During the week before Thanksgiving, we saw God do a mighty work in the nation of Myanmar when more than 170,000 people overflowed a three-day Crusade in Yangon, that country’s largest city, to hear the Gospel. It was a historic moment for churches there—Myanmar is a country where Christians have long endured persecution and where evangelism has

been severely limited for decades by military governments. But when God opens the door, no opposition can shut it. Christians boldly showed up at the Crusade from all over the country, bringing nonbeliever friends and loved ones with them. One small church near Yangon went door to door in their community inviting people—they ended up needing a bus because 70 neighbors wanted to come.  CONTINUE