Adi and Ema Ban share about Adi's recent visit to the war zone in Ukraine. Adi brings us news of our brothers and sisters that are under fire and stories of their faith, love and dedication.
In this 30 minute interview, Adi shares:
A sometimes overlooked intangible that means a whole lot to the believers in Ukraine.
The beginnings, goals and driving forces of their ministry in Ukraine.
Something beautiful Adi and his team felt as they worked to bless their brothers in Christ in Ukraine.
Learn more about the Ban's ministry here.
In this episode, Steve and Kent are revealing what they witnessed and found while visiting our partners in South Sudan, including:
How they managed to get in and stay out of trouble
A story that reveal our partners’ “secret” of maintaining soft hearts in the midst of constant trauma
How Steve met Vicky after being stranded in South Sudan years ago
A jaw-dropping, formative story from Lazarus about his village being attacked when he was a young boy.
Three ways anyone can partner with Vicky and Lazarus in some brilliantly simple and effective outreaches to make a big difference for suffering victims of tribal violence.
ITMI's Steve Evers and Kent Reisenauer tell us all about their time in Uganda!
In this episode, you'll discover:
An unexpected way the Lord provided while they were purchasing printed Bibles for prisoners.
A funny side story involving the purchased Bibles, how they came to have leather covers and what happened when the guys opened the boxes of Bibles.
About Steve's first time preaching in a prison.
How Steve and Kawede's supporters' investments have made a huge difference in many, many lives.
Several new developments in Kawede's ministry.
ITMI's Andrew Gorski of Poland shares about the new opportunity your support of his family and Gospel Joy Workshops and Evangelism has created!
In this episode, you'll also discover which celebrity Andrew credits with teaching him English, how the unexpected beginning of the unique outreach that has touched thousands of lives started from a bargain bin gift and some challenges his family is facing that we can lift up together.
One South African couple shares their strategy for saturating a remote flood plain with the Gospel and what life is like for them in this unique location.
In this episode, you'll hear:
Johan's testimony of how ITMI supporters have played a major role in spreading the Gospel among a least-reached people group.
Lesley share what it's like for a city girl with a career in fashion to leave everything and live in a remote African village for the sake of the Gospel.
Johan share how taking a risk led to meeting the first local pastor he now works with regularly.
The lessons living in among remote villagers have taught Lesley about true gratitude.
Lesley's role in reaching and saturating the area with the Gospel.
Enjoy the enthusiasm of Richard and Brooke Nungesser as they share an endless stream of stories of the amazing things God is doing through Bread of Life. Richard and Brooke are sharing about:
The growth of their food distribution outreaches
What's new in Ivory Coast and Moldova
Exciting events happening this summer
What it's like to watch the impact your support is making in front of their eyes.
The new country on Bread of Life's expansion horizon.
Ashley and her husband Timothy Keller minister in Zambia, discipling leaders in remote villages and equipping local police precincts to understand the Bible and make daily decisions from a Biblical perspective. After living and raising kids in Zambia, Ashley brings a unique perspective to the table.
ASHLEY OPENS UP ABOUT:
Behind the scenes of Tim’s teaching: how his lessons often get derailed and why that’s a good thing.
How to follow the Great Commission when you don’t have the personality you think you need.
What she discovered in the States that confirmed God has already been going ahead of them, putting his chess pieces in place to open up a new ministry direction.
One surprising and humbling result of their effective discipleship ministry.
Tim’s secret to staying on the field in Africa for 20+ years.