Nepal is in the top 21 least reached countries with the Gospel. Many Nepalese work abroad, where they often feel lonely. Especially for them, the online ministry of the Nepalese GlobalRize team is a great blessing.
There was a young Lao man who found out about one of our online Bible studies connected to the Lao Christian Facebook Page. By the time that he completed the online Bible lessons he told his mentor that he was interested in becoming a Christian.
Aisha from India prayed God for godly connections in her life. She started doing the discipleship course 'Walk with Jesus' and met in her mentor a godly woman. Now Aisha shares the course with others!
A mentor from Bangladesh tells about a student who stands out for his deep insight. "When Abdul started our Bible study, I was surprised by his good, thoughtful answers. "How do you know all this?" I asked him. Then he told me about the quest in his life.
In Saudi Arabia it is perilous to testify of your faith. The Filipino Sue, Christian and migrant laborer in Saudi, cautiously tries to share the gospel with her employer.
Gift is happy with GlobalRize's Bible course: ‘I have been touched by the Holy Spirit and find myself now speaking the truth. As a result, my life has changed a lot in the past year.’
People from all over the world come to her with questions about faith and the Bible, but also pour their hearts out concerning relationship problems, unpleasantness at home, or addiction.
We are thankful to see such an increase. Of course, it’s not all about numbers, but we are happy with every extra person who wants to go deeper into the Gospel. It seems that COVID-19 caused a boost in numbers as more people have been active online and searching for answers for the questions of life.