Global Work
From Consumers to Disciples
Oct 16, 2015
Counting Stars in an Empty Sky

FOR YOUR GIFT OF ANY AMOUNT

For the next few weeks, we will share some of the testimonies of God's work this year through featured installments of our  FY15 Annual Report. We hope that, as you read each story, you will see how God is accomplishing His purposes through this ministry and be reminded that every big work begins with a small act of faith.

From race riots to domestic terrorism to the legalization of same-sex marriage, 2015 was a spiritual turning point for the Western world as unprecedented challenges rocked our nation. In the midst of the chaos, Dr. Michael Youssef's bold confrontation of today's issues has positioned him as a powerful voice of Truth here at home.

"As false gospels spread from the pulpits to the pews, it's time for us to renew our commitment to God's Word."

On February 24, 2015, Dr. Youssef stood before thousands of Christian media professionals with a startling message: "I fear Islamic jihadis far less than I fear the Christian church departing from Biblical orthodoxy."

Dr. Youssef's address at this year's NRB Islam Sessions was a grace-filled warning to the church:  It is not outside threats, but those from within, that are destroying the church -- and as false gospels spread from the pulpits to the pews, it's time for us to renew our commitment to God's Word. It's time to get serious about making disciples.

Leading The Way is committed to seeing a generation of consumers transformed into disciples of Life of Jesus Christ. Our blueprint for this mission involves utilizing every major form of media to increase Biblical literacy -- from clear, Christ-centered messages, to 24/7 broadcasts, to a vast library of resources facilitating practical application of God's Word. By expanding our reach to family-friendly non-religious networks and through targeted broadcasting and follow-up efforts to reach Muslim audiences here at home, God is awakening those who might never consider watching a Gospel message.