There are many people in the Arab world who have NEVER heard the good news about Jesus.
Just ponder for a moment. Millions of people currently in the Arab world have yet to experience the wonder of salvation.
But your gift today can help make this life-changing news accessible to people in the Arab world.
We need your support today
‘How can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can anyone preach unless they are sent?’
Romans 10 v 14-15
To be able to hear the message, the Apostle Paul points out in Romans 10 that someone needs to proclaim and explain it first.
We are determined to send more ‘gospel messengers’ into the Arab world to get alongside people like Ashfaq* who yearn to understand and apply the gospel.
I used to hate Christians, but I saw Christ in a dream. I have begun to follow Him and would like someone to help me understand the Christian faith more deeply.
Ashfaq, a Syrian refugee
Increase access to God’s Word
With increased gospel ministry, more people will have personal access to the teachings of Christ. Our workers are trained and available to journey with seekers and new believers. These precious people are the building blocks that Jesus is using to build His Church in the Arab world.
How you can help make Jesus known
Your gift to AWM-Pioneers can help support people like Ashfaq and Ibrahim receive and pass on the good news of Jesus in their communities.
Here are two simple ways you can support gospel witness today:
• Set up a standing order of £20 per month. We are asking the Lord to raise up 1,000 people to commit to giving £20 per month as we build for the future of the Arab world.
• Make a one-off donation. Please make a gift to AWM-Pioneers and launch new people into ministry in the Arab world.
Please give generously so that more people in the Arab world, like Ashfaq and Ibrahim, respond wholeheartedly to the good news and introduce others to Jesus.
GIVE ONLINE here to support our appeal today.
*Names have been changed and library images used for security.