This week we continue our look back on some of the amazing testimonies God has allowed VOM Radio to share in 2018.
Brother Blake and Brother Joel told us about the state of the church, and the increased persecution, in China and how Chinese Christians wear out their Bibles.
Manfred Mueller challenged the way his fellow Germans—and many Americans—think about refugees, urging us to see a gospel opportunity.
“Sister Sahar” came to the US as a Muslim student from Saudi Arabia. Today she is a follower of Christ, and she shared ways we, as Christians, can reach out to Muslims we know today.
“Brother Fahdi” told us that God is at work in Yemen, drawing Muslims to faith in Christ.
Brother Aaron shared the story of how VOM’s help to a Christian family in Central Asia arrived at exactly the right time.
John Grooters, the director of Tortured For Christ—The Movie, shared an inspiring chapter from the life of Richard Wurmbrand, VOM’s founder.
George Verwer, the founder of Operation Mobilization, encouraged American Christians not to lose gospel focus, and to be intentional about sharing our faith in Christ with people around us.
If you’ve been blessed by these snippets from conversations on VOM Radio this year, you’ll want to go back and listen to the entire conversation with each of these guests:
Manfred Mueller, the head of VOM’s sister office in Germany: here.
“Sister Sahar,” from Saudi Arabia: here.
“Brother Fahdi,” talking about Yemen and other Middle Eastern countries: here.
Aaron, on VOM’s work in Central Asia: here.
George Verwer, the founder of Operation Mobilization: here.