Reports from the Field

Personal accounts and stories of how God is working through Reaching Souls and our National Missionaries.

Immigrants Accepting the Gospel at the Bus Stop

In recent weeks, we have seen hundreds of immigrants at the northern bus station. There are people from Venezuela, Honduras and Guatemala. On their journey, they shared with us the tiredness, the violence, and the injustices they experienced because of their immigrant status. They also share with us the dreams…

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A Widower Come to Christ

My name is Augustin. I am saved. I have been honored by God Almighty to serve Him as an evangelist and a church planter by expanding His kingdom here and there among the least-reached people in Burundi. I cannot take it for granted to be selected among so many people…

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A Reminder: Jesus Came for Us the Sinners

A lady named Violet is 26 years old and is from the village. She was a prostitute for over 6 years. She had a negative attitude toward the gospel. I met her during my one-on-one meeting, and I preached to her. She was very rude, but by the grace of…

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A U-Turn to Christ Jesus

During open-air meetings, we have been going and ministering in a certain village. In this village, there is no church, but a lot of families brew beer. Upon arrival, we organized our equipment at the house where we agreed to host our open-air meeting. During the time I was ministering, I noticed…

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A Barren Woman Came to Christ

Rosalina is a 35-year-old woman. She has been married for about 17 years, and she never conceived. Her husband almost married a second wife. He used to despise her in so many ways, and many times he tried to drive her away back to her father’s home, but Rosalina never…

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Breaking Generational Curses

Wilman tells us that Mrs. Fela comes from a lost family. Her life was in a terrible moment because her son drowned, and her daughter was imprisoned for homicide. She was in such bad shape that she was thinking of quitting life. We give thanks to God that in a…

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