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Megacities, mountains and remote jungles
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More than 225 million culturally Deaf people in the world
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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
The capital city of Stockholm, Sweden, may be one of the most spiritually dark places on earth today. But church planters/musicians Eric and Anissa Haney are working to change that.
It all started with prayer. Two mothers asked God how He could use their families. He opened their eyes to an unreached people group living next door. The IMB missionaries began this prayer...
Recent college graduate Adam Leach exchanges a comfortable future for a life of obedience, answering God’s call to bring the gospel to the Karamojong of Uganda.
Missionary is unhindered by major challenges of taking the gospel to unreached people groups deep in Amazon rain forest.
Stories of death and violence in the Arab world make headlines daily, but there is another story. God loves Arab peoples and is bringing many to know Him.
While covering a story on the autistic son of missionaries, an IMB writer learns a personal lesson about the power of God.
There are few earthly benefits for being a Christian in Azat and Dursun’s Central Asian country, but Azat remains faithful to Jesus. “Jesus became a man and spared nothing for me,” Azat said. “If He did all of that for me, why would I want to throw it away?”
Ruby Denning is a recent empty nester. It’s a difficult transition for Christian workers who serve overseas to leave their children in universities in the U.S. and then return thousands of miles overseas. Denning’s new church family provides her with an opportunity to invest in younger...
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.
Believers in an impoverished trailer park in Monroe, Georgia, are making a difference in the world. They refuse to give in; they choose to give.
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.
A homeless man hears the Gospel through a marriage proposal.
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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