The boy who could not read, hear or talk

In Nepal the church grows strongly, often with miracles. Take the story of 18 year old Tilak, a deaf-mute teenager.

A real sharing community

The first church was marked by the fact that the Christians had everything in common. There was no need among them. This is also demonstrated today in Taiwan.

97,344 people accepted Christ in Rwanda

A record-breaking 97,344 people accepted Christ in baptism during a two-week evangelistic outreach by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Rwanda. The baptisms took place at 2,227 sites across the African country.

Global Representative for Germany –

Global representative consultant to develop working relationships with leaders and ministries and to help process the Bible Plans for launch in the Bible App. This position is for 3 days a week.

How Muslims meet Jesus in dreams and visions

Almost 25% of Muslims that come to Jesus encounter Him through dreams and visions. Check out these encouraging testimonies!

When the Holy Spirit fell on a group of students

When the Holy Spirit fell on a group of university students, this kickstarted a renewal movement.

The power of fervent, united prayer

Almost every significant move of God in history was preceded by fervent, united prayer. Read the amazing story of what happened in Whatcom county when pastors united in prayer.

A scene from the book of Acts

In the book of Acts we see Christians living a lifestyle of discipleship. This also happens today. People get baptised in the city park!

Cambodia: from ‘killing fields’ to ‘living fields’

The Church in Cambodia is growing steadily with 8% each year, in particular in the animist countryside. The key element? Christians really care about others. Click to read this encouraging story!

Would you vow to serve the sick, even at the cost of your life?

Did you know that so far 1,500 nurses across 44 countries lost their lives while on duty in the Covid-19 pandemic? That is the same number of nurses who died in the First World War! This story is dedicated to our healthcare heroes! Click to read.