Story number 2 for 18 Aug 2003

By August 18, 2003

(North Africa)–Elsewhere, ministry in some countries is so sensitive that the location or worker cannot be revealed. Such is the case for a missionary team in North Africa. We spoke with YWAM’s ‘Andy’ about the challenges of working in a country openly hostile to the Gospel, “It is challenging because we’re not able to do any kind of public evangelism, of course, because it is an Islamic country. It’s really through one-on-one, sharing our faith, what many people call ‘friendship evangelism’ building relationships, building trust, and then sharing with them, God’s love.” ‘Andy’ says, compounding the issue, “There seem to be fewer workers compared to other areas of the world as well as resources, seem to be less going to these unreached areas. I think part of it is the church is not as aware of some of these areas, is not as knowledgeable that these areas are so unreached.” ‘Andy’ and his wife are staying at D&D Missionary Homes in Florida while in the United States.

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