The Bible is full of people who experienced transformation upon meeting Jesus. Through Him, the blind gained their sight, the paralysed got up and walked. He even called people back from the dead.

Jesus’ miracles are not limited to the pages of the Bible, though. He is transforming lives today and inviting people like Catea, Ahmet and Samuel (scroll to the bottom of page) as well as you and me to be a part of His plan to reach the nations.

There are billions of people who don’t yet know Christ’s love, but that, too, can change through Jesus. He is using His followers around the world to touch people’s lives by offering them the hope, love, joy and peace only found in Him.

Be a part of the change.


Here are just some of the ways your gift can make a life-changing difference.


Discovering more about Jesus

Provide Bibles, teaching aids and other resources to help new believers grow in faith.


Training and support

Help local Jesus followers share the good news of God’s love in their own communities.


Meeting essential needs

Distribute food packages and meet practical needs in Christ’s name.


Supporting workers in crisis situations

Provide support for workers facing hardship, persecution and extreme conditions.


Together, we can mobilise and equip more Jesus followers around the world—like Samuel, Nigel, Catea and Ahmet to share the transformational love of Christ where He is not yet known.


Free Advent resources


Download our free advent calendar today and join us as we see how Jesus has changed the lives of people just like you and me. Each week we will look at one Bible passage and six stories of Jesus followers from all over the world. Complete a challenge every day that relates to what you read—after all, the transformational love of Christ is too good to keep to yourself.



Download free colouring pages for children or adults to colour as you read aloud and talk about each week’s stories.



When his country in South Asia was hit particularly hard by the second wave of the coronavirus, Samuel* and other Jesus followers started reaching out to people in their community, offering prayer and, in some cases, food relief packages. "The Lord blessed that," he said. "We saw new fellowships forming. In all of our lives, we have never shared the gospel with so many people."



Ahmet* grew up in a small Turkish village. From a young age, he remembers pondering the purpose of life and having a spirit that “was always like a restless boat without an anchor.” Years later, while living in South Africa, Ahmet met Jesus followers for the first time and asked them to take him to church.



A small church in Moldova recently started delivering warm meals to elderly people in the community. Driven by another member of the church, Catea is the one who delivers the food to ten people five days a week.

Initially, the recipients were sceptical – wondering if the meals were really free and how long they would last. But having Catea visit reliably each week has built up trust and started relationships.