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Amazon Tales

Porto Velho, Rondônia, Brazil, is the site of YWAM’s primary training and support center for our work among the tribes of the Amazon region. The Frontier Missions international leadership team gathered there for its annual meeting. One of the highlights of the agenda was to spend time with many of the workers who have been laboring faithfully in the Amazon for decades and to hear stories of their miraculous encounters with God. Here are just two:

On one occasion, in the Sanumá tribe, a three-year-old boy wandered off into the jungle in pursuit of his mother, who had gone to the river to fish. No one missed the boy until that evening when his mother returned. The community immediately …continue reading…

Celebrating Progress in the Muslim World

It was many years ago now that a group of YWAM workers met together and began what would become known as YWAM Frontier Missions. The Lord spoke to some of them specifically about His concern for Muslims. Church planting teams were soon sent into Muslim South Asia, North Africa, the Middle East, and Europe.

In 1992, there was an accident and a desert meeting that would change YWAM internationally. The North Africa regional director was carrying an armful of tent poles down a hillside when …continue reading…

Miracles in Tamil Nadu

God is showing His love in powerful ways in Tamil Nadu, India, where some church-planting couples have started more than 15 house churches. One of the keys to their success is how God answers their prayers for healing and deliverance.

Solomon and his family (photo above) work in a rural area. They pray and look for opportunities to share the gospel with local community leaders. One day, Solomon learned that the village leader was very sick. He went to his home and found …continue reading…

Photo of worker with children in Middle East

Simple Clues Lead to Treasure

Effectively sharing the gospel with Muslims seems like a daunting challenge; there are so many barriers of culture and belief that it’s hard to know where and how to begin. Some of our workers are finding encouragement in a simple practice they call “treasure hunting”. Before going out, they spend time in prayer, asking God to give them words, pictures, or impressions that will lead them to people that He has prepared for the Good News. Then they search for those clues and follow up as best they can. A team in the Middle East …continue reading…

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