Christar cultivates Christ-honoring transformation where He is yet to be worshiped.

Christar cultivates Christ-honoring transformation where He is yet to be worshiped.

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Pray for the refugees and immigrants who attend an English class held by workers in the United States, asking that they will be open to the gospel.

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Who Sinned?

Dan’s father has dealt with physical disabilities for the better part of a century. When he visited his son, a Christar worker serving in the Middle East, Dan got a glimpse of why God may have allowed his dad to endure this struggle—and an example of how he could communicate the gospel to an often- neglected population.

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Project

The Málaga Valley Initiative

Through the Málaga Valley Initiative, Christar is connecting Christian college students with open doors to minister to least-reached people, introducing them to ways in which God could use their careers for His purposes among those who haven’t yet been introduced to the gospel.

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G5 Initiative

2018-2019 Special Project

Sharing the Treasure

Steve Coffey, Director, Christar U.S.

As followers of Christ, we have a treasure in God and His kingdom (Matthew 13:44). The good news is that this treasure is not limited to certain places or people. It is for all peoples—from every language, people group and nation. At Christar, it is our joy to communicate the unsurpassed value of this treasure by serving the needs of others through our lives, professions, skills and words. As we do so, we are privileged to see churches established among peoples who have never had one in their own language, culture or proximity.

Steve Coffey, Director, Christar U.S.