Twice the Mobility, Twice the Blessing


WILLS POINT, TEXAS (ANS) — Although Pastor Jahansuz tried to encourage every believer, it was impossible at times. One particular village was located five and a half miles away from his home. The pastor began to pray for the Lord’s provision, and he even asked the believers to pray with him.

Gospel For Asia (GFA) says in a ministry update, the Lord listened, and He provided after six years of persevering prayer.

Pastor Jahansuz was given a heavy-duty bicycle through the generosity of people like you! Finally, the pastor was able to do what he wanted: minister to his flocks.

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Through this bicycle, Pastor Jahansuz can more easily minister to other believers

“Since the pastor did not own a bicycle, he struggled a lot,” Abarja, one of the believers said. “We live in far places, and due to that, he could not visit us. But now, by God’s grace, the pastor is able to visit us and is encouraging us to grow in the Lord.”

Pastor Jahansuz’s bicycle brought immediate blessing, both to his ministry and life. Before, the pastor was only able to visit those within a six-mile radius, but now that range has almost doubled!

Not only does he provide transportation for any in need, but Pastor Jahansuz has also been able to visit and minister in five additional villages with the bicycle’s help. Now, many more people are hearing of God’s love.

Pastor Jahansuz is able to use his bicycle to travel much further than before. He is now able to share about the love of Christ with more people and give out gospel literature (as seen in this picture).

Through this bicycle, Pastor Jahansuz can more easily minister to the believers in his area and bring the love of God to so many more. GFA supporters made this story and countless others like it possible.

*Names of people and places may have been changed for privacy and security reasons. Images are GFA stock photos used for representation purposes and are not the actual person/location, unless otherwise noted.

The author of this story, Michael Ireland, is a self-supported media missionary with ANS. Click here to support him as a missionary journalist.