Church Planting in Iraq Through… Agriculture? With Justin Carney

The early 2000’s wasn’t a prime time for Americans visiting Iraq. But that’s when Justin Carney, a son of a Kansas farmer, found himself called to the mission field in an undeniable way. On today’s episode, Justin shares stories of death-defying ministry to mullahs and how God used his ministry to plant the gospel in the surprisingly fertile soil of the Middle East—and how the literal soil of Iraq is opening doors for business as mission today.

Justin Carney is the Director of Business Development for FaithLink. If you’d like to get in touch with him, email alex@missionspodcast.com so we can protect his work in secure countries.

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