The Last of the Mohicans

Sonnenuntergang aus der Luft

We are not!

In 1826 James Fenimore Cooper published his novel “The Last of the Mohicans,” the theme of which is the fall of the North American Indian tribes.  This title has become synonymous with the end of a group of people.  A picture might tell the story in the melancholy view of the sun setting.

In Western Europe, Christians are becoming scarcer.  In some countries only 2-5 percent of the population attends church services and there is a feeling that this is a dying people.  The last light is turned off and the door of the church quietly closes, disappearing from the scene.  What remains is a cemetery rest for Christendom.

But when I talk to schools and universities, telling the history of Diospi Suyana, I see something exactly contrary to this misjudgment.  Faith in the man on the cross is real, alive, and has a future perspective.  Around the world, millions of people decide to confess their commitment to Jesus Christ.  In Africa, Asia, and South America large areas continue to see growth in Christianity.

A dramatic example of this amazing growth is seen in the life of Angus Buchan, a South African farmer.  As a young man, he decided to entrust his life to God.  In 2008, he invited other farmers to a conference of faith on his farm.  Two-hundred forty participants accepted his invitation.  In 2010, some 400,000 came to hear the preaching of Angus Buchan.  His event attracted more guest than the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa attracted in tourists.

The western materialism can bring us a Caribbean vacation, but it cannot answer our basic questions: How do I deal with my guilt? 2. Who fills my life with purpose?  3. Is there hope after death?

Jesus Christ has solved these issues and that is why churches in many countries around the world are full and belief is spreading like wildfire.  /KDJ

Teaser Grundschule Frechen
Elementary school students of a school in Frechen hear and see what faith in Jesus Christ has done at Diospi Suyana. Right: Headmaster Konrad Wolters explains why he is excited about Diospi Suyana.
Volle Kirchen im Chaco
February 2013: I speak in front of hundreds of listeners in a church in Paraguay. Many people sit outside the church windows due to lack of space.
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