Stories From The Field
How In Touch is partnering with believers everywhere to bring hope to the hurting
Even today, the gospel remains largely unknown in Thailand.
Why Somwang Kongaew returns to prison week after week
A purpose found in serving the worldwide church
A conversation with In Touch Ministries’ Global Communications Team
After years of persecution, the Nuba people are being renewed.
With help from the Messenger, Nuban pastors are deepening their ministry.
Chaplain Jason Gunnels is always sharing the gospel—face to face and from a thousand miles away.
When Reed Skinner was forced to leave the mission field, it was a reminder of who God is—and how His work gets done in the first place.
Ann White’s tumultuous upbringing equipped her to care for women in prison and teach them about Jesus.
The most valuable gift Julie Beemer can give refugees in Lebanon is the love of her personal Savior.
Chris Todd brings hospitality to displaced families in Lebanon.
Mike Dawson used to be the Yąnomamö tribe’s sole source of Scripture, but today the Torch spreads God’s Word throughout the region.
The Fukuda family is working together to reach the people of Japan—one In Touch broadcast at a time.
After the Lord fulfilled Beth Puckett's dream to have family, He gave her another one—to love the people of Guyana.