Open Doors reports, "There is no freedom of religion in Turkmenistan. The dictatorial government uses a huge network of police, secret services, and local imams to closely monitor all religious activities." How will the gospel commission be completed in such a country? Here is one of God's plans—to use people like you and me.
God is constantly working to get His message out in every language. A few years ago, He sent an energetic man to an ASAP booth in Southern California, where he met me and took some My Language My Life cards.
How did a church with a budget consistently in the red for all but one month of the year suddenly begin meeting their financial goals - and also raise tens of thousands of dollars for missions? Simple answer: God's math.
The Lord amazed us with your tremendous response to the urgent, heartbreaking needs of your brothers and sisters in Christ, following the recent coup and Covid-19 outbreaks in Myanmar. Read to see how musicians, prayer partners, and Karen refugees answered God's call in unique ways.
Recent developments in Afghanistan might not affect you – until you realize your neighbors could be facing one of their lives' biggest crises. Read this story by Pr. Scott Griswold to learn how Reach the World Next Door is helping families of immigrants from Afghanistan.
On the steps of Pioneer Memorial Church, by the statue of John Andrews and his children staring off across the ocean to the mission field, she said, “We need someone in the Thailand refugee camps right now. Will you go?” Her passion, her prayers, and her invitation changed the course of our entire lives.
Early on a Sunday morning, more than 140 people from the Berrien Springs community and surroundings rose to the challenge of helping fifteen schools located in Myanmar. Find out how running helped bring back smiles of hope to needy children in conflict zones.
Millions of children are at risk of being abused, enslaved, or even trafficked into prostitution. Is there something we can do? ASAP Ministries has just finished a new curriculum for protecting children and taught our teachers in Cambodia how to use it. One teacher said, "Sometimes I’m so angry that I just shake as I hear the children share about the things they have experienced." Read More...
Two sisters who are students of Feed and Read teacher Sok Som Arth were forced to move from Cambodia to Thailand with their parents. They girls were forced to become dishwashers at a restaurant to help earn money for their family. Continue reading to find out how God takes care of His children in sickness and in health!