Your gifts to the ministry of Global Interaction are part of something bigger.

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Here are some recent good news stories which were inspired by the life-transforming power of the Good News of Jesus:

In Mozambique, our team is witnessing God’s Spirit at work in amazing ways. After a year of weekly Bible story time with a Yawo friend, Cam asked him what his response was. His friend said, “I lift my hands up to Jesus... and say come and forgive what is in my heart. I will now follow the path of Jesus.” In the following weeks, his family and many of his friends also chose to follow Jesus!

In South East Asia, trusting relationships built over many years are bearing fruit. The team is experiencing increasing openness for faith sharing. They are actively journeying with seekers and others who have chosen to follow Jesus as Lord. After years of sowing seeds, it is now time for the harvest.

In Thailand, Mae Ran, an Ethnic Thai woman, was amazed by the genuine love and care she received from a Global Interaction cross-cultural worker during a difficult time. She was introduced to Jesus’ love through the worker’s actions and words, and was transformed. Her heart went from being filled with fear to compassion, and from being filled with hate to love.

Your partnership enables cross-cultural workers to be on the ground among least-reached communities, sharing life and hope in Jesus. Your gifts and prayers are vital to the continuation of these good news stories. Yes, we know that it is through the promptings and activity of God’s Spirit that hearts will be opened to Him… however, we also know that He invites us to partner with Him. Isn’t it incredible that our all-powerful God invites us to be part of the story?!

Will you give a gift today to partner with more good news stories? We know God is actively using our cross-cultural teams as part of His plan and we can’t wait to share more good news stories with you!

YES! I WILL GIVE TODAY!

We thank you for your continued vital partnership with our ministry.

Bruce Tudball
Interim General Director