July 28, 2017 Amy Reasoner

How You Can Help Bring Life-Change to the Arab World

This month, we’ve been sharing with you some of the things that are going on with our workers and national churches in the Arab World area.

As I’m sure you can imagine, taking the gospel to that part of the world poses certain risks, and we always want to be careful to protect the safety of our workers with the information we share with you here. But it’s also important to us that you get a real sense of the needs in all the areas in Eurasia, even the places that are more hostile to the gospel.

So with their permission, we want to share with you an important need from the Arab World. In a capital city in the Middle East where we’re planting churches, some of our workers have had a chance to partner with the local churches.

In this city, there are thousands of displaced and poor families who cannot afford basic medical care. Through our partnership with the local church, we’ve been able to open a medical clinic, which give us the opportunity to both meet people’s urgent physical needs, and reach out to them with the hope of the gospel.

An overwhelming majority of the people who visit the clinic are Muslims from areas where there is little to no gospel witness. Can you see how important the work of sharing hope with these families is?

But currently, our team who is working at this clinic is in desperate need of funds to purchase more medicines as they operate this clinic. They don’t need expensive experimental medications. Right now, they cannot even purchase the basic life-sustaining medicines, things like insulin for diabetics and blood pressure medicine.

Would you consider giving to help our team continue the work of providing care for these Muslims who are suffering, so they might have a chance to hear the good news of Jesus?

You can give securely right here. Thanks for your support, and thanks for being a part of this community. We couldn’t do this without YOU.

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