Eight churches in Sri Lanka invited churches from the US to work with them in a week of evangelistic outreach and discipleship. Months in advance the churches were equipped and prepared for the project week. Prayer was a vital part of the preparation as church members prayed for men, women and young people who needed the Lord.
A missionary asked those teams coming from the US to emphasis training local church members in sharing their faith. This was a priority for the teams as they made visits. Many local church members learned to share their faith.
The first night our team was waiting for the car to pick us up. A man came into the...Read More
Nine people from North Carolina and nine from California, a pastor from Cambodia, a couple from Bangladesh who serves with International Commission, a lady who leads the IC work in the Philippines and her niece, three IC leaders from North Carolina, and a new missionary couple to Thailand from California answered the call to help us March 23 to April 2. Seven churches labored together in the project—Calvary Chapel Baan Naam Khem Burmese, CCBNK Thai, CC at the Bridge Phuket, House of the Lord Church Khok Kloy, New Life Center Baan Naam Khem, Pak Ping Church Khao Lak and Santisuk Center in Takuapa. 315 people decided to follow the Lord Jesus during our 10 days of laboring... Read More
When I left my wife said she would pray for thousands and thousands to receive him. I thought she was being overly optimistic. God has answered her prayer. First time IC participant, Steve, shared those words at the Victory Rally on the last night in Gabon. God answered his wife’s prayer and many others.
The 14 Christian Missionary Alliance (CMA) churches we worked with in Libreville... Read More
Our team went to the high school again after school had dismissed. There were a few students scattered here and there. A group of 25 boys was doing handsprings, tumbling, and cheering for each other. I went over there to challenge them. I said, “Who can do the most push-ups?” A 17-year-old who was the most athletic one said, “What do I get for doing the most push-ups?” I replied, “You would be the champion of your school.” He then proceeded to do 31 push-ups with all cheering! I then said, “If I do 32 push-ups, may I have five minutes to share the most important thing in my life?” They agreed and then counted as I did... Read More
We visited a couple from the pastor’s church. There was a homeless man living with them. They had been talking with the man about Jesus for some time, and the soil was well watered and seeded before we arrived. The lady said she had tried to win him to the Lord, but he just wouldn’t take that step. I asked him if I could share Jesus with him. He agreed, so I took out my EvangeCube and explained how he could be forgiven of his sins. I asked him if he would like to trust Christ and be forgiven of his sins, and he said, “Da, da” (yes, yes) with... Read More