April 05, 2018

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A short JESUS Film story ... "Daddy, what does your tattoo mean?"

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An inspiring account of how through an Afghani man

& the JESUS Film, God was faithful ...

A young Afghani boy, (we will call him Adam to protect his identity),
noticed a tattoo on his dad’s arm one day.
Though curious, he and his dad never talked about
the significance of the tattoo.
His family and the entire nation of Afghanistan were
struggling through a civil war.

Unfortunately, the man’s father was killed and the secret of
the tattoo died with him.

Adam eventually fled Afghanistan to safety in Germany.
He was placed in a transition home near a church where
Jesus Film® partner ministry Elijah21 was providing a meal and
a movie to refugees.
Adam attended and watched “JESUS” and, for the first time,
understood the meaning of his dad’s cross tattoo.
That day, he accepted the Good News and began
his new life with Christ.

Refugees in Germany watching "JESUS."
When people open their hearts to Christ,
their lives are changed forever!
Adam’s story is just one of many that Elijah21 shares about
people who are coming to faith through their
meal-and-film-showing outreaches.
Elijah21 is using the “JESUS” film to reach many of the refugees
from Syria, the Middle East and Central Asia who are
seeking hope and a new life in Germany.
Please join in praying for Adam and the work of Elijah21.
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