- There are probably more Christians in China now than members of the Communist Party.
- In Asia, the T4T training has resulted in more than 1.7 million baptisms over the past 10 years.
- In India, a Hindu nation, one house church network with which I am familiar, is seeing around one million baptisms per year.
- Now seems to be God’s time for the Muslim world. In one nation we know, there are thousands of house churches. In another area of the Middle East, there is a movement that has more than 12,000 house churches.
- A Buddhist nation has seen more than 110,000 new believers in the past 10 years.
- In 1991, when the Communists lost control of Mongolia, there were maybe four or five known Christians. Estimates are that now, just over 20 years later, there are around 100,000.
- In Africa, Rolland and Heidi Baker have seen more than 10,000 new churches formed in Mozambique and the surrounding nations.
A few years ago, all of this would have seemed impossible. We may not be seeing huge numbers here in the West, but God is on the move in much of the rest of the world. Most (not all) the examples I’ve given here have occurred with disciple-making movements/church-planting movements. In these movements, the emphasis is on what is going on outside of the traditional church building. Ordinary believers are making disciples and leading small groups that eventually meet as churches. More