Max and Ezzie use eggs as a window for their B.I friends to connect with the Easter Story.
Ministry grows among garment factory workers in Bangladesh.
Yawo women explore the story of the Prodigal Son.
A young student decides to follow Jesus in Central Asia.
Noy, an Ethnic Thai believer, was recently baptised.
Through conversations, Joseph's heart changed and he moved from relying on law to accepting grace.
A former monk responds to the message of Jesus.
An indigenous church leader, Kara, responds with forgiveness after hurt.
In South Asia, much of our work is in partnership with an NGO.
The team in South East Asia is journeying with local staff and students at the Education Foundation.
Mae Phan is now one of the Ethnic Thai faith community leaders.
Som spent four years as a Buddhist monk before working day and night as a moto taxi driver to help contribute to his family’s rice-farming income.
One day after playing with a few local boys, Tim and Mel’s son Jarred asked his parents if they could pray for one of his new friend.
Kevin serves in Central Asia predominantly among H university students.
An Ethnic Thai follower of Jesus, Den, had to make funeral arrangements for a relative.
Every day the team interacts with K people as they go about their daily lives in the Silk Road Area.
It’s so exciting for the team in South East Asia to see local people hear and respond to the Good News.
David and Eliza have been living in the Silk Road Area for the past year.
Over the past decade, there has been amazing transformation among the Ethnic Thai communities we serve.
For 20 years, Ian and Wendy served in Malawi.
Max and Ezzie are serving among the IB and making connections within their community.
Scott and Janelle recently returned to Cambodia and visited some Khmer friends.
When at a store recently, Bek was approached by a young salesman.
Paul recently had an amazing experience while visiting friends.
Before they completed their service in South East Asia Luke and Felicity visited friends from the IS people group.
Morris recently spoke with a man, Das, in South Asia.
In Malawi, there are groups meeting often to study the Bible.
David and Eliza spend time each day learning the culture and language.
Welcome to the new format of Hotline.
Kevin headed to a coffee shop to study for a language exam.
Kevin’s former language tutor Bb was a young man from the H people group.
Catherine arrived home one evening to find her friends Maly and Sokchea patiently sitting and waiting for her.
A man is healed in a Yawo village
A girl receives treatment to walk.
Faith communities in Thailand gathered together for a Bible camp.
Jesus appeared to a lady in a dream.
K farmer invites cross-cultural workers to spend time with him.
Som's eagerness turned into passion.
Larni seeks advice from cross-cultural worker Bek about her nightmares.
Student struggling with insecurity hears that God loves her.
Former Buddhist monk overwhelmed with the love of God
Dreams of Jesus lead Mrs R to put her faith in Him
Channy has no doubts that God is real
Ami now regards scared and wrinkled working hands as beautiful.
Mr. Ant has just completed a literacy course and asked to buy a Ciyawo Bible.
English classes builds friendships with the K people.
A Khmer man learns to play tennis and about Jesus.
A farmer decides to follow Jesus and listens to the Bible on a recording device.
A local student asks cross-cultural workers for a Bible
Ethnic Thai believer comes ready to be baptised.
B believer asked to be baptised
FIFA World Cup fever comes to town and inspires a community sports festival.
A local believer shares his hope with the disabled community.
Ian begins studying the Bible with the village chief.
Lulu supports a student as he seeks for the truth
Dave and Edwina have a significant conversation with their neighbour.