Stories of Transformation through Christ!

More than one million villages still have not heard the Gospel. You can help us reach as many as possible. People, just like these, are waiting to be transformed by Christ.

Every village that is reached results in amazing stories of transformation through the power of Jesus Christ. These are real stories of real people.  


The majority of Serbians have never heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Marija is one of those people.

Marija is 16 years old and grew up in a family where she heard little teaching or conversation about God. Imagine life without knowing God’s unconditional love. Life without songs of praise or prayer or the truth of God’s Word.

Hope came to her home when her parents became believers after a local ministry leader shared the Gospel with them. Reach A Village’s ministry partners are hard at work in Serbia. They are continuously engaged in identifying and training new ministry leaders. The key...

Dahil understands village life in his home country of Bulgaria. He grew up in a village and knows from experience what the residents are facing each day. “I love telling others about Jesus,” he says. “I want all the people of my country to know Him as their Lord and Savior. That is where they will find the hope they need.”

Despite the restrictions and sheltering in place orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year, Dahil stays in touch with believers in his home village. He continues to care for their spiritual needs to the best of his ability. The newly planted church there now has more...

Before age 30, Mateusz had lost the battle with addiction many times. His father introduced him to alcohol when he was only 10 in his home country of Poland. Soon, addiction took over his life.

At age 18, Mateusz lost his father and spiraled into despair. His mother put him in a rehab facility, where he heard about Jesus. “I met many people with problems just like mine,” he recalls. “But they were kind and happy. They sang and prayed together. They told me how Jesus had changed their lives.”

As soon as he left the facility, Mateusz tried to drown his pain again. He spent the next three...

Anushuk in Armenia knows what is like to be without a father. Hers passed away during a war in 2016. Now, she lives with her mother in one of the local villages. She misses her father and felt jealous when she saw her classmates’ fathers caring for their children. Sometimes she became aggressive and angry at her mother.

While playing with her cousins one day, she heard some children talking about a summer camp near her aunt’s house. She and her cousins were excited and did join the other children there.

On their first day at camp, Anushuk felt happy because she was surrounded by lots of...