Building Christ’s Church

Evangelism & Discipleship

Building Christ’s church throughout the world is our top priority. We do this by assisting indigenous ministries with the resources they need to reach the world’s last remaining unreached people groups with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

These resources include vehicles so missionaries don’t have to travel on foot, portable projectors and screens so they can show evangelistic films, Bibles and discipleship materials in local languages, simple church buildings, and training centers.

Indigenous ministries assisted by Christian Aid Mission have established hundreds of training centers where local believers are discipled and prepared to share the Good News with their own people. They are sending workers into the world’s most difficult mission fields, where false religions and hostile governments oppose God’s truth. With help from God’s people in developed nations, indigenous ministries will push back the gates of hell and establish a witness for Christ in every nation.

Evangelism & Discipleship Around the World

Evangelism & Discipleship

Gospel Creates Lives Peruvians Never Imagined

At a small nightclub in rural Peru, the blaring music was drowning out the message a local missionary was giving nearby at a three-day gospel event. Villagers asked the nightclub owner to turn the music off, and he grudgingly consented. He was further annoyed when the preacher and other Christians visited him the next day and invited him to attend that night’s evangelistic event.

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A Syrian Father’s Life-Changing Journey

A Muslim father of three in Syria, Achmed, dreamt that God told him He wanted him to know Him. It was unforgettable but left him uneasy, since he had no idea what the Almighty meant. Taking his family out of war-torn Syria, to Madrid, Spain, Achmed’s journey as a refugee was only beginning.

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Christ’s Light Brings a Breath of Fresh Air

Three tribal men in Vietnam had been friends for decades, helping each other through financial hardships, family struggles and illnesses by means of one great, shared love – marijuana. Illegal and condemned by the government since they were teenagers in the 1960s, marijuana seemed to be the only constant in their frequently unpredictable lives.

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