Stories From The Field
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.
After the Lord fulfilled Beth Puckett's dream to have family, He gave her another one—to love the people of Guyana.
The Fukuda family is working together to reach the people of Japan—one In Touch broadcast at a time.
How Fred and Rosella Sawatsky use their home as an outpost of God’s kingdom
Phil DuFrene shares his love for Jesus with seafarers by getting on board.
In a region of Kenya where non-Muslims are persecuted, James Okafor continues to share God’s love and Word.
Cyrus Khorsani may have fled Iran, but he did not abandon his brothers and sisters in Christ.
For his customers, it's just another ride. But for JP, it's a chance to share the gospel.
How Roman infrastructure aided the spread of Christianity
I thought God needed me. I was wrong.
When it comes to sharing our faith, too often we’re missing a key component.
In 2007, In Touch began a new way in reaching those who weren’t able to hear the message of the gospel. Today we celebrate a milestone and continue to look towards the future with the celebration of the 1 millionth Messenger.