Stories From The Field
Cyrus Khorsani may have fled Iran, but he did not abandon his brothers and sisters in Christ.
For his customers, it's just another ride. But for JP, it's a chance to share the gospel.
When it comes to sharing our faith, too often we’re missing a key component.
How Roman infrastructure aided the spread of Christianity
I thought God needed me. I was wrong.
In 2007, In Touch began a new way in reaching those who weren’t able to hear the message of the gospel. Today we celebrate a milestone and continue to look towards the future with the celebration of the 1 millionth Messenger.
Gershon knew he was called to share Jesus with the people of Galilee, and God showed him how.
Christianity is alive and well in the place of its birth.
Lev Belov doesn’t let the tense climate between Russia and Ukraine keep him from sharing the Word of God.
In January, we introduced you to Fred Otieno and his important ministry among refugees in Tanzania. Since then, Otieno visited Atlanta, Georgia where he was invited to teach his trauma healing seminar in the UN-resettlement area of Clarkston, Georgia.
This former U.S. Marine returned years later to the streets of Iraq. His newfound faith in Jesus gave him the strength to help his former enemies see the love of Christ and learn about the Savior. In Touch Messengers in Arabic helped him spread God’s Word with those who might otherwise never hear it.
Jonathan Reed and his family spent years among the indigenous communities of Belize, offering support and training to local pastors. Now, equipped with experience and In Touch Messengers, K'ekchi leaders are serving their own churches.
We’re working with missionaries and other kingdom workers to share the gospel and discipleship resources around the world.
Once busy planting churches across Latin America, Russ and his wife, Lynn, are now focused on pastoral training. Local church leaders, who are striving to create strong fellowships and protect their flocks, are using In Touch Messengers to stay close to God’s Word.