The human body is 60 percent water; there are good reasons why we need it. It is a well-known fact that the human body can only survive for about three days without water. For this reason, water is critical for life in dry climates. Iraqis live in a hot, [...]
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There are many reasons why it will be difficult to reach Cambodia for Christ. Buddhism entered Cambodia in the fifth century and today it is between 85-95 percent Buddhist. About three-fourths of Cambodia is rural, which means that it will be very difficult for the gospel to spread quickly [...]
Last month we prayed for a woman who was using the marketplace in Ghana as a way to reach people for Christ. This month we have another effort that is happening in Cote d’Ivoire, a country just to the west of Ghana. In both cases, people see how Christ [...]
“There is nothing new under the sun.” The old adage certainly describes the current escalation of conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians in Israel and the adjoining Gaza Strip, currently managed by the militant Islamic group, Hamas. This past week has seen the most current flareup of hostilities. [...]
People might wonder why we cover India so often with in Window International. It’s simply because with 2,445 unreached people groups out of a worldwide total of 7,400, this country needs tremendous attention to even make a dent! There are Christian believers who are working out of three [...]
As hard as it is to imagine, the Church was once strong in North Africa. Church leaders neglected to translate the Bible into local languages, and North African people often felt like conquered subjects of powerful Christianized empires. When Islamic armies rolled through in the early days of Islam, [...]
The Himalayan Mountains are filled with unreached Buddhist and Hindu people groups, but God has raised up a team of Christ followers to take His Name to villages in a Buddhist majority region. There are a number of ways to make His Name known. One is personal contact, which [...]
The first contact between the Han Chinese and the nomadic ancestors of the Uyghurs in 130CE was positive. Buddhism and trade thrived along what was later called the Silk Road bringing prosperity to many. China’s Qing Dynasty, 1644-1911, began to refer to the Uyghur region as Xinjiang, meaning [...]
The Sahrawi people of Western Sahara are once again political pawns between major powers attempting to determine their fate. A narrow strip of land south of Morocco bordering the Atlantic Ocean has been for 25 years trying to gain a say in a referendum about its future status. Once [...]
Afghanistan has a 70 percent poverty rate. There has been ongoing war and strife with no end in sight. This is a land that lacks adequate farmland, and what they do have often is used to grow and sell opium, a lucrative cash crop. The only people with [...]