Our Partners in Ministry

Greetings in the Glorious Name of the Lord Jesus Christ,

We have many people and churches who partner with us in ministry.  We are grateful to God to be blessed to work with these gracious brothers and sisters in Christ as we all further His kingdom. 

Partners in Prayer

There are those who faithfully pray for us.  We’ve seen so many requests for prayer answered by our Lord so amazingly.  We covet your prayers.  If you would like to be part of the community of believers that pray for this ministry, please send your request through the “contact us” link. 

Partners in Going

There are also those who physically come and minister with us.  We have had Impact Teams from America, Canada and Ireland who have worked with us in various ways to reach the lost and encourage believers.  They have taught our Pastors, shared the Word of God, used music and drama to convey the message of Jesus and have built buildings including homes for pastors and buildings for our children and youth. They have treated the sick, drilled wells, prayer-walked and shown “The Jesus Film”.

Partners in Giving

There are those who God has prompted to give of their time and talents and financial resources.  Many partners volunteer their God-given talents to support us organizationally, others prepare Bible lessons for our children, and some prepare lessons and sermons and then come and teach our pastors and couples.  Several others have given so that church buildings can be built, wells drilled for clean water, malnourished children can be fed, pastors trained, children trained under a Christian influence and transportation supported so all of us can reach new villages and new people, all with the goal that our Lord Jesus would bring lost souls to Himself.

We are so blessed to partner with God’s people.  Thank you for your generous faith, your diligent prayer and your unshakable trust in Him.

” We want you to know, brothers, about the grace of God granted to the churches of Macedonia: during a severe testing by affliction, their abundance of joy and their deep poverty overflowed into the wealth of their generosity. I testify that, on their own, according to their ability and beyond their ability, they begged us insistently for the privilege of sharing in the ministry to the saints, and not just as we had hoped. Instead they gave themselves especially to the Lord….then to us by God’s will.” 2 Corinthians 8:1-5