I first heard of the Ekballo Project nearly three years ago, summer of 2012. Tyler Connell and I were sharing a cup of coffee along the coast of Turkey—one of the most unreached nations in the world with 77 million Muslims and only around 3500 believers. At that time it was nothing more than a idea—I’m not sure it has even been scribbled on the back of a napkin yet. Tyler and Jacob were just a rag tag couple of guys who had a word, had an idea to touch the world for the nations, and an idea of how to do it—but no money or clear path on how to fully execute their plan. I was doubtful. It sounded good—but I wasn’t sure if they would pull together, dig in, and labor to see their dream come to fruition. After three years of tireless work, Tyler and Jacob solidified…Continue Reading