Michael: the "Simplicity Evangelist"

Michael Vier travels and lives in this van, which he has converted into a tiny house on wheels. This has become a fantastic platform for evangelism. Are you willing to live an "unusual" life, so that your lifestyle will give weight to your words? 

This is an example of one of many props Michael uses to start conversations about Jesus. 

Here are two of the 5 "portholes" that Michael uses to teach the parable of the sower.

Michelle: Missions by Teaching

Michelle serves on an evangelism team in a restricted-access nation. They build relationships with college students using ESL, and then share Jesus with them.

"Tom", the Bible Smuggler

Unmarried Christians can take risks more easily than married ones. Don't squander your life in safety. Learn from "Tom", a veteran worker in restricted nations.

Gracia: Ministry as a Single Mom

Gracia Burnham and her husband Martin served with New Tribes Missions in the Philippines. They were kidnapped by Islamic terrorists and held for ransom in the jungle for over a year. During their rescue, Martin Burnham was killed, leaving Gracia a single mother of 3 children.

In this interview, she shares about how she ministered to her children, ensuring that her "public" ministry did not rob her children of their remaining parent. Her words bring encouragement to every single mother.

To learn more about Gracia or to contact her, visit www.graciaburnham.org.

Video summary of the Burnham's story: https://vimeo.com/271737911

Andrea: Redirected by Health Problems

Andrea wanted to leave her German homeland to serve the spiritual and physical needs of children in Africa. But God used health problems to redirect her course. She teaches women at the European Bible Training Center in Berlin, Germany. She also works in the Biblical counseling department and ministers to disabled children. To learn more about Andrea's work (and even see a brief video about her) visit https://ebtc-online.org/en/spenden/andrea-martens/

Byron: the Widowed Pastor

If the Lord took your wife, how would you and your ministry be affected? Byron Banta recounts how God's grace has strengthened him in the 23 years since Shirley's death.