That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11


Posted December 9, 2016  by: S. R. |0 Comments

After December 2016, HeartCry will end support for missionary pastor Andrew Zekveld. If this statement stood alone, thoughts might tend toward the negative: “Why is HeartCry ending his support? What has he done?” Actually, in this case, ending support for Andrew is one of the most positive and encouraging steps we can take––it is cause for great rejoicing in our faithful God! You see, HeartCry’s intention never is to support a missionary indefinitely. In order for ... Keep Reading

Bicycles Provided for Pastors in Myanmar

Posted December 9, 2016  by: J. T. |0 Comments

HeartCry Missionary Society was privileged to provide bicycles for missionaries in several remote towns and villages of Myanmar. The missionaries were traveling on foot to evangelize and minister to the churches they serve. Heartcry is deeply appreciative for your prayers and support so that we can provide tools to help the indigenous men serving Christ throughout the world. The following are the missionaries’ testimonies expressing their love to you for your generosity. Zaw Kyaw: “... Keep Reading

War Zone D

Posted December 9, 2016  by: J. T. |0 Comments

War Zone D was the location of fierce battles in the Vietnam War and an area where Christians, along with anti-communist forces, were exiled by the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) following the Paris Peace Accords in 1973. War Zone D was also targeted by the herbicidal war program (Agent Orange) that defoliated leaves, killed the root systems of most plants, and destroyed the agricultural productivity of the lush region. Following the war, all that remained of War Zone D was barren land, exiles of t... Keep Reading


Posted December 9, 2016  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

It is an assault on the senses. As we walk down the narrow streets littered with trash and discarded food, the air is filled with the aroma of burnt corn, mixed with the waste of free-roaming cows. Every turn provides both a familiar smell and an unrecognized odor. Temples, idols, and creatures that appear to belong in a Hollywood horror film stand guard at the head of every street, their shadows growing longer with the setting of the sun. Each of these weather-beaten idols is decorated with fre... Keep Reading

hc87-150x263Welcome to the Summer Edition of the HeartCry Magazine. As always, it seems like time is flying by us at an ever-increasing pace, and each period between editions seems to grow more and more brief. Our days are truly like a vapor, and as the flower of the field so we flourish, but then the wind passes over us, and we are no more (Psalms 103:15-16... Keep Reading


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Lisa is the wife of Eddy Solano Koplin, an administrator in Lima, Peru. “He that glorieth, let him glory in the Lord!” (I Corinthians 1:31)As I sit down to put into words what I had initially purposed in my heart to share, I have sensed that the Lord would have me to add something more. It is my desire to encourage you in the midst of your trials to seek to glorify God in all of your circumstances. You may have heard the question before, “What is the chief end of man?” ... Keep Reading

Emmy is the wife of Domingos*, a church planter in France. We are Brazilian missionaries in Paris. In this “first world” missionary field, we had grown accustomed to the subtle and wily attacks from the unrighteous. But on a Friday, in November of 2015, terror exposed to the world how truly dark the ‘city of lights’ actually is. During the pregnancy of my second child, I suffered some quite serious ventricular tachycardia (rapid resting heart rate), to the point where t... Keep Reading

Gabriela is the wife of Walter Isse, a teacher in Lima, Peru. They have two sons: Walter Hernan (5) and Franco Alejandro (3). I am thankful for the opportunity to be able to share what the Lord is doing among us in Peru. It has been three years since we started with HeartCry, which has been a great blessing for my home, the brethren, and the community. We serve in La Iglesia Bíblica Gracia Eterna in Lima. June marked our six-year wedding anniversary; it has been a time of adaptation... Keep Reading


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Hannah is the wife of Daniel Norén, a church planter in Gothenburg, Sweden. My husband and I work in an immigrant neighborhood in Sweden, and I often meet Syrian refugees together with my children as I take them out to play. (We speak Arabic, which has made a lot of these conversations possible on a deeper level). Here are a few encounters for which I deeply thank the Lord. A lady was playing nearby with her twins, a boy and a girl. I noticed that the children were quite shy and somber,... Keep Reading

Charlene is the wife of Mario Maneville, pastor of Reformed Faith Mission Community Church in Bellville, Cape Town, South Africa. I am excited to see how God is using our small congregation to His glory. I have learned through my journey in these past few years that God is sovereignly in control even when I do not trust or cannot see His plans. I have been going through a difficult time since we moved from Kimberely, in the Northern Cape region, to Cape Town to heed the call of the Lord three ... Keep Reading

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