Evangelism Stories

More than 97,000 men, women, and children live in No Man’s Land, a place no one would ever choose to inhabit! Learn about the floods of water and evil that threaten to wipe them out.
William and Rachel made a decision that took them to places they never imagined as mission fields! Why not join them on their journey?
Out of a whole village, only a man named No accepted the message of truth brought by one of our workers. Discover how his "yes" turned a pagan village into a place of witness.
Visible buildings and fences are foundational for getting the Gospel into invisible places like the heart. Find out how that works.
Read how a big flood opened the way for refugees and immigrants to meet the biggest God.
Yes, angels do love to crowd into some smoke-filled rooms full of disfigured people. Now, why could that be?
Paralysis in her legs and a dried-up milk supply led this new mother and her family to the Sabbath truth. Read how God makes such connections.
Discover the key to church growth. It might surprise you!
Meet a little “bomb” that’s exploding in the stronghold of the enemy.
Send the money or spend the money? Find out what difference this trip made in one family's life.
Years in prison didn't dampen this man's enthusiasm for Christ. Pastor Victory of the Gospel lives his belief!
An uninterested unbeliever and a broken-down truck turn an unwelcome trial into a divine opportunity.
Just how many ways are there to do something good for someone else? Mark and Lydie Regazzi, faithful ASAP contributors, thought of another one.
Whether in India or Indianapolis, this Mizo missionary has seen the power of prayer, repentance, and the Holy Spirit transform congregations and lead new people to Christ. Catch the fire. Read more…
Pastor Chanla Dok and his friends are reaching some of the 70,000 Khmers in the concrete jungles of Long Beach, California with their new Sua Sdei (Welcome) Center. Read more…
With more and more refugees coming to America a huge mission field is being placed in our arms. We are excited to report that the Mizo company has become an organized church, the Zomi group has become a company, and refugee ministries are on the rise. Read more...
Vietnam continues to be an exciting and challenging place to share the gospel. Dinh was nervous about the growing unrest against Christians in his village. His group quietly worshipped in his home, trying not to disturb anyone, but now they had been discovered. In a short time the crowd was back. One man hit the jaw of a member who was praying. Dinh also felt the sting as he was slapped. Read more…
Three billion people in 4,051 unique people groups are waiting for the Gospel. What are we going to do about it? Sadly, the majority of missionaries and offerings do not go to the most vulnerable and least-reached peoples of the world. Yet we wait for Jesus’ return precisely because they are unreached. ASAP Ministries works among these people groups, pushing into new areas. Read more...
God is eager to use plumbers, computer technician...and mushroom farmers to share the Gospel. He wants to use you too. Be inspired to serve as you enjoy Dr. Tom Evan’s report of his recent visit to the Mushroom Pastor’s church plant in Thailand. "Rarely have I encountered someone so deeply in touch with the heart of God for lost people." Read More...
“Where’s my Bible?” the elderly lady asked. “I think your husband burned it up when he was drunk the other night.” Grandma Somkeet cried. She loved her precious gift. God reached into Somkeet’s life in the midst of her suffering. Read and share her story to help others know they can change lives by spreading God’s word.
Out of nowhere came the request for an English speaker for public evangelism in Myanmar and a dental and medical team. God moved quickly to gather a group for an exceptional mission trip.
Many people wonder how the Great Commission will ever be finished. Veteran church planter Tom Evans shares his perspective in this insightful look at the effectiveness of national missionaries and ASAP’s ministry.
Chomnath tells her life story, beginning as a wealthy child, and growing into a young Khmer Rouge victim, and eventually a refugee and immigrant to the United States, all within the guiding presence of the Holy Spirit.
Church planter Chin Saroun tells the story of an encounter with a poor lady and her family. After she could see the changes prayer made in her life, her and her husband asked to be baptized.
Nong Sokkorn’s story is one of steady growth as she learns to trust God in prayer. She is moving from discouragement to hope, from stress to peace, and from disease to life.
Tempted to work on the Sabbath, Sok Chea Soun learns the importance of putting Jesus first and depending on him for everything.
Gospel truth moves forward rapidly in Vietnam. The house church members believe they must fulfill God’s command to teach and preach the truth in the Bible. They go out boldly to distribute DVDs to anyone who will accept them.
Twenty years ago it was too dangerous for Cambodia Adventist Mission officers to visit the remote Cambodian province called Preah Vihear. Read here to learn how your gifts boosted the ministry in this area.
“Where there is no money, there is no ministry.” Though this is often the case, this report gives an alternative, showing what happens when people prioritize prayer over finances.
In Cambodia, a country with spirit houses in every Buddhist home, demon possession is a very real threat to many. This is Thy Thouen’s story of prayer, possession, and the power of God.