Would you believe it is possible for people from countries all over the world to descend on one little town and work in harmony to accomplish a single goal? While it may seem like a fairy-tale, I saw it first-hand on a recent trip to Spain. I went there to visit one of HCJB Global’s offices and encountered a radio station broadcasting the message of Jesus Christ into the community. That radio station and the Good News it is transmitting is changing lives.
Let me tell you the story of Helena and Alexander, two children living in the city of Tashkent, Uzbekistan, in Central Asia. Alexander and Helena are just like any other children in their country except for the fact that their parents are Christians, and both children love the Lord Jesus.
Recently I attended a debate at the University College Cork (UCC) in Ireland. The topic was, "A motion to reject atheism," and some of the comments were both enlightening and disheartening. It was pretty clear that neither one of the non-atheists were Christians.