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Megacities, mountains and remote jungles
Many of the world’s least evangelized with little access to the truth
More than 225 million culturally Deaf people in the world
Diverse cultures, people groups and countries thirsty for truth
Millions blocked from the Gospel by post-modernism and secularism
Arabs and many others trapped behind the barriers of war and persecution
Greatest concentration of lostness where 1.2 billion people do not know Jesus
Buddhism and Islam reign where Christ should be glorified
Christianity grows amid AIDS, poverty and violence
Missionary challenged to share Christ with millions in South Asia
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering: Christian workers Mitch and Nellie Englehart* from South Carolina and Texas have established a church-planting network in South Asia of 10,000 believers, but...
Moving to South Sudan, a hotbed of turmoil and strife in northeast Africa, has been a major risk for Robert and Maridith Lane, even to the point that the IMB missionaries call in daily to...
In a culture that mixes belief in Jesus with false religions, Carlos and Lily Llambes help people embrace the one true God.
Shivering in the cold night air, the crowd shuffles for the best spots. All the children have goosebumps — not from the chill, but from anxious excitement. Saint Nicholas will soon make...
While covering a story on the autistic son of missionaries, an IMB writer learns a personal lesson about the power of God.
Central Asian immigrants leave their families behind to travel alone to the big city with hopes of earning money. For most, however, their venture leads to dashed hopes and mistreatment.
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering: IMB missionary Jon Gerwig* hadn’t expected church planting in East Asia to be easy, but he had been getting discouraged. But then he also hadn’t expected a man would tell him he’d been waiting 20 years for someone to tell him about Christ.
For two years, the Baptist Church in Radosc, a suburb of Warsaw, Poland, has conducted weeklong camps for children and youth as part of our church-planting strategy.
Many people have misconceptions about missionary life. Some think of us as tourists, others as Bible-thumpers, or they think that we're constantly avoiding gunfire. What do we really do?
“We can do so much more together than we can by ourselves and that’s the genius of Lottie Moon,” Englehart says. “When we go home [to America], they call us heroes. But all of us are heroes because we couldn’t do it without those folks who are praying and giving. They’re our heroes.”
Old Town Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, wanted to embrace an unreached, unengaged people group with the Gospel but did not know where to start. The church began with prayer and then followed God’s leading to a people group in Southeast Asia.
Previously deeply entrenched in witchcraft, a 7-year-old girl in Zambia finds healing.
Taiwanese people believe that every August, the gates of hell are opened and 'Hungry Ghosts' roam freely. Taiwanese put on hand puppet shows to entertain the ghosts and keep them happy.
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