A Bold Statement in the Pope’s Backyard

The German Reformer Martin Luther believed that the greatest need in his world was the exposition of God’s Word. The traditions of the Roman Catholic Church had become so entrenched that God’s Word had been silenced and the people were languishing in a spiritual famine. The spiritual dryness that characterized Europe was like tinder waiting […]

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God’s Light on Dark Clouds: Facing Cults in South Africa

The Zion Christian Church (ZCC) is one of the largest cults in Africa. Born out of the early Pentecostal movement, the ZCC believes that its leader, Barnabas Lekganyane, is a prophet of God endowed with supernatural powers (signs and wonders). He is venerated as the church’s mediator, with worship songs and prayers being made in […]

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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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