Stories From The Field
The refugee crisis in Greece is compounded by an economic downturn the country has yet to recover from. But local Christians are serving the poor however they can—and the In Touch Messenger is helping them share the gospel in the process.
At a refugee center in Greece, new Christians are stepping forward to bridge the communication gap and ensure that the good news is told in a language that refugees can understand.
Sometimes, God just asks us to trust Him. Because of this man’s obedience, people all over Greece are listening to In Touch With Dr. Charles Stanley and growing in their faith.
Come learn what the church is doing in Greece, and how the In Touch Messenger Lab is helping Christians spread the Word of God and the love of Christ.
The greatest barrier to the gospel isn’t out there in the world, but in our own hearts.
Tucked away in Kathmandu, an oasis of love houses some unexpected inhabitants.
Nepal hosts the fastest growing body of Christ on the planet. And it's just getting started.
To follow in the footsteps of Christ is to pick up a cross daily, surrendering to the process of sanctification even when it hurts.
In Touch hasn't forgotten the people of Puerto Rico.
Like many ministry leaders, Pastor Kiula Pendaeli experienced symptoms of burnout as he pastored his church in Shirati, Tanzania. But a healing seminar that uses the In Touch Messenger helped him recover his strength in the Lord. Now he’s helping others do the same.
For refugees encountering God’s comfort, healing is only the beginning of redemption.
Two decades has turned machete wounds and bullet holes into faded scars, but only Jesus can heal their ragged hearts and weary souls.
A team from In Touch arrived in Puerto Rico, Sunday, January 7, to join the North American Mission Board (NAMB) in distributing In Touch Messengers to those still struggling without power on the island since Hurricane Maria hit over 100 days ago on September 20, 2017.
Get a behind-the-scenes look as we send Messengers to those in Puerto Rico still struggling without reliable electricity since Hurricane Maria.
Istvan Kocsis has made it his mission to serve the Roma people. Though not Roma himself, this husband and father lives in the town of Polgárdi, where he pastors a Roma church and is director of a primary school for Roma children. He’s also a friend of Tibor’s and a partner in ministry.