Monthly Archives: March 2013


“One Sunday morning in 2012 a car driven by two men drew up at a church compound in the Nigerian city of Jos just as the second service of the morning was beginning. Prevented from driving onto the premises, they … Continue reading

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Sharing new life in Christ

n just a few days, Christians around the world will remember our Lord’s suffering on the cross and celebrate His triumphant resurrection.   Read More

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Let me introduce you: Rev. Solomon Ndlovu

“…Ndlovu felt the call to preach while he was a young man, but his father discouraged him. He told Ndlovu that he would always be poor and not able to support his family. His mother, on the other hand, was … Continue reading

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Jesus Film Update – March 27, 2013

“I was given a short time to live,” said Donald in Peru. “I thank God for helping me and my daughter to know God through the JESUS Film work. The doctors detected cancer and gave me a short time to … Continue reading

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“Cowboy churches” attract members of unreached culture in the U.S.

He’d attended church occasionally in California with his wife, but when she died, he wanted nothing more to do with God or church. He couldn’t understand why God had taken his wife.   Read More

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Jesus Film Update – March 29, 2013

“We went to a small village that had idol worshippers,” said the team member in Ghana. “After the showing, Namgben, a drunken worshipper of false idols, came forward to confess Jesus is the true God.” He said, ‘God has the … Continue reading

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Today is World Water Day!

Under a warm Zimbabwe sun, leafy green shoots push toward the sky in neat rows, ringed by members of Harare’s Kambuzuma neighborhood. The community is celebrating a fresh crop—one that means food security is within reach. It’s only possible because, … Continue reading

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Human trafficking in the Sinai

Many tourists visit the South Sinai for holidays and marvel at the beauty. But little do they know that only a few hundred kilometres further north human tragedies of an unbelievable volume are happening daily – which can cost an … Continue reading

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A court in Kazakhstan has ordered the destruction of 121 pieces of Christian literature, including Bibles, seized from a street evangelist, in what is thought to be an unprecedented move.   Read More

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Inland trek leads to open door in remote village

At precisely 7:30 a.m. on Monday, February 11, Asia-Pacific Regional JESUS Film Coordinator Dave Hane and his son, Jonathan, left Kudjip Mission Station in the Western Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea in a 4×4 Land Cruiser to begin the trip … Continue reading

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