Norm continues his in depth conversation about Christian outreach in the emerging nation of Malawi.
Things are changing in Africa. And in some places change is coming at a blistering pace. Some change is not so good - others are profound and for the best. Norm's guests today sort out the differences in one important corner of what used to be the 'Dark Continent.'
Norm makes a new friend today. Jennifer Quigley is the voice of a new generation. If you think all young people are clueless on the issues of persecution around the world, think again. Working the halls of power in multiple nations, Jennifer is having a profound impact through the organization she represents, the Campaign for Burma.
What does a Christian look like? How old? What color? How rich or poor? How many people does he live with? Or is the average Christian a she? Mark Noll is Norm's guest today as they take a hard look at the reality of Christianity beyond the borders of our comfortable American village.
Norm concludes his discussion with 'George' as they discuss the future of Christian outreach in some of the world's most inaccessible places. Just because it's difficult to get to doesn't mean God is not interested!
There's an oasis of love and learning in the heart of India - many actually. And they are the centers of India Gospel League's amazing outreach to the orphans of that country. They're saving children, building minds and changing hearts. Norm concludes our tour of India with the Rev. Sam Stephens today.
How do you evangelize the most populous nation on earth? One village at a time. Sounds like a straight-forward proposition, no? But what if there are 500 thousand villages to reach? The India Gospel League is proving that faith means action, and that faithful action speaks louder than words. Norm continues this insightful interview with the Rev. Samuel Stephens.
The Rev. Samuel Stephens does things every day that we only read about in the Bible. Today Norm learns about the amazing breadth and depth of ministry of the India Gospel League. Our encounters with the church in India have tremendously influenced the ministry of Compassion Radio.
Norm discusses the common link between the nations of Afghanistan and Myanmar (Burma). Both are situated at the frontlines of faith. And both are experiencing the best and worst of the Christian life. It's the 1st Century all over again.
Norm welcomes back good friend and expert on the persecuted church, Terry Madison. In the country of Myanmar (Burma), Christian citizens are treated with contempt, harassment and even violence by their government. It is a truly closed and oppressive nation. Does that mean the Church is on the decline there? Hardly. But their lives truly are 'hard.' What can we do? Well, Compassion Radio is already doing it! You'll heard 'what' and 'how' today and tomorrow.