Expanding from 14 churches in 1993 to 50 today, one native ministry in Uganda reports that the gospel of Jesus Christ is making headway in that central African nation.
ATLANTA, GA (ANS) -- Operation Mobilization has begun the search for a vessel to replace one of the current OM ships. The mission agency's ship ministry currently operates the M. V. DOULOS and M. V. LOGOS II and would like to replace the latter with a larger ship to expand ministry capabilities.
NDIAGANIAO, Senegal (BP)--The 8-year-old boy waits impatiently, peeking around his mother's skirt, as she buys a loaf of French bread. When he sees the merchant wrap it in newsprint with a large picture of bread on it, a huge smile breaks out.
With the Soviet Union's breakup in 1989, Dmytro Voznyuk was one of Ukraine's gospel preachers who burst forth in a flurry of evangelistic activity. As he conducted gospel meetings, souls were converted, new believers were discipled, and churches planted through Bethlehem Mission and Orphanage.
SAN DIEGO, CA (ANS) - Clowns, doctors, dentists and street witnessing teams, are among those needed for Mike MacIntosh's unique "Festival of Life" outreach in the historic city of Queretaro, Mexico, October 3-8, 2001.
WHITTIER, CA (August 8, 2000) -- Lt. Col. George Russell Barber, the last living chaplain who was at the Omaha Beach, Normandy, landing on D-Day, says that "war is hell", but that doesn't stop him from proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ that points people towards heaven.
SANTA ANA, CA (April 28, 2000) -- Since October 1999 some 23 Christians have been killed in public by firing squads on falsified criminal charges in North Korea reports Open Doors, the ministry begun 45 years ago by Brother Andrew, the Dutch-born author of "God's Smuggler."