Would your VBS sponsor a Twists and Turns VBS in Cuba so that kids like you, living in another country, can learn about Jesus?
The world watched as fighting broke out in Manipur, India. We just learned our national partners are safe and how we can help.
One of the recent arrivals was crying on her bed. “What’s happened to you, little one?” Esther gives hope for the children of Myanmar.
As we study the Church at Philippi, we ask: “What motivates local churches and the missionaries they send to work with national partners?”
We often get the question, "Why would North American missionaries go live in another country if the nationals have ministry covered?"
Pastor John traveled to Michigan for what the church called “a reverse mission trip.” They invited Pastor John from Guyana to come serve them.
Two young men met each other in the dining hall at Clarks Summit University. Sangpi was a foreign student from Myanmar and Andrew from Ohio.
Observe the local people and do what they do. The same principle can benefit those who work alongside national ministry partners.
When they bought their freeze dryer, they didn't understand why they felt compelled to buy it for ministry. But this showed them God's plan.
Global partnership is when you (Partner A) find a partner (Partner B) and come alongside them with the skills and resources God has given you.