What does a life fully surrendered to God look like? What if you could define it in just one word, or see it in just one man? Jesus is the perfect example of what living a life that is completely surrendered to God looks like. Jesus started His “ministry” at around age thirty. He left His home town and followed the Father’s leading in His search for disciples. He found men and women who were willing to not only follow Him, but were also open to the words He spoke to them. Jesus called these men and women persons of peace (Luke 10:6). Today, we at GCM strive to live and do ministry as Jesus did, looking to make disciples of the people of peace. In the West, the social context looks very different from the days of Jesus, but here in Restricted Islamic Nations it looks very similar. Christians are by far the minority and persecution such as beatings, arrests and rape are something we have to navigate. Here is a real-life story from one of our Disciple Makers, Sari.
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