Advancing Your Ministry for the Unreached

Posted by Mark Kordic on 09 August 2018

Two-Minute Tuesday: Stories of Courageous Christians Loving the Unreached

Each week I’ll highlight compassionate efforts of those who’ve pledged themselves to Heaven for the Gospel in the world’s most difficult places. Today we’ll visit believers in Ethiopia, Israel and Iran.

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Happy Two-Minute Tuesday. I’m Mark Kordic with Your Vision for the Unreached. Today we’ll visit believers in Ethiopia, Israel and Iran. New Covenant Missions touched the life of an 80 year-old grandmother named Ayehu as part of their Widows and Orphans Project. You see, in Ethiopia there is no system in place to take care of the elderly widows. Despite potential persecution by the dominant religion, Ayehu put her trust in Jesus alone for salvation. Thanks to friends unselfishly loving the Unreached! Moving to Israel, a beautiful land we recently visited, we meet Prime Minister Netanyahu’s new deputy social media adviser Hananya Naftali. Naftali is an IDF veteran who calls himself a Jew who loves Jesus. It’s rare for Messianic Jews to hold such an influential position in a country with an estimated 20,000 Jewish followers of Jesus. Historically discriminated, the number of Messianic Jews in Israel is increasing, especially among young people thru social media chat rooms. Pray for a fresh move of the Spirit in this Unreached land as the Apostles prayed, “...Grant to Your servants that with all boldness they may speak Your word.” (Acts 4:29). Meanwhile, in Iran, it’s estimated that more people have come to Christ during the past 20 years than during the previous 1,400 years combined! There are constant reports of people experiencing visions of Jesus and receiving healing from addiction. Leading The Way with Michael Youssef is sharing the Gospel with the nations and remains a popular satellite option for Iranians. Confused about whether to follow the teachings of the Bible or the Koran, 25 year-old Fatima saw a vision of a Jesus in a church and later saw the Leading the Way broadcast. Fatima had many questions so she

Posted by Mark Kordic on 30 September 2018

Two-Minute Tuesday for September 25, 2018

Stories of Courageous Christians in Indonesia, Germany and Kenya.

Advancing Your Ministry for the Unreached is creating alliances with numerous ministries influencing countries on every continent.

Happy Two-Minute Tuesday. This is Mark Kordic, with Your Vision for the Unreached joining you with stories of Courageous Christians; those who have pledged themselves to Heaven for the Gospel. Let’s visit believers in Indonesia, Germany and Kenya. Climb aboard.

Jesus’ call for His followers to be His witnesses to the ends of the earth motivates Michael Loftis in his work with dynamic disciple making movements in Indonesia. Michael consults with Indonesian national trainers with the IMPACT ministry to focus on obedience-based discipleship. During last week’s Missio-Nexus conference, Michael told me IMPACT is seeing a tremendous harvest in this country sporting the largest Muslim population. In fact, they’re on target to start at least ten massive, disciple-making movements by the year 2025. On a personal note, Michael discipled me after I came to Christ almost four decades ago.

Speaking of Missio-Nexus, a featured speaker was legendary musician and evangelist David Pierce, The Rock Priest. Through his unorthodox style and intense love for the global youth culture, David leads Steiger International. Check out His website to view videos of his powerful messages to millennial and Gen Y youth, hanging out in clubs and barrios in European and Asian international cities. Steiger Missions School in Germany is intended for people with a wide variety of gifting and background who feel called to reach and disciple the "Global Youth Culture.” Jesus loves you David; thanks for showing God’s love to the world’s forgotten.

Finally, did you know some 70-million friends in the worldwide deaf community have little to no access to God’s Word in their distinct languages. The first International Week of the Deaf is this week. Did you know there are 350 distinct deaf languages in the world? Only 26 of those have any sort of au

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