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News of our ministry and other items of interest…

Do not be afraid 2018

Do not be afraid. It is a bold statement. It has no room for misinterpretation. You can’t argue with it, especially when it comes from the most high authority.

When God speaks these words, they hold weight – much more than they would if you or I were to speak them. They are a promise that will never be broken. Not a promise of an easy life, free from sadness and pain, but a promise of faithfulness in adversity, hope in despair and freedom in oppression.

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Third quarter insights

This quarter our focus was to see the lives of new believers transformed and growing as disciples. Being Jesus’ follower does not stop at praying the sinner’s prayer. It requires a daily commitment to live a life that emulates Christ. Through the Word and by meeting up face to face, we walk together with new believers to help them grow as Christ’s followers in the Arab world.

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Introducing our new director…

He’s had a busy month of unpacking and getting to know the neighbourhood, but our newest team member found time for a quick interview. Find out more about our new director…

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I believe, but…

This year, an unprecedented number of people have proclaimed faith in Christ with one of our responders. By the end of June, 227 individuals had chosen to follow Jesus. Our responsibility now is to care for these individuals. This will involve putting some in touch with believers in their own country, but for many others this is not an option. For these, the only option for discipleship and fellowship is online.

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Second quarter insights

In our second quarter of the year, our focus was to help people know the truth about who Christ is and how they can begin a new life with him. Included in this period was the fast month of Ramadan, in which Muslims say Muhammad began receiving the Qur’an from an angel. In contrast, we introduced Jesus, himself the Word of God, and the only one with power to save and justify.

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