Malawi: Assaulted with Machetes but Undeterred from the Mission

Tony’s wife, Santie, noticed something fluttering up ahead. Always one to appreciate the natural beauty of God’s world, she ran ahead of the rest of the family to identify it. Was it spur-winged, white-backed, or red-billed? She would not have time to decide, for at that very moment men with machetes came charging at her […]

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Gospel Light in War-Torn Ukraine

This year God has blessed Irpin Biblical Seminary, a TMAI member school in Ukraine, with four hundred students. Many of these students travel long distances, some even through dangerous conflict zones. A third of the students come from the war-torn regions of eastern Ukraine, where the fighting has led to 10,000 dead, 23,000 wounded, and […]

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Czech Republic: No Smoke, No Mirrors, No Rock Bands…They Came to Hear Preaching!

It is not easy to communicate the significance of what is happening in the Czech Republic. In a nation that has experienced decades of profound spiritual apathy, religious confusion, and gospel opposition, ministry is hard and often discouraging. But with years of gospel seeds sown, we pray that a harvest is coming. Previously, the largest […]

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Scoffer to Scholar: An Update on Simone, Student at Italian Theological Academy

Simone was not looking for God, but through the faithfulness of one of the students at Italian Theological Academy (ITA), God rescued him. His story is a reminder of the sovereign grace of God and the need for theological clarity and gospel boldness around the world. Simone was a professional soccer player and a professing […]

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Czech Gospel Conference with Paul Washer

The Czech Bible Institute (CBI) is hosting an important conference February 11–13, with keynote speaker Paul Washer. The conference will focus on the power of the gospel, the authority of Scripture, and the centrality of the local church. Over 400 are expected to attend—more than twice as many as ever before. CBI faculty will also […]

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