ve regularly kept you ‘in the loop’ regarding happenings within our family and of course regarding the ministry work that we’ve been involved with over the last year. It’s unknown how many speaking engagements I had. Plus there were numerous pastoral counseling sessions. Countless emails with questions were answered. Time and time again the Lord gave health, s... Keep Reading

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