A Glimmer of Hope

On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine, and there has been incredible suffering and despair for many. However, there is a glimmer of hope amidst the darkness.

From Madman to Man of God

Fred ended up joining street gangs, using drugs, and eventually becoming mentally ill. He walked around like a mad man on the streets of Gulu for three years.

Bringing Hope to the Hurting

God is at work at Kibuye Hope Hospital. Furaha was one of the 1,523 individuals who accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior in 2022 at this hospital. Kibuye is located in Burundi, Africa, and is typical of many mission hospitals.

A Heart for the Nation!

The president asked for a radio station that would play modern music, bring the gospel to his people, and help heal divisions created by their recent civil war.

Rise Up!

“Imela! Obrigado! Merci! Gracias! Thank you!” A chorus of 6,000 voices rang out in worship, thanking God joyfully in each language.

Off the Grid – But Not Forgotten

Navigating the terrain to the health clinic in Wafa Village was arduous. Jordan and his three national employees drove through rivers and hiked several miles before reaching the Wafa River.

Connecting the Dots

It began with excited children at a church in the United States and ended with curious children crowded around the installation of solar-powered technology in a church in Tanzania.

A Real Game Changer

This technology is changing the way we think about water and changing the communities where it is deployed.

A Voice in the Desert

In June of 2022, Radio Ashe Illeret went on the air. Government officials, Bible translators, NGOs, pastors and the community from as far away as the Ethiopian border gathered for the dedication.

Helpers in the Gospel

“The greatest need [challenge] at most churches we’ve planted is lack of power,” said Bishop Williams Yindi, founder of Unreached Peoples Mission (UPM) in Tanzania.

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