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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

Missions News From Around the World (

  • Malaysia: a kidnapping, religious pressure, and Sharia

    Malaysia (MNN) -- Malaysia still has the reputation as one of the most liberal and tolerant Islamic countries in the world.  How long that will last is unknown.  Thousands of Malaysian Muslims rallied in the capital on February 18th to support the adoption of stricter... Read More
  • Having a heart for Muslim missions — it does make a difference

    International (MNN) -- When it comes to the Muslim world, just over 50 percent of Muslim people groups are completely unengaged, meaning they have no one sharing the Gospel in their community. If you include Muslim groups that have at least less than two percent of... Read More
  • Bibles for China partnership to resource China

    China (MNN) -- In the business world, two companies may work together when it’s beneficial for both financially. However, for Christian ministries, what they gain isn’t money, but a greater efficiency in the spread of the Gospel. That’s why two ministries — Bibles... Read More
  • Letter sent to Turkish president for American pastor’s release

    Turkey (MNN) -- Just last week, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed a package of constitutional amendments that could shake the nation’s democratic foundation. These amendment drafts remove many of the structures that dictate the separation of powers, and checks and balances in the... Read More
  • Pray, Give, Go. Does it really matter?

    Uganda (MNN) -- Be honest. Do you really believe that to pray, give, and go can make a difference for the Great Commission? Well, these are acts of faith because you will never know the full impact of what you give to God out of... Read More
  • SAARC region takes ministry focus

    South Asia (MNN) -- Leaders of SAARC – the South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation – met this weekend in New Delhi. Member nations belonging to the SAARC region include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, the Maldives, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Some national leaders expressed concern about... Read More