When my father died, I drowned my sorrows in alcohol. My mother could watch no longer so I was sent to compulsory rehab—I was only eighteen. There, I met a man who invited people for cake, coffee, and conversations about God. I didn’t know what he meant, but boredom, combined with my sweet tooth, prevailed.…

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Jaha showed no hesitation as she shared her testimony of becoming a Christian. She is among 18 former Muslims, who completed an Adult Literacy Program with a Bible League Canada joint ministry partner in a Nairobi slum. After attending the Adult Literacy Program, Jaha was able to read and write basic English. She later started…

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“I used to drown my life in drugs and alcohol. I wasted almost 10 years on this evil. I lost it all— my family, two houses, and relationships with friends and acquaintances. My life was a mess. Living on the street, I prayed to God. I wanted to die. Miraculously, the Holy Spirit touched me…

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With an estimated 14 million slaves, India has more slaves than any other country in the world—including captive children like Joseph. Though slavery has been abolished for more than a century in the United Kingdom, Europe, and North America, millions of people are still trapped by this inhumane practice. Adults, and sadly children too, must…

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Anna’s journey began at a Christian young adult camp, made possible thanks to you! “Being with friends was more important to me than a relationship with my parents or living their boring life. My friends were trendy, and as a beautiful young woman, I wanted a sparkling life filled with fun! I loved trying alcohol…

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Simon dreamed of becoming a priest. As a child, Simon served as an altar boy in his parish in Poland and began to dedicate his life to Christ. Then as a teenager, desperate for attention, Simon started using drugs and alcohol—just like his father. At war with himself, Simon eventually became a drug dealer and…

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At just 33 years old, Koni, a wife and mother was diagnosed with advanced cancer. During surgery, the doctor determined that nothing could be done: the metastasis was too widespread to remove all of the cancer. The doctor released her from the hospital, telling her that she had little time left. Koni lost her appetite,…

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Amolo runs a primary school in the Amuria district in Uganda. But he is also concerned about the home life and living conditions of many of the children that attend his school. After receiving training, made possible through your support, to start adult literacy classes, Amolo was convinced that he needed to expand his school’s…

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Almost sixty-five years ago, Paul Byer developed what we now know as the Manuscript Bible Study. The revolutionary inductive method of studying the Bible was born out of the desire to quickly draw connections between the texts. After a few years of perfecting, InterVarsity adopted this approach. A few years ago, Paul was invited to…

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