Summary: Join host Todd Nettleton each week as we share the testimonies of brothers and sisters suffering for their faith in Christ. Their stories will challenge and encourage you in your own faith walk. We’ll also provide ways to pray specifically for persecuted Christians and ways you can get involved to support and encourage these brothers and sisters.
Impossible Not To Be Changed
MISSIONS "This Is Why I'm Here"
To Own a Bible
ERITREA: This Inner Peace
PETR JASEK: Imprisoned In Sudan
Adopting a Whole Country
UGANDA: We Stand With the Church
Brother Jack and Brother Sean just returned from Northern Nigeria, an area where it’s very dangerous to be a Christian; an area where radical Islamic group Boko Haram is active. “You can’t be a pastor, you can’t be a believer, without Boko Haram knowing who you are in these areas,” says Jack. Christians in the area have seen their homes and churches targeted, while Muslim homes even right next door aren’t bothered in Boko Haram attacks. Jack and Sean will also share about persecution by Fulani Muslims in Nigeria, and how that persecution is coordinated with Boko Haram attacks. In the midst of what is often a war zone, brave Christian pastors are boldly ministering for Jesus Christ and building His church. Often times they must send their families to someplace safer while they continue to minister in the hostile areas. Yet without their bold faithfulness, thousands of Christians would lose their pastors. Listen to how these pastors’ sermons have been changed by their personal experience with persecution. Be encouraged this week by the stories of how the Body of Christ is standing firm in Nigeria, even amidst tragedy, loss and hunger. You’ll also be equipped, as you listen, to pray specifically for our brothers and sisters in Nigeria.
INDIA: The Lord Has Given Favor
TIBET: That Gives Me Peace
TIBET: At Any Cost
LEBANON: Love Expels Fear
NORTH AFRICA: More Than Rules
PAKISTAN: The Perfect Place
Missionary Pilot: A Reason to Live