Our director of campus ministry, Ryan Miller, has a special Thanksgiving message to share with you! We would love to hear directly from you what you're most thankful for this year.
Sharing good news from the field
Meet our missionaries and catch a glimpse of what God is doing through Missions Door. Every day we hear incredible stories of how the Gospel is reaching new places and transforming more communities. When you sign up for our monthly email, you’ll be the first to receive encouraging stories and prayer requests from around the world.
Campus ministers at FSU spend a lot of time in public places, which is made possible by support through Missions Door. Walking to class, eating lunch, studying. They want to be there for the unexpected conversations that change lives, just like Diana’s.
Cambodia, 1989 – Radha eyes a woman selling her finest flowers. It’s a typical market, with the chatter of customers bargaining in Khmer mixing with a familiar scent of foods and spices. He isn’t interested in groceries or even flowers. But he needs to speak with that florist.
Rabbi Mottel Baleston has just officiated a Jewish wedding ceremony. The bride and groom are devout worshippers of Jesus Christ. Just like he is.
Ben was accepted to a Bible college in Arizona and moved to America. There was just one problem: Ben wasn’t a Christian.
Ahmed would daydream about the day his friends would become Muslims and they’d all set their heathen Bibles on fire. His friends continued to be kind and hospitable ... He was astonished by their humility and honesty.
Although Luis is ministering to Estuardo in the pizza shop, most of his ministry happens outside the restaurant. Right now he is involved in coordinating five church plants. Every other week, he drives over 600 kilometers to visit, advise, and encourage the families pastoring these new churches.
Soon after becoming a Christian, Edwin heard a sermon on Matthew 25 where Jesus teaches that if you feed and clothe the poor, you’re feeding and clothing Him. Edwin took this sermon personally. While still recovering from addiction, he began to invite the homeless and addicted to his home to do bible studies.
We typically define communities by where we find them geographically — where they’re located. But for Missions Door, our Christ communities are best defined as people coming together with a common interest for learning, fellowship, support services, and in all cases, a desire to know and love Christ.
Every three months, new believers walk from remote mountains and villages. They ride buses and boats for up to 18 hours, often not knowing where they will sleep and what they will eat when they arrive at their destination.