The pandemic has made life even harder for Ukraine’s many Roma people. But Global Action graduate, Pastor Maxim Dzhum, is on the ground providing assistance and encouragement to families in need. This encouraging video provides a small glimpse into the difference an equipped leader can make in a hard place!
Neten* understands faithfulness to his king. Neten served as one of the king’s personal bodyguards in the Buddhist monarchy of Bhutan. But when alcoholism began destroying his life, he had to step away from his service to the king. It was during this time that he encountered the true King of Kings, who changed his life entirely. He was redeemed from alcoholism, and when the king called him to come back to his service, Neten boldly replied, “I have found my true King, and I want to join his army.”
And Neten has been doing just that: sharing the Gospel among the Bhutanese people. But he longed for training so that he could be more effective in his ministry. He had no money, and there are no seminaries in his country. Then God brought Global Action to him. Neten graduated in our first Bhutanese class, and since that time he has been training 20 additional Bhutanese leaders through our program. He is transforming his country from the inside out, going places that Western missionaries could never reach. He is a true servant of the King.
*Name and image changed for security.
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