Isaac* recently gathered a few believers together to train them. They learned how to share the Gospel and make disciples. Afterwards, they went out and identified five new villages who need Gospel access and began engaging.
This is genuinely how simple it is. Isaac has a passion to deliver the Gospel to those who lack access to it. He is serving in a province where it is illegal to share one’s faith with Hindus. Hindus may not acknowledge this fact but the anti-conversion laws in place are so vague that one could interpret any salvation as a forced conversion.
Amos* recently walked through an inner-city village in South Asia searching for opportunities to share the Gospel. Instead, he met a Christian lady who invited him to her home for prayer on Sunday.
Sunday arrives but instead of simply having a prayer meeting, the lady invited 6 Hindu neighbors to join them. They prayed, sang, and Amos shared the Gospel.
It’s just after Christmas and Isaac* invited 12 pastors in South Asia to his home to learn how three little circles can change lives. These three circles are known as “Three-Circles”. It’s a simple life-changing evangelistic tool to share the Gospel.
Each pastor, Issac included, live in villages where Gospel access is minimal. They lead churches where anti-conversion laws are breathing down their neck. In fact, Issac informed me that there are radicals near his village itching to cause problems for Christians. Yet, they are not deterred. They want their people to know Jesus.
Three years ago, Adam* gave a Bible to a Muslim gentleman he met in a village. This guy had no interest in it but accepted it as a gift, probably to save Adam’s face. He returned home with no intention of reading it and, for some reason, gave the Bible to his wife. She read it and was intrigued. She then began to ask her husband about it, which sparked his curiosity, so he decided to begin reading it with her.