With Islam continuing to grow at a rapid pace, Horizons International Asia is promoting and hosting events to help equip the church in Hong Kong with a better understanding of how to reach and engage with Muslims.
Horizons International's Director of Kurdish Ministries, Nihad, returned this May from a short term missions trip in Syria between Aleppo and Afrin. He spent five days on this trip partnering in ministry with the Good Shepherd Church.
Turkey is one of the largest unreached nations in the world, with less than one percent of the Turkish population identifying as Christian.
A and B are missionaries that have been serving for several years as Horizons Staff in Cape Town, South Africa. For security reasons we cannot share their names. The following is wonderful ministry success story written from their perspective. When a seed is planted in a person's life, you never know how or when God … Continue reading Amazing Ministry Story from Partners in South Africa
The Lighthouse as a Symbol A lighthouse is a beautiful symbol of the radiating light of Christ. The refugees around our centers in the Middle East are coming from a dark place. War, death, depression, PTSD, and horrible living conditions are only a few examples of the darkness overwhelming the life of a refugee. Not … Continue reading What is a Horizons lighthouse?
Sako, a Horizons International staff member, lead a team of interns from Taiwan and Sri Lanka on an outreach event in the Jal Dib region of Lebanon where they distributed 180 New Testaments to people passing by who were interested. On the side of the road, Sako met a man named Nizar from a Muslim … Continue reading Jesus Visits a Muslim Man in a Dream
This past month, a couple from our Horizons Missions team went on a trip for seven days to Syria. For security reasons we cannot mention their names or where they were. While there, they lead five church services which included 30 minutes of worship and 30 minutes of sharing the word at each. They also … Continue reading Horizons Missionaries Report on Their Recent Trip to Syria