Stories From The Field
In January, we introduced you to Fred Otieno and his important ministry among refugees in Tanzania. Since then, Otieno visited Atlanta, Georgia where he was invited to teach his trauma healing seminar in the UN-resettlement area of Clarkston, Georgia.
We’re working with missionaries and other kingdom workers to share the gospel and discipleship resources around the world.
This former U.S. Marine returned years later to the streets of Iraq. His newfound faith in Jesus gave him the strength to help his former enemies see the love of Christ and learn about the Savior. In Touch Messengers in Arabic helped him spread God’s Word with those who might otherwise never hear it.
Once busy planting churches across Latin America, Russ and his wife, Lynn, are now focused on pastoral training. Local church leaders, who are striving to create strong fellowships and protect their flocks, are using In Touch Messengers to stay close to God’s Word.
Theodore Kalogeropoulos witnessed God's victory in evangelical radio broadcasting in Greece.
In pursuit of glory
Through illness and a shifting ministry landscape, Jonathan Reed continues to move forward.
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.