We’ve noticed that when we help meet people’s needs, they’re open to hearing what we have to share with them about Jesus.
Many people who had never heard of Babcock University have learned about the Sabbath through our team. For us, the football field is a mission field where we show people God’s love.
I’ve always carried my burdens alone in my own strength. But now that I know that Jesus cares for me, I’ve let go of those burdens. Jesus set me free!
I believe that God is using Valerie and me to help Babcock University reach those who don’t know Jesus. It makes me happy to see people have hope in Jesus and give up the things that make them scared.
This quarter we have heard many wonderful stories about people living in the countries of Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. These countries are part of the South American Division.
The fang marks on Mother’s leg were proof enough that her life had been spared by a God who was more powerful than any of the gods they had worshiped before.
Shanker says, “My life changed completely after I accepted Jesus in my life. Now Jesus is my top priority.”
Unable to cope, Sundar’s mother tried to kill herself by taking a lot of sleeping pills. Sundar cried, for he didn’t know what to do.
My whole family witnessed a powerful miracle from God.
Some people told Janeesh that God was punishing him for becoming an Adventist.
God is so great! I feel His presence in my life and in the lives of my family members.
Pari is learning to love Jesus at her new school.
Arpita wants to follow Jesus because of how Jesus saved her mother’s life.
When Sunita has a special prayer request, she takes it to God at church.
Eleven-year-old Niharika lives with her Bible teacher in a remote corner of India.
The police put handcuffs on Pan’s wrist. They put the other side on the wrist of one of his friends.
Ghukato can’t stop talking about Jesus.
“We want to ask you something very important,” the man said. “We want you to marry our daughter.”
This quarter our mission focus has been on the South Asia Division.
Ellina wondered whether her teachers would understand her religious belief and excuse her from classes on Sabbath.
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