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Knocking on doors

Her face is full of joy, and her excitement for her job is clear. But how well do you know TeenStreet translator Agnes' story?

  • 'Don’t you need us anymore?'

    When life quieted down after years involved in sharing Christ's love in Eastern Europe, Risto and Terttu found themselves asking God what was next. The answer came in the form of a big bus.

  • Sharing what he learnt

    God showed Imad that He wanted him to not only teach local believers the Word of God but to teach his Muslim neighbours as well.

  • Being a bridge

    “I find it interesting: the different (cultures) and how we can all work together,” Ivy said. “We can live together and show that God is real. [He’s] not just in one culture, nor does God do things [one particular] way.”

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Serving people seeking truth

“From the time we arrived in North Africa until today, the spiritual situation has really changed. There are house churches in places where there were no house churches before. There is more interest among people in the gospel. The younger generation, they are interested. They are seeking for information; they want to know more,” explained Oliveira*(Brazil), who has served in the Middle East for over 20 years.

Since the Arab Spring, which began in 2010, Oliveira noticed that people in North Africa have been less fearful of asking questions—and searching for answers to those questions on the internet. Still, despite the increase in people seeking truth and evidence of new small groups of national believers meeting in various places, less than one per cent of the country’s population are Christians.

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