This week on the Gary Wilkerson Podcast we talk about the ways that God is using World Challenge and its partners to make disciples all around the world.
The church in Sub-Saharan Africa is growing, and evangelism is continuing as people find new ways to connect in the ongoing pandemic.
New lockdown restrictions are being enforced in Kenya “after the COVID-19 positivity rate jumps to 22 percent in two months,” Voice of America reported.
World Challenge’s partners in Bangladesh are working with refugees who have been held in limbo for decades and suffering from neglect.
Nearly half a million Pakistanis are stranded in Bangladesh, according to some estimates. Their native country originally told them they would be repatriated within three years.
As the pandemic tightens India’s borders, laws are potentially going to be passed that could make life for believers even harder.
Fardeen* is a retired teacher and widower with a son and a daughter. A model citizen, he holds a respected position in the community and has always been concerned with school legislation and the education system in India.
In parts of Asia where Christians are not typically welcomed, World Challenge partners are building relationships and sharing the good news.
Yasira* is a respected Islamic woman and leader in a closed Southeast Asian country. In 2018, our team met her through a livelihood program for raising goats and developed a strong friendship with her.
World Challenge’s partners in Brazil are working with communities to care for those who are ostracized and unloved.
Macumba is an old, spiritual practice in parts of Brazil, a blend of Portuguese Catholicism, ancient indigenous superstitions and witchcraft practices brought by slaves from West Africa.
Believers in South Asia are working to be a sweet aroma among their neighbors but most of all to their Father in heaven.
Pastor Shalva* in South Asia was recently introduced to Community Health Evangelism through our World Challenge partner. He became very interested in the concepts of reaching the whole person for Christ and started implementing this into his own ministry.
God revealed himself as the divine and loving healer to a woman and her grandson and, as a result, many of her neighbors.
Dina was from a very poor Hindu family in Bangladesh. She knew about Christians because she had met World Challenge’s partners in her city and been introduced to their church. Her family had been Hindus for several generations, though, so why should she change this longstanding tradition?