Gospel Stories

Living Word Uganda is a unique opportunity for students in Uganda to gather together from across the country to study God's word...

There is great power in training up indigenous pastors. Vithalis in Uganda tells us why.

What’s it like to be a Christian in East Asia? Pete tell us...

David Cornes shares stories of God's Church being built in Tembisa, South Africa.

In Serbia, less that 0.1% of the population are Evangelical Christians. The HUB bible school is training leaders seeking to help grow the Church in this needy country.

Why a picture of a bear’s skull? Because in 1930 Mission Partner AT Houghton wrote a book about the faith of a woman from Burma. An episode in the book tells of how Tailum Jan fought off a wild bear by burying her machete in its skull. Read on for an extract from this children's classic.

In Chile, God’s Church is growing fast! Watch this video to hear more.

In Namibia, there are many remote farming communities without a church or pastor. Patrick Djuluume has received a Crosslinks bursary to be trained to know the word better and teach it to others.

Eliud received Christ while living as a drunkard in the slums of east Nairobi, Kenya. Since becoming a Christian, Eliud has committed himself to sharing the Good News of Christ with others.

Egla and Sarah are Crosslinks Study partner's, training for diplomas in theology. Both from very impoverished backgrounds, they tell here of the difference a Crosslinks bursary has made to their lives.