The unholy fires meant to destroy the church in Niger have instead fueled a holy fire in the hearts of pastors.
The church in Swaziland encompasses more than 85 percent of the population, but its Christianity is mixed with elements of polygamy, witchcraft, and ancestor veneration.
Pastors in Kenya tell us, "If you want to equip me, equip me with books." It is a great joy to hear these pastors preach what they've learned.
In the West Africa country of Burkina Faso, Christians have reportedly increased in number from 10,000 evangelicals in 1960 to 1.44 million in 2010.
The city dump seems like an unlikely place to plant a church, but to one missionary in Guatemala, it seemed perfect.
More than $20,000 was given over two and a half days so 12,000 Spanish titles can be given away, packed in a suitcase, and carried to those who need it most.
TGC is working to help pastors and elders in Africa, Asia, South America, and Europe get access to sound theological resources.
Their resources are few, but hope is rising among these pastors despite their ongoing oppression as Christians under a Buddhist-dominated dictatorship.
The prosperity Africa needs most is not offered by the American dream.
Uganda has high church attendance and religious freedom except for the Muslim-dominated northwest.
The gospel flame ignited at Pentecost is now burning bright near the top of the world in Nepal.
Honduras, rampant with drug-running and murder, presents a formidable challenge for gospel ministers.
Nearly 215 million people speak Bengali, but precious few theology and discipleship books have been translated into the language.
Imagine what it must be like for those who have never been taught gospel truths and long to find a sound source of instruction for their souls.
“Many new Christians, good and faithful ones, have difficulties explaining the gospel with clarity,” Ruben says. “What is the gospel?"
It started with a question on Facebook: “Are there any Reformed conferences in English that are in the Northern/Southeast Asia region?”