In Germany, a nation once torn apart by Nazi hatred, God is bringing healing through the message of the Father’s love.
Tomas Dixon Articles
Five years ago the U.S. invaded Kosovo to bring freedom. Today churches there are growing–but Christians who are sharing Christ with the nation’s Muslim majority face a challenge.
American missionary Jerry Winter has returned to his forefathers’ homeland to spearhead a massive evangelistic effort at the 2004 Olympic Games.
All eyes will be on Greece next summer when the Olympic Games return to Athens. Thousands of Christians plan to use the event to evangelize a spiritually needy country.
Santiago Álamo worked in a brothel and tried to find happiness as a woman. But he discovered the love of Jesus at Remar, one of Spain’s most dynamic outreach ministries.
While Muslim immigrants pour into England and France, most churches there are unaware or unconcerned about the threat–and the opportunity they have to reach Islamic nations.
South African evangelist Suzette Hattingh began her ministry by praying for
Reinhard Bonnke’s huge campaigns in Africa. Today she’s reaching the spiritually desolate cities of Western Europe
In most Muslim nations, sharing the gospel is forbidden. But observers believe that Turkey--where the New Testament church flourished--may be the key to reaching all of the Middle East.The first time that Ali Pektas had an encounter with Jesus Christ was in Mecca,...
Best known as the pleasure capital of Europe, Spain is beginning to shake off years of religious tradition for a life-giving faith.
The denominations cited vicar Markku Koivisto’s ‘extremism’ after gold dust and oil appeared during meetings in Nokia
Leaders say people in the Middle East were touched when Christians apologized for 900-year-old injustices
Amid the conservative atmosphere of Zurich’s financial world, a new charismatic church is engaging its culture with an unconventional yet relevant display of the gospel.