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Stories about how God is working among the neediest people in Asia and the Arab World
A Kiwi family in India discovers the most important road rule: you can do anything as long as you do it slowly enough.
EDITORIAL Interserve NZs National Director shares about the profound impact that India had on his life.
A Partner of Interserve Scotland writes about her attempts to reach out in love to those around her even across boundaries of shame and dishonour.
The team of missionaries are invited back to North Africa this time to teach share at the second largest university in the country.
Being public about our faith with Muslims in a way that expresses our love and allows the light of Christ to shine.
In July 2005 the dark side of Islam crashed into the daily life of Britain in the form of the London Transport attacks…
Christians can do a great deal to break down prejudices and remove barriers to Muslims experiencing Jesus.
AUSTRALIA God is bringing people from all over the world to Australia so that they can hear His good news.
Kelly a paediatric nurse works on a health care project in an isolated area in Central Asia.
A day in the life of Sue who has been working in the Arab world since 2004. Plus a fascinating insight into shame and honour.
EDITORIAL Interserve NZs National Director shares about the importance of hope-filled and gracious responses to Muslims.
What a simple question revealed about the shocking way in which some women in Central Asia are treated by their husbands and how he responded.