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  • Effective Investments

    We thank God for the prayers and sacrificial giving of His people that make the ministry of Faith Global Missions possible. Sometimes people ask me what dividends are yielded from their investment in missions. I recently had the opportunity to serve in Democratic Republic of... Read More
  • Missionary Retention

    If attrition is one side of a coin, retention is the other side.  Retention is more than reasons people don’t leave.  When we talk about missionary retention, we are talking about the positive reasons that keep missionaries in their jobs. The Engage! study, was... Read More
  • Missionary Competency

    A lack of professional training and equipping can contribute to attrition and ineffective ministry.  The work of missions is specialized, with language and culture challenges that require specialized training.  Missionary training should equip men and women to do a better job than they could without... Read More
  • The Truth of Missionary Attrition

    Many missionary candidates have insufficient theological education, ministry training, ministry experience, or spiritual maturity.  This creates a need for pre-departure theological, spiritual and ministry training.  Many leave for the mission field overconfident with unrealistic expectations and ultimately leave their missionary career because they were not... Read More
  • Introduction to Missionary Training

    Our family of six arrived at our first missionary assignment in Spain in the heat of summer.  Our four children ranged from 9-16 years old.  We thought we were in for the adventure of a lifetime.  We loved the people of Spain and had a... Read More
  • How I Gained 16 Granddaughters in One Day!

    A team from Faith church went to Dominican Republic to serve in Fundación Red Misericordia (Mercy Network Foundation) and one member found new granddaughters! Fundación Red Misericordia is a private orphanage overseen by Senora Olga Arocha.  The Fundación currently has three orphanage... Read More

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  • Ethiopia: dual answer to drought crisis

    Ethiopia (MNN) -- El Niño this summer has wrought a lot of havoc on countries already struggling with severe weather conditions. The years-long drought in Ethiopia is by no means an exception. The World Food Programme says that 10.2 million Ethiopians are in need of... Read More
  • A holistic approach to end modern slavery

    USA (MNN) -- Though slavery has been outlawed in virtually every corner of the world, modern slavery continues to be a chronic problem. At present, an estimated 27 million people are trapped in modern slavery through forced labor, prostitution, and child exploitation. Lucas Koach of Food... Read More
  • Worst mass killing in Japan since World War II

    Japan (MNN) -- Nineteen people were stabbed to death, and 25 injured early Tuesday morning in Japan. Of those injured, 20 are severely wounded. 26-year-old Satoshi Uematsu broke into Tsukui Yamayuri-en, a facility for disabled individuals, during the night armed with knives to kill the residents. The... Read More
  • CRI raises up spiritual leaders in Kenya

    Kenya (MNN) -- In many parts of the world, people have never even heard the name of Jesus. Even if they have, many lack the resources to keep learning about Him. Christian Resources International is one organization that works to fill both of these voids.... Read More
  • Extremist recruiters target refugee kids out of school

    Lebanon (MNN) -- Like stamping out sparks before you're dealing with a forest fire, it’s easier to get ahead of a problem before it starts. While world leaders figure out how to stifle radical Islamic terrorists, one root of the problem lies in radical... Read More
  • Goshen Valley ministry flourishes

    USA (MNN) -- Children often enter foster care when a state judge rules it is safer for a child to live in the foster care system rather than with their own parents. However, because of the great need for foster families and most often the... Read More