by Julia Outkina
W hen Pastor John Carter came to Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, to preach the everlasting gospel, no one could have predicted that the woman who would one day lead 3ABN’s ministry in that country would be sitting among the thousands of people in the Sports Palace. This is Julia Outkina’s story.
Pastor John Carter came to [...]
Love That Grows Comments Off
by Julia Outkina
Doing MORE for Jesus Comments Off
For some, the search for Jesus begins in childhood. A simple love turns into a relentless quest for a closer walk with Him. However, others get started down a different path—until a loving Savior intervenes.
“I was born in South Bend, Indiana, to good parents,” Dennis Fisher begins. “I was one of six kids, and my [...]
by Hal Steenson
She was crying so hard I could barely make out what was being said over the phone, so I slowly calmed her down by telling her that no matter what had happened, everything would be all right. That was when I finally understood what she had been saying, “I need prayer; I’ve hit [...]
The Constant Seeker Comments Off
Georgie Livingston has always loved the Lord. However, Satan has never been happy about that, and has tried his very best to destroy her chances for happiness and eternal life. But praise God, for “He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world.” 1 John 4:4. As we talked with [...]Read More
Should We Block His Calls? Comments Off
by Joe O’Brien
In October 2001 Brian called 3ABN’s Pastoral Ministries Department to complain about God. As I listened, Brian shared with me why he thought God was a very poor and unfair manager of human affairs. He had lost a relationship with a lady friend; he had lost his brother to an untimely death; and [...]
Captive No More Comments Off
by Grace Yost
Who is a captive? Perhaps you’re thinking of the one who’s behind bars of steel—but that’s not all. Satan holds billions of people captive—and only a fraction of them are in literal prisons.
Such are the lives of a young woman and a young man in this story. They both had a similar background, having grown [...]
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by Teresa Bonilla
At times we don’t realize the impact of the little things we do. However, they often have an impact for eternity. Not too long ago I received what seemed to be a normal phone call. A lady thanked us for our programming and gave me her prayer request, but as the conversation developed things [...]
Where We Want to Be Comments Off
We’re so grateful for all those who have volunteered their services to this ministry over the years. But what motivates someone to sell their business, donate the proceeds to 3ABN, and move here to volunteer? We sat down with Don and Grace Yost recently to find out.
“I first heard about 3ABN from my mother,” Don [...]Read More
No Coincidence Comments Off
by John Dinzey
Recently, Pastor Armando Miranda, vice president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, related a remarkable story to us. While traveling in Texas for an event earlier this year, he met a fascinating couple who had told him of an amazing “coincidence.”
Gabriel and Minerva Hernandez live in what they call “The Valley” in [...]
More Precious Than Gold Comments Off
Republic, Washington, is nestled among the mountains on the northeastern side of the state. Originally dubbed Eureka, the settlement’s first name aptly described the excitement created by the discovery of gold in the late 1890s.
There are many things that make Republic special, but perhaps nothing is more precious to Leroy and Colleen Sharp than a [...]