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Malachi 1:11

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Lucas A. (M. East): Urgent Prayer Request

Posted October 5, 2016  by: Josh C. |13 Comments

Dear Saints, A brother is under threat from the authorities in my home land. We have found a safe house for him tonight but need wisdom on how to relocate him. Please keep him and all those involved in your prayers. Lucas A. 1 Peter 3:14-16... Keep Reading

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Tags: Lucas A., Greater Middle East

Shalom, dear friends and coworkers in the Lord! We would like to thank you for your interest in our ministry, for prayer support and participation in solving our problems. In turn, we continue praying for you, your ministries and God’s answers to all your needs, we also continue praising the name of the Lord for making us one Body, of which Christ is the Head. To the only wise God be glory forever through Jesus Christ! Amen. (Romans 16:27) During the hot Israeli summer, the Lord has bles... Keep Reading

Posted in: Missionary Report

New Ministry Supported: Middle East Student Fellowship

Posted September 26, 2016  by: Josh C. |0 Comments

This year HeartCry began supporting five new missionaries who are working with Middle East Student Fellowship† (MESF), a university student ministry in an undisclosed country in the Middle East. MESF was launched shortly after September 11, 2001. They are active on about 20 campuses across the country, sharing the gospel with students from diverse faith and cultural backgrounds. Their aim is to establish indigenous fellowships of students on the campuses, supported and led by i... Keep Reading


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Dear brothers and sisters! Greetings from Jerusalem! Recently during Tisha B'Av we discussed the reason why the First Temple and the Second Temple were destroyed. The Lord gives the reason in the Bible:“Because they have done that which was evil in my sight, and have provoked me to anger, since the day their fathers came forth out of Egypt, even unto this day” (2 Kings 21:15). Since the time of Israel’s exodus from Egypt, there have passed hundreds of years, during which most... Keep Reading

Posted in: Missionary Report

Newest Middle East Missionary

Posted July 27, 2016  by: Josh C. |3 Comments

protected-profile-mEarlier this year Lucas A. became the first HeartCry supported missionary in the Greater Middle East region after he was forced to leave his home country and ministry behind in 2015. He currently trains pastors and church leaders who still live there. His ministry consists of translating biblical resources into his mother tongue, co... Keep Reading

Salam Church (M. East): Pastors Conference

Posted January 4, 2016  by: Josh C. |1 Comments

Jordan conference Dec 2015Last month HeartCry hosted a pastors conference at Salam Church in the Middle East. In attendance were all of the HeartCry-supported missionaries in that country, as well as some members from Salam church and a few other local churches. The speaker for the confer... Keep Reading

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Arabic Bibles Purchased for Distribution

Posted December 15, 2015  by: Josh C. |0 Comments

Walid Bibles Dec 2015.JPGThis month, 500 Arabic New Testaments were purchased for evangelistic distribution in Lebanon and among refugees. Pray that these Bibles would make it into hands that are eager to receive them and that their message would fall upon open ears and prepared hearts.... Keep Reading

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Leonid B. (Israel): Spiritual Sluggishness and Haste

Posted September 18, 2015  by: Josh C. |0 Comments

Dear brothers and sisters! profile_leonid_bI devoted the sermon before the Lord's Supper in August to the subject of sluggishness and haste. Both of these shortcomings disturb us in service to the Lord. A good example of the spiritually unconcerned person is Abraham’s relative Lot: “And when the morning arose, then the angels hastene... Keep Reading

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Tags: Israel, Leonid B., Leon

Amal's Story (M. East): Into God's Family

Posted August 21, 2015  by: Josh C. |8 Comments

Amal is a woman living in the Middle East. This is her story as recorded by Dr. Andrew. My story started 38 years ago. My mother died six months after I was born and from then on I was raised by my father. When I turned 5 years old, my father started working long days without any time off, and so I spent my days with the neighbors until my father came home. My neighbors happened to be Christians, and so at their house I would often hear verses and stories from the Bible, or Christian music play... Keep Reading

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Tags: Salam Church, Testimony

On July 7th, we requested prayer on behalf of Salam Church in the Middle East (read post here). They were experiencing some difficulties with the bank and also with the secret police. Praise the Lord, He has dealt with both of those difficulties! First, the bank has withdrawn its previous questions and restrictions on the church. And second, when Brother Y___ went to report to the police, they couldn't find any record of an appointment and told him he could go home. Please keep praying - there... Keep Reading

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