Take Up Your Cross: The Inspiring Life of Nabeel Qureshi

 
For most North American believers, their decision to accept Jesus as Saviour was not a costly one. While they had to swallow their pride and humble themselves, they weren’t going to lose their friends and family over it. They probably began attending a church like our church in Sydney Mines. Although they might face mild teasing or exclusion from certain social activities, they were in no danger of being disowned or losing their lives. However, those who come to faith in Christ from a Muslim background pay an extremely high cost. Often, they must give up everything they love, including their family.
 

Here is the story of one such believer, Nabeel Qureshi.



Heroes of the Faith: Richard Wurmbrand

 

Born in Bucharest, Romania in 1909, Richard Wurmbrand grew up in a Jewish family.

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His Grace Is Sufficient: The Testimony of Joni Eareckson Tada

 

“The weaker I am, the harder I must lean on God’s grace; the harder I lean on him, the stronger I discover him to be, and the bolder my testimony to his grace.” 

The lady who wrote these words bears testimony to them with her life. Since 1967, she has been a quadriplegic, paralyzed from the neck down. Yet, through her suffering, she drew closer to God and learned how to lean on His grace. God has used her to minister to people of all ages and walks of life, and today she is “an international advocate for people with disabilities.” 

Here is the incredible testimony of Joni Eareckson Tada. Read more…