Evangelism & Discipleship
An Afghan Christian family flees from the Taliban and finds hope in a new place, thanks to World Challenge’s partners in the Middle East.
When Nelum* discovered that her husband, Amjad*, an Afghan worker and father of three, secretly was reading the Bible every day after work, she was shocked and frightened. How could he risk their future and their very lives studying the book of a banned, foreign religion?
God is blessing our partner in India despite hardships, and they are raising their hands in praise for the lives that he is mending and stitching together.
We celebrated with one of our partners in India when he got married at the very beginning of last year. His wife is lovely and a little shy, and they are very happy together.
God is consoling the broken hearts of those who have lost loved ones and giving them hope for the future.
Rana* arrived at a conference held by World Challenge’s partners, and she sat and wept the entire time. Concerned, members of the team approached her and asked her what had happened. Tearfully, Rana explained that her husband had died only eight months earlier.
No matter how great the obstacles, God continues to call his own out of the darkness into the light of new life.
A few nations in Southeast Asia have had some of the world’s strictest Coronavirus lockdowns, which has made ministry very difficult for the past two years; but as we’ve seen worldwide, God has in no way been limited by the lockdowns or other restrictions.