“This was a crash course in discipleship.” “It felt like we were living out the Acts of the Apostles.”
Their livestock grew fat and gave so much milk that they spilled the excess into the desert sand.
This is a fresh, herby frittata typically served at Nowruz (Persian New Year). Serve with flatbread and natural yoghurt
Iran is world-famous for the ancient monuments that bear witness to their stories, along with beautiful mosques, palaces and gardens.
Its growth has been explosive over the last few decades, despite oppression from a strict Islamic regime.
But we must still send and go to the least-reached places.
In 1991, Simon and Sue* founded the Frontiers British Sending Base. We asked them to tell us their story:
‘Planting Churches in Muslim Cities’… “Wow, you can do that? How cool!”
Ben and his family are reaching out to migrant workers in the Arabian Gulf. His prayer life has been transformed, and happily his heart health is also much improved!
Wednesday 4th SeptemberUrban poorIn contrast with the wealthy lives of some in urban areas, are those living in the Muslim ghettoes of Gujarat.Ghettoes might give the ide...