Persecution

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BJP advances unhinderedNoel Becchetti of Asian Access and MNN’s Katey Hearth discuss the BJP’s rise to power in India and the trouble upcoming elections hold for Christians...

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Dear Friends, thank you for your partnership in coming alongside leaders in Asia. I am grateful for you and wanted you to see this brief video of thanksgiving. Pastors and leaders across Asia have asked me to thank everyone who prays for them, supports them, and partners with them. Persecuted pastors are especially thankful for your prayers. You are much appreciated...

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Watch Joe Handley share Asian Access' new plans to:
1) Launch leader development in a new country this year;
2) Begin exploring a second new country soon after;
3) Launch a new marketplace ministry, in which Asian Access takes lessons learned in 35+ years of pastoral training and apply it in developing business leaders.

Joe also reports a significant milestone that...

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 Inspiring attitude despite eight pastors imprisoned.

A2's Noel Becchetti learned from Asian leaders there is a new wave of persecution in their country. When he offered to pray for them, he was surprised to hear the leaders say: "Pray that we would be bold and stay bold as we face this new time of struggle."

For more info: http://www.asianaccess.org/persecutedpastor

Watch the clip...

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You'll be surprised to hear the answer!

Noel Becchetti of Asian Access asked an A2 national church leader how he accounted for the phenomenal growth of the church in his country, where it's grown from a couple hundred leaders to now nearly 2 million in about 25 years. The leader gave two clear reasons that you would not have guessed.

Find out what they are...

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(Photo cred: Asian Access)USA (MNN) — When you’re at a missions conference, you’re bound to run into someone you know. That’s what keeps happening at the Missio Nexus Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

Many MNN friends are here: InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, The Mission Society, Asian Access, Living Water International, World Mission, to...

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117599-hard-callingThe spring 2014 issue of Leadership Journal had a powerful article by J.R. Briggs, Transforming Failure: How God used a painful season of ministry to change my life.

The article posts these difficult statistics about the tough calling that pastors have today..

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Joe-HandleyIt is a nearly unbearable feeling reading about brothers and sisters around the world who are being persecuted for their faith and feeling helpless in knowing how to respond. This is true in situations like the current catastrophe of Iraqi and Syrian Christians as well as in the everyday persecution friends face in many corners...

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noel-becchetti-2012-webOn a day that Americans celebrate their country's birthday, and the religious freedom that comes with it, many brothers and sisters in Christ across Asia are facing tremendous persecution. Asian Access is standing with these persecuted church leaders and you can too.

MNN’s Ruth Kramer interviews Asian Access’ Noel Becchetti about persecution issues hitting A2 pastors and church leaders in several undisclosed countries.  Noel issues call to prayer and ways to help.

Listen to the audio interview:
{mp3remote}http://www.asianaccess.org/mnn/06-30-14noelbecchetti.mp3{/mp3remote}

Sponsor a pastor: http://www.asianaccess.org/persecutedpastor

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