Reports from the Field

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

Young Cubans Find Christ

RSI Missionary posing with students

Jesús, the brother testifies to us with joy that he was able to take some young people from his mission and prepare them to be able to have a sporting meeting with a group of young people from his community to be able to approach them and be able to…

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By God’s Grace

Juvenal, RSI Missionary

It is a great joy for me to share a testimony of what the Lord God did to me as I went to proclaim His word in prison. However, I believe it would be good if I first introduce myself. I am God’s servant, appointed as an evangelist missionary, working…

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The Goodness of God

A group of African missionaries with evangelism material

As a pastor and an evangelist in the rural area, I have a lot of things to talk about, especially in the time of the coronavirus pandemic in our country, Zambia. This time around, most church members have stopped coming to church—meaning there is no offerings or tithes and other…

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168 Saved in Distant Village

A group of African missionaries socializing outside

Glory always be to the Lord for His caring and guidance during this pandemic period. Despite the COVID-19 hindrances, I managed to proclaim the Good News of our Lord Jesus Christ in five villages. This month, 241 one-on-one contacts were made, and 168 of them were saved. Due to the…

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Yuseph the Wizard

Yuseph the wizard

Recently, I was preaching at an Open-Air Meeting at the market. An old man named Yuseph came to the market by motorcycle with his son. When I was still preaching, at the end of my message, I made an invitation. This old man came in front and he surrendered his…

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Doors of Evangelism

A brick building in Zambia

The advent of COVID-19 in Zambia in mid-March and the consequent action of the government, that of prohibiting large gatherings, somewhat negatively affected my Gospel propagation, especially in urban centers where only up to 50 people were allowed to gather for a very good reason. This situation left me with…

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