By Art Toalston
Contributing writer, B&R
Interviewing a missionary in Ecuador some years back, my heart was gripped when he spoke through tears of the persecution experienced by the indigenous people he worked among in the Andean mountains.
It was midday, we were in a cold, dark room. All I could do was sit there and dig for empathy within my soul as he cried.
In a conference more recently, I saw a husband and wife, missionaries to Russia, cry as they described their love for the people they had served. [Read more…]