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Help us gift woollen blankets to people in our mission fields

Will you come forward to meet this need? You can look at making this gift available to 5 or 10 or 50 people. If the Lord asks you to stretch out your helping hand to the poor believers and seekers in our mission fields, you can get in touch with us.

November 8th, 2015 | Posted in India,Missions | Read More »

Wycliffe Associates commits to funding Bible translation efforts

Wycliffe Associates has committed to helping these Christians with training, technology, and resources to translate the Scriptures into this region’s 35 languages that are without any portion of the Bible.

August 20th, 2015 | Posted in Missions | Read More »

Missionary’s work seen yielding fruit 84 years after his death

BASED on his previous research, Ramsey thought the Yansi in this remote area might have some exposure to the name of Jesus, but no real understanding of who He is. They were unprepared for their remarkable find.

July 7th, 2014 | Posted in Missions | Read More »

Missionary to Uganda Irene Gleeson, grandmother to 8,000 orphans dies at 68

AUSTRALIAN ‘grandmother’ to 8,000 Ugandan orphans died peacefully on July 21 afternoon in Sydney after a 14-month battle with esophageal cancer. Founder of the Irene Gleeson Foundation (IGF), Irene Gleeson died surrounded by family and friends, a spokesperson for the family said.

September 7th, 2013 | Posted in Missions | Read More »

April showers bring church flowers in Kenya

David Shibley

FOR 23 years at Global Advance, team members have trained, resourced, and encouraged hundreds of thousands of pastors worldwide. Four months ago at the Apostolic Leaders Summit in Nairobi, Kenya, 98 bishops and overseers of denominations and church planting networks came together and figured out a way to win their nation for Christ, with the […]

July 19th, 2013 | Posted in Missions | Read More »

NJ Presbyterian churches call America ‘the hardest mission field’

FOUR Presbyterian churches in New Jersey will be holding a lecture series about how the United States has become the “hardest mission field.”

July 3rd, 2013 | Posted in Missions,News Headlines | Read More »

Medical missionaries help poor in Kenya

“I finally figured out why I was called into medicine,” said Ann Kendall, 47, a retired physicians assistant. She spent July 2011 in Kenya with her husband, Michael, and their three children, as part of a team of medical missionaries. Michael, 47, is an internal medicine doctor at Charlotte Medical Clinic on Providence Road.

May 8th, 2013 | Posted in Missions | Read More »

Dying woman’s faith grips health worker

WITHOUT a word, the thin, frail woman lets her wrap fall to her waist. Tears roll down Byrd’s cheeks as she stares at the rotting flesh on the woman’s chest — large tumors in her breasts and lymph nodes have erupted into open, festering sores.

November 3rd, 2012 | Posted in Missions | Read More »

America one of the fastest growing mission fields: magazine

AMERICA is one of the fastest-growing mission fields in the world, the most recent issue of Unfinished magazine says, but if Christians are not careful they will miss opportunities to reach their “least reached neighbors.”

October 12th, 2012 | Posted in Americas,Missions,World | Read More »

Safe water still a rarity in Uganda

IMAGINE spending an hour just to fetch water that could potentially kill you and your kids. Lifewater International says this is reality for nearly 600 households in northern Uganda.

October 10th, 2012 | Posted in Missions | Read More »

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