Expat Christian business men and women and aid workers from various backgrounds have left Afghanistan and Pakistan after living there many years to work with and reach out to Afghans living abroad in countries around the world
Many laborers are enjoying the gifts they have received this Christmas. Pray for the 1500 who received these gifts. And Praise God for the many who made these gifts possible! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us73SECcGUk See also: Champ of the Camp WPC
A Community within a community. I saw this posted recently on another blog and knew I must share it with you. Please watch this short well-done 3 minute trailer and pray for the laborers. The official trailer on Youtube of Champ of the Camp, a documentary telling the untold story of laborers living in the…
We just discovered that several of our video links got messed up somewhere along the way and ended up pointing to the same video. We have corrected the problem and invite you to please check out our videos and sound bites. There are people group profile videos for the Pashtun, Hazara, and Baluch peoples. There…
Steve McCurry recently posted a group of photos titled Silent Language of Hands. Steve McCurry recently posted a group of photos titled Silent Language of Hands.
Now it is time to talk about differences in your faith, not for the sake of argument or debate but for the sake of airing common differences you know that exist and understanding the truth of God.
If you desire as part of your friendship with a Muslim to discuss spiritual things, it is a good idea to understand what many Muslims believe about Christianity. Having an understanding of their beliefs will give you the opportunity to share what true followers of Christ are like.
You may be surprised that many Muslims think Christians do not pray because our way of prayer is so different. Muslim prayer is usually very public, performed at a Masjid (Mosque) or an outdoor prayer place 5 times a day. Christian prayer is often done silently, in private place
Ever wonder if your prayers for unreached peoples are heard? Ever wonder if placing a movie in the hands of someone who needs to hear about Jesus makes a difference?
Like most children around the world, Afghan boys enjoy hanging out with their friends, playing soccer and other games, having fun. Many Afghan children are separated from their fathers, either because of death (due to the many years of war) or because their fathers have gone abroad to find work in order to send money…
You must be logged in to post a comment.