Tyler Connell at the head of Ekballo project, has crisscrossed Window 10-40 countries for 3 years and now shares stories and videos of his journey to students at universities, such as Harvard, MIT, Clemton and others across the United States.
Ln his recent tour, he introduced young people to the terrible plight of populations and refugees, but also to the movement of the Spirit unprecedented in the history of the Middle East. Among the stories told, that of Daniel, young 24-year-old American from Vermont is overwhelming.
Tyler tells how young Christian volunteers go from house to house to visit Muslim families, to sit and talk with them in order to get to know and love them better.
“As trust is built, they begin to open up to the gospel. "
One afternoon, Daniel entered a white tent that housed eight people.
“Hi, I'm Daniel and I'm here to tell you about Jesus. "
He was not prepared for the reaction of the family who then panicked. The father was screaming. They were pale.
Thanks to the interpreter, Daniel finally understood that the night before his visit, the whole family were having tea together, when a man in white opened the door of their tent and stood at the entrance. The man was shining.
“Hello, my name is Jesus. I will send a man tomorrow named Daniel to tell you more about me. ”
Then he disappeared.
When Daniel arrived in the tent the next day, once the amazement had passed, family members questioned Daniel who was able to testify in faith. They all gave their lives to Jesus that day.
The father, a former member of the Free Syrian army and a pious Muslim, is now at the origin of an underground church and testifies to his faith in Jesus.
His 15-year-old daughter also testifies to their family members living in Saudi Arabia. The father realized this when he received the mobile phone bill! The whole family is therefore involved in evangelization.
Tyler said that in the predominantly Muslim, Buddhist and Hindu 10-40 window, there are 2,9 billion excluded, who have yet to hear that Jesus is the way to the Father.
“Therefore, we feel called by God to go to these dark places, and to capture what God is doing through the lives of missionaries who have left everything to live abroad. We follow them to show it all on college campuses, and to ignite the hearts of students to live for something bigger than themselves. "
source: God Reports
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