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.  


Nadzieja is 23 years old and serving a five-year sentence in one of Poland’s prisons. “Some may think that's a long time in prison,” she says. “If I hadn't been in here, I would been dead by now.”

Born into a happy family, Nadzieja loved and trusted her parents. That is, until the day they began partying and drinking alcohol with their neighbors. As an 11-year-old girl, she was living in a nightmare.

“When my parents were drunk, they sent me to the room where our neighbors’ older sons were,” Nadzieja says. “Those boys molested me over and over. When my parents and I returned to our home at...

Yeva was worried. About her daughter, Kayiane. About her two grandchildren. Her concern drew her to a place where she knew they could find help and meet Jesus.

Summer camps in Armenia provide many opportunities for children — and their families — to encounter Jesus. “We are reaching families that have had little or no interaction with the church or religion,” says Malik, one of Reach A Village’s ministry partners. “Through our Summer Camps, we have the time to introduce them to God and His Word.”

Armenia’s Summer Camp program focuses on the issues and problems that are troubling the...

Praying for the sick is a common ministry for followers of Jesus. Praying with people who are so sick they cannot leave their beds is the special calling of Pastor Boris. He is one of the most dedicated servants of God in the northwestern region of Bulgaria.

One day, Pastor Boris and his wife received an invitation from Vera’s relatives, asking them to come to her home and pray for her. She was in great pain, both physical and spiritual. She and her family knew about Jesus, but they didn’t know him as their Lord and Savior.

For two months, Pastor Boris visited Vera and prayed for her. Then...

As a young boy, Johnny was full of hatred and bitterness toward many people, especially the military people in his remote village in the Philippines. “We were so isolated that the only food we had was what our parents could plant and grow in the mountains and in the rice field,” he recalls. “All the work was done manually. It took months of hard labor before we could harvest anything.”

When harvest time came, the military people demanded that the local people give them food. If the local people refused, they were tortured. The military people forcefully took the food or animals from them. “I...