Tag: evangelism

Chadian believers reach lost neighbors for Christ

Originally published in Mission Network News As many as 70 people groups in Chad are cut off from Christ. They have no way to know Jesus because there’s no Scripture, or other biblical resources, in their language. These communities in Chad would fall into the “unreached people groups” category in missiological circles. […]

Great quarantine revival — more than 100 000 salvations through virtual outreaches

More than 100 000 people from dozens of countries across the world indicated they wanted to put their faith in Jesus after hearing the gospel during recent, virtual, evangelistic events hosted by Nick Hall and his student-led prayer and outreach movement, Pulse. The responses, which came via international call centres, […]

1 700 Cambodians come to faith at evangelical festival

Just under two thousand people made a new commitment to Jesus Christ during a Gospel event hosted by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association in Cambodia. Billy Graham’s son, Franklin, addressed thousands in attendance at the “Love Phnom Penh Festival” in the nation’s capital. “Tonight you can be forgiven, but you’ve […]

Reinhard Bonnke, ‘the Billy Graham of Africa,’ dies at 79

Originally published in Fox News Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke, a German-born preacher nicknamed “the Billy Graham of Africa” for his record-setting crusades, died Saturday at 79. “He passed away peacefully, surrounded by family,” his wife, Anni Bonnke, said in a statement. The family lives in the United States but the founder […]