Daily Topic for July 04, 2015

Luke 15:20, NET
So he got up and went to his father. But while he was still a long way from home his father saw him, and his heart went out to him; he ran and hugged his son and kissed him.

Chinese culture places a high value on not being shamed. Elders and family leaders are especially vigilant about making sure they live in honor. This father, who represents our Heavenly Father, is willing to run to His wayward son and publically show affection to him. What an over-the-top way to describe how much our Heavenly Father wants us to turn to Him!

Pray that worldwide the people will soon have skits presented to them that will demonstrate the intense love that God has for all nations.—KC

The God’s Story Project (TGSP)

by VA

Though Dorothy Miller’s earthly flame has now been extinguished, the brightness of The God’s Story Project (TGSP) burns on. The God’s Story video is now available in more than 300 languages and has been played on solar-powered audio players in 80 different countries around the world. TGSP is also branching out in hopes of reaching modern, urban audiences by offering the Hip Hop God’s Story, which integrates a rhyming style with the spoken Word.
The home page of The God’s Story website tells of a Burmese man and his wife who received Christ after watching The God’s Story video in their own language. Both accepted Christ as a result of watching the video. The man was 116 years old!
A national who ministers to 18 Muslim students in the Philippines testified to introducing her students to the STS program, and all 18 of them are now preparing themselves to do cross cultural work within the 10/40 Window.
Using the STS method, a woman ministering in India taught a young crippled girl the story of the woman who was sick for 12 years and was healed by Jesus. She emphasized the healing touch of Jesus until the girl understood. Shortly thereafter, the girl was healed. Dorothy Miller’s vision marches on!

Learn more at joshuaproject.net

Pray that the work of TGSP translators, narrators, production teams, missionaries, and national believers will continue, and that many will come to know and love Jesus Christ for decades to come.

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