Care For The Abused And Mistreated in North Africa

After suffering years of sexual abuse at the hands of different men, a young woman was completely broken. She hated who she had become, and her relationship with God seemed damaged beyond repair. But when she finally accepted the help of a native ministry that runs a shelter for abused women, her life began to change.

Help Missionaries Disciple Believers in the Middle East/North Africa

Though a woman and her family were followers of a native religion, they attended a local church, learning about God’s love and receiving care when they requested it. When the woman’s husband became ill and they were unable to pay their electric bill, she cried out to God for help. Shortly thereafter, two church members came to their home, prayed with them, and gave them the needed funds.

Comfort Those Who Are Persecuted in North Africa

A young man who is a believer in Christ zealously shares his faith in his country. But his family is Muslim, and when his mother requested that he help her buy sacrifices for several Islamic holidays, he was uncertain how to respond. When he asked a native ministry leader for help, they prayed together, and he chose to leave his home for one month. When he returned, the situation was better, but his experience with his family is not unusual.

Share Jesus With Disheartened People in North Africa

When refugees flooded the region, many businesses inflated their prices. A native ministry stepped in, providing free supplies and taking a group of refugees on a short boat trip where they shared the gospel and taught them about their new city.

Comfort The Downtrodden in North Africa

After the mother of a 17-year-old girl refused a young man’s proposal to her daughter, he raped the girl in revenge. He was sentenced to prison, and the young woman’s family beat her repeatedly, a common practice in a culture in which the girl is often blamed in instances of sexual violence.

Strengthen Church Leaders For Spiritual Warfare in North Africa

Eight young Muslim men were recruited from their villages by jihadists and spent more than a year involved in terrorism activities. But they soon realized their error in judgment and fled. When they happened upon Christian workers, they received Bibles in their native languages, and all chose to follow Jesus.

Send Word of Life to the Unreached in North Africa

Sports evangelism is helping to break down misconceptions that Muslims have about Christians. One 23-year-old Muslim involved in program soccer games said he was surprised to learn that Christians were good, moral people. Such sports outreaches, distribution of Bibles and literature, and teaching bring the unreached to faith in Christ.

Add People to God’s Kingdom in North Africa

A patient at a native ministry’s medical clinic despaired of ever being healed of a diabetic wound, and local missionaries read to her from John 5 the narrative of the invalid healed after 38 years. At the workers’ urging she prayed in Christ’s name, and she gained hope as healing advanced to miraculous stages.

Invite People into God’s Family in North Africa

A young woman estranged from her family called out to God, and a friend invited her to a native Christian ministry’s meeting, where she experienced the love of Christ through the other women and leaders. She attended a conference with them and put her faith in Christ as Lord and Savior.

Enable Workers to Sow Gospel Seed in North Africa

A woman in North Africa standing outside wearing traditional African clothes

In spite of surveillance by authorities and Muslim neighbors, native Christian workers have discreetly discipled new believers and found various ways to proclaim Christ. Among those who have put their faith in Christ were 16 people preparing for baptism and three older youths who participated in the ministry’s children’s program.