Discipleship is igniting in Asia

Biglife trains believers to make disciples of Jesus, leading to disciple-making movements.

The world is full of people in need of the redemptive hope of Jesus Christ—and Asia is no exception. Here you will find our latest updates and stories on the discipleship movement that is spreading across Asia, as well as resources to inspire faith.

Updates

7 hours ago

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"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”{Matthew 28:19-20}.Learn more at hubs.la/Q01b6MSz0 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Biglife South Asia
An update from one of our Asia leaders:."I visited a new Indian village for a medical camp and the Jesus Film showing. 95 people attended and heard the Gospel for the first time. After we showed the Jesus Film, a couple of families invited our local leader to come and teach them more about the Gospel. We prayed for many families and our time spent here was very fruitful. Praise Jesus!".Learn more about what is happening across the globe at hubs.la/Q01bmLYM0 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Biglife South Asia
In Cambodia, our team trained 28 additional leaders on how to multiply disciples of Jesus. Join us in praying for these leaders as they begin implementing what they learned. Pray for each of them to find persons of peace and to also pass the training along to others. .Learn more about this work at hubs.la/Q019YhFf0 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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In India, we are seeing many turn to faith in Jesus through the discipleship efforts of our team in this country. Pray for the Lord to protect and grow this work and use it to increasingly bring glory to His name. hubs.la/Q019YgDG0 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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The prayer and fasting theme for May is Prayer. .What comes to mind when you hear the word prayer? Joy? Guilt? Blessing? Obligation? Opportunity? Boring? Excitement? Pointless? Power? Time waster? Refreshing? There is a good possibility that the first thing that comes to mind is also how we view prayer..Our consistency in prayer, or the lack thereof, is likely linked to the reason why we pray in the first place. If the primary reason why we pray is motivated by anything other than our love and desire to spend time with our Creator, then it becomes very easy to have an inconsistent prayer life. .Cultivation is not an easy task, it takes time, determination, and hard work. Paul pleaded with the Christians in Rome to “strive together with me in your prayers” (Romans 15:30). The word for strive is agonizomai, where we get the word “agonize”. This word originally described the struggle of a wrestler in an athletic contest. Prayer is hard, yet rewarding work! .If you are not faithfully taking advantage of one day a month alone with the Lord and if you are not taking advantage of praying each week with your small prayer group or in the large prayer group once a month, make a commitment to do so. It will be a great blessing to you, to your family at Biglife and most importantly, to the Lord. View our global prayer map at hubs.la/Q019J-zZ0 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Biglife South Asia
Recently, our leader hosted a training for 64 young people (ages 15 - 19). Many, if not most, of them were cultural Christians who have not yet repented and begun to follow Jesus with their whole hearts. Our leader was assisted by six other leaders who he has discipled. Let's pray for abundant fruit and for laborers to rise up out of this time of training. Learn more about the training at hubs.la/Q019Clmf0 ... See MoreSee Less
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Recently in a conversation with a friend, it came to mind that one of the hardest parts in disciple making is seeing actual multiplication.
When people ask what I do, I can answer with how I typically respond, "We teach people how to be the body of Christ in a simple way and...
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Stories From Around The World
In Cameroon — Africa, due to heavy rains, truck engines catching fire, unpassable roads... our Biglife team could not get to an unreached people group named the Bomwalis for 5 months. But as you can imagine, the Lord made a way and Biglife later learned the Bomwalis had actually evacuated because of flooding and had not been in their homes for 5 months, but had now returned! Not only did Biglife, and our partner, not give up for five months, but the irony is not lost on us that the Bomwalis would not have even been there had they arrived earlier. Is God in control? We know He is! Bomwali believers are now reaching other Bomwalis for Jesus Christ, for the first time ever!
In 2010, the last church building in Afghanistan was destroyed. There may have been as few as 400 Christians in the whole country. But since then, we’ve seen thousands of people give their lives to Jesus Christ in Afghanistan! How? Through the witness of some former Pashtun Muslims, that became fervent Christ followers. These leaders, and other courageous disciples are getting more and more Muslim Outreach Bibles into the hands of truth-seeking Afghans, despite the threat of Taliban and ISIS killers.
Vijaya Lama used to worship Hindu idols in Nepal. He was also a handy thief. But when he stole a Bible, that stolen Word changed his life. He surrendered to Jesus. Now Jesus is using Vijaya to steal hundreds of Hindus back from the grip of idolatry and sin. He travels from village to village in the mountain passes of Nepal, determined that even if the police come to arrest him for sharing the freedom of Jesus, he will not deny Christ. This video tells the story of how God’s Word is changing Nepal, one heart at a time.
Dieu Sanh, a rice farmer and a former Buddhist, has been sharing the love of Jesus with the people of Vietnam for many years. The authorities of Vietnam responded by imprisoning Dieu Sanh for many years. All he had to do to gain his freedom was to promise to stop telling people about Jesus. Though he missed his family, Dieu Sanh refused every time. “I will preach Jesus,” he said. This video shows how Jesus miraculously made a way for Dieu Sanh to go free, and then to go into all Vietnam.