Dillon and his wife grew up in a Muslim family, living a normal life - working and providing for their family; spending time with family and friends; celebrating holidays; etc.
One day, they met Adam*. Adam shared the gospel and gave them a copy of God’s Word. They exchanged contact information and remained in contact over several weeks. As Dillon and his wife read the bible, they would message with Adam, asking him a ton of questions. This caused them to find themselves at a crossroads. Dillon and his wife knew they had come face to face with the truth of God’s Word for the first time in their lives. As their eyes were opened, a crucial question lingered, “What do we do now?”.
Adam was warned not to share the gospel in this Afghan refugee camp, the same camp we have been serving since the crisis in Afghanistan last summer. Yet, Adam was undeterred. He and his team prayed for three hours that God would open up doors and the doors didn’t just slightly open, they swung wide open.
During Adam’s recent visit to this refugee camp, there was a boy who was terribly ill. The boys father felt helpless and worried about his son. However, God saw their pain and had mercy on them. Adam prayed over the boy in Jesus’ name and the boy was healed. This supernatural healing caused the boy’s father and his family to surrender their life to Christ.
D* shared the gospel with a close friend only to be criticized and rejected for it. He left the conversation troubled and hurt. It was the first time he encountered such opposition for sharing the good news.
D called our missionary, Aasim*, for guidance. Aasim is the one who led him to Christ last year. While they are not living near each other, Aasim continues to disciple him through Zoom and phone calls.
Stories from the Field
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