Friend, Peon or Manager?

Friend, Peon or Manager?

In the West, it is the general practice for a business owner to hire a manager if he or she doesn’t have the time or desire to manage it themselves. In India, however, this is not the custom. The owner is the manager. He or she trusts no one else with the business....

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Prayer for the Hindu World: Hindu Nationalists

Prayer for the Hindu World: Hindu Nationalists

India is a beautifully diverse nation in which people constitutionally have the freedom to choose their faith and spread it. The general attitude towards other faiths or ways of life is very accommodating. However, a Hindu nationalist movement of social and political...

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Prayer for the Hindu World: The Power of Media

Prayer for the Hindu World: The Power of Media

Globally, the influence of digital media is growing rapidly. The impact of media among Hindus is no exception. The Hindu consumers of media come with many different faces but their worldview is being shaped one video, one post, one advertisement at a time. Like 95...

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Prayer for the Hindu World: Char Dham Puri

Prayer for the Hindu World: Char Dham Puri

Located on the east coast of India, Puri is one of the four destinations of the Char Dham (the most revered Hindu pilgrimage sites in India). Completing a pilgrimage to all four Char Dham temples, starting with the Jagannath Temple in Puri, is considered by Hindus to...

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Prayer for the Hindu World: Removing Barriers

Prayer for the Hindu World: Removing Barriers

One exciting development taking place in some parts of the Hindu world is that Christ-followers are growing in biblical understanding of how to communicate the gospel in ways that resonate in the hearts of lost Hindus as good news. Despite Christianity’s likely...

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Prayer for the Hindu World: Hindus in the Work Place

Prayer for the Hindu World: Hindus in the Work Place

Bir has sometimes gone to church with friends in Nepal, but these friends were also trouble-makers. His family moved to the United States when he was a teen. Bir struggled with addictions and violence. It was in prison when he first heard about salvation through Jesus...

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Alone, We are just a Drop in the Vast Sea of Need

Alone, We are just a Drop in the Vast Sea of Need

We know the need: there are two billion unevangelized people in the world. Forty-seven thousand of them die every day, never once having heard the good news of the Gospel. We’ve heard how effective Disciple Making Movements (DMM) are, and we’re on board. But alone, we...

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“Does God Have a Hearing Problem?”

“Does God Have a Hearing Problem?”

“Can I eat here?” Karly asked the cook of a small food stand near her new home. The young Muslim woman, Farah, eagerly responded, “You speak my language?! Please, sit, sit! What do you want to eat?”  As Farah placed a plate of delicious food on the table and sat down...

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Balking at Baptism

Balking at Baptism

Three thousand people believing and being baptized in one day?! It sounds too good to be true, yet we know it is. The second chapter of Acts records this supernatural event. Thousands of people “from every nation” heard the loud arrival of the Holy Spirit and came to...

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Going Out Among the Lost

Going Out Among the Lost

Evan and Anna, Beyond’s Austronesian field leaders, recently shared tips on how they purposely go out among the lost to share the love of Christ. One of the ways they do this is by praying for the felt needs of people they meet. Anna shared this recent example from...

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