Algeria: God has raised up His church


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‘God is enlarging our dream.’

Nigeria: more girls released


 

On 8 May, the Nigerian Government said it had secured the release of 82 of the nearly 300 girls kidnapped from their school in Chibok, northern Nigeria.

Iraq: Worship returns to liberated towns


Christians celebrated Palm Sunday in the burned-out church in Qaraqosh

 

Karamles is a Christian village that was home to 800 Christian families before the invasion of IS…

9 Years of explosive growth


Shadrach Lukwago

 

We should be encouraged and challenged by how God chooses to use his people, and make sure we are part of it.

Becoming a secret pastor


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Hameedullah* works as a church leader in a country known for intense persecution of Christians.

Awakening Latin America


The Doulos in port | photo: OM

 

For the first half of the 20th century, Latin America was an almost exclusively Catholic continent. Though the gospel had been preached in Latin countries for decades, the local evangelical church hadn’t grown significantly. In 1970, only 4% of the population identified as evangelical and the continent was still considered a mission field. But this was about to change.

Indonesia & Malaysia: Sharia’s forward march


Jakarta, capital of Indonesia | photo: iStock

Jakarta, capital of Indonesia | photo: iStock

 

The version of Islam found in the Muslim majority countries of Southeast Asia – Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei – has long been regarded as a more moderate face of the religion.