by a Pioneer in Asia
One of the hardest things for me to get used to here is the open invitation, “Come visit.” In this culture, they really mean it. In any Turkish home, the house will be clean, the tea will be ready ...
One night one of our Bible students recounted the most incredible story to us. “In 1985,” she began, “I was fully awake when I saw a beautiful man lying across this country. "
Woman in market in Nepal; a photo by Pioneers appointee Jason B. LaBombard.
by a Pioneers-USA writer
Until recently, a significant barrier preventing Muslims on the Indian subcontinent from following Jesus was simply that they had never read the New Testament. Over the past few years, however ...
The Quechua, the largest unreached people group in the Western Hemisphere, live in the far reaches of the Bolivian Andes and are unreachable by car, but not by the gospel.
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