When ITMI’s Paul faced shepherding his young church plant while stay-at-home orders were in place, he never dreamed this apparent set back would result in extended reach.
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His name was Frederick Antony Ravi Kumar Zacharias. We all knew him as Ravi Zacharias. A short portion from Ravi’s official obituary reads, “Zacharias’s great-great-great-grandmother shocked her Nambudiri family, the highest caste of the Hindu priesthood, by converting to Christianity. With conversion came a new surname, Zacharias, and a new path that started her descendants on a road to the Christian faith.”
When a Juba resident left his home to visit someone in a village outside the city, little did he know that this visit would take a very surprising turn. As he approached the settlement…
“The Kingdom of God is now advancing in ways we never thought possible; hope is being restored daily and none of this would’ve happened without your special donation, we truly appreciate the partnership,” writes Pastor Vuyo of Gugulethu, outside CapeTown, South Africa. Pastor Vuyo’s church ministers in a tough area, known as “gangster land.” Last month…
The preschool was already closed down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Then Adi and Ema got a notice that would change everything.
In this episode, ITMI’s Piotr Zaremba looks back over the gargantuan Bible Translation project. Piotr gives us some advice on how to accomplish crazy big and daunting projects – like translating the Bible, opens up about one way the calling to translate the Bible for Revival impacted his prayer life, and shares a few stories that illustrate how deeply the translation is impacting people and reveals some interesting thoughts as he looks ahead to what God might be doing with His Word in Poland and beyond!
As bags of food were handed to them, they couldn’t hide the gratitude in their eyes. And though they were masked, the masks couldn’t hide the smiles of relief that came from knowing they’d be alright for the weeks ahead. Or the joy triggered by being remembered and cared for.
These are not families who have pantries full of supplies from Costco. These are people who leave their homes each morning in hopes that they will earn a few cents to purchase food for that day. Not being able to leave means not being able to eat.