Rasha was living in a city under siege. No one was allowed in, and no one was allowed out. But an Embassy volunteer was praying for her. And God can’t be held out by weapons or walls…
What does it feel like to hear the gospel and come to the place of belief? Embassy volunteer KM tells her story of sharing with Rahaf in Syria. Excerpts from Rahaf’s letters to KM are shared with permission.
An honest look at the moments when nothing goes as we expect. This story looks to Scripture to find the one thing we should remember when evangelism feels confusing.
While it's true not all conversations result in a conversion, rarely do conversions happen without conversation. This is a recent story from one of our Embassy volunteers.
Nafisa shares about what it feels like to be released from hate…and the first time she shared the gospel with Holocaust survivors.
When “Nafisa” was a child, she saw a woman get beheaded for committing adultery. After the execution, she was given a stern warning: “This could happen to you.” In Part I, Nafisa shares about fear, hope, and her first experiences with Christians.
Rezedah remembered Jesus during a horrific moment in her life. Her story has much to teach us about the God who sees.
Like dominoes falling in multiple directions at once, Hala's thirst for the Word of God was having an effect on others — ultimately reaching over two thousand miles away, in Iran.
Aala was praying when a vision of darkness swept over her. She was alone, standing in a rocky and barren land. She was afraid.