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.  


God hears and answers our prayers! What a comfort to know and believe that truth. If you need proof, look around your life for a few minutes. Remember the prayers you’ve prayed. Say thank you for each answer you see.   During March 2022, Reach A Village invites you to be part of the 4th Annual Month of Prayer. This is our opportunity to pray together for specific requests from our ministry partners worldwide. The Prayer Calendar provides one prayer request for each of the 31 days in March.    Our staff is here to pray for you also. We invite you to share your prayer requests with...

Meet three people whose lives are now on a different course because of the faithfulness of Reach A Village’s ministry partners.

- A young woman in Belarus is now a follower of Jesus because Yaroslav answered God's call to come to her village and share the Gospel.

- A young man in Ukraine is now a follower of Jesus because Kirill shared the Gospel with him as they rode the train together.

- A wife and mother in Cambodia is now a follower of Jesus because Piseth knocked on her door and told her she could find hope in God’s Word.

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Travel in Bulgaria can be challenging, especially during the hot, dry days of summer. Two of Reach A Village’s ministry partners there are committed to doing an annual summer visiting tour around the country. They take time to meet with and encourage local ministry leaders who are sharing the Gospel in remote villages.

During one of their visits in summer 2021, they met *Blagoy who leads teams of local believers as they tell others about Jesus. Blagoy asked them to go with him on a special visit while they were there.

“There are many unreached Muslims in a nearby village,” Blagoy told them...

“My whole life was in troubled storms,” says Rubik. “I was constantly angry. I knew how to repair heating systems very well, but I didn’t want to work. I was drinking and living a sinful life.”

Rubik grew up in a village in Armenia. He always believed he was the best person in his neighborhood. But soon after he and his wife got married, he became the worst person he knew. “When she tried to express her opinion about something, I got very angry at her,” he says. “I even beat her. I remember this with great shame now.”

As a father, Rubik was no better. He made all the decisions for their...