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Upcoming Missions Events

  • GOER Mission Trip - Dominican Republic

    June 20 - June 28 Santiago, Dominican Republic This GOER Mission trip will be focused on ministering to the people in the Domincan Republic by participating and leading Vacation Bible Schools, Evangelism through community outreach, and ministering in orphanages.   This Trip will be led by John Newlin    Trip Cost: $1400 per person Find Out More
  • GOER Mission Trip - New York

    July 18 - July 25 Staten Island, New York The GOER Mission Trip to Staten Island in July will be focusing on evangelism and outreach to city neighborhoods and the park.  Ministry opportunities include worship, distributing water,playing sports, teaching bible stories and making genuine connections with people to share the love of Christ. This trip is being led by Ned… Find Out More
  • GOER Mission Trip - Brazil

    July 24 - August 4 Aguas De Lindola GOER TRIP - BRAZIL The GOER Mission Trip to Aguas De Lindola Brazil  in July will be focused on Biblical Counseling.  Participants will be able to observe and receive training in Biblical Counseling.  This is an excellent opportunity for a Biblical Counseling student. This Trip is being led by David Selvey      Trip… Find Out More

From the Blog

  • Missionary Support – Cost of Living & Taxes

    After nearly 40 years of marriage, my wife and I are still amazed at how much consumer goods, housing and taxes go up every year.  Imagine living in a place where the cost of living is 20 … 30 … 40% higher than in the U. S. or housing costs double... Read More
  • Missionary Support – Salary and Benefits

    At the end of my last post, I posed the question, “How do you set a fair and reasonable support level for Missionary Mike?”  Let me see if I can answer that question based on a family of four with two school aged children. The... Read More
  • The Cost of Missionary Support Raising

    Why do missionaries need so much financial support?  I get that question a lot from folks who want to support missionaries but question the financial requirements.  In this series, I will attempt to deal with the various pieces that must be put together to get... Read More
  • To Go or Not to Go-Missions Trips and Ebola

    The Bible has much to say about trusting God.  Victory is connected to trusting God (2 Chronicles 13:18).  Jesus promised that God would take care of His children (Matthew 6:28-30).  We are to trust the Lord and not our own understanding (Proverbs 3:5-6).  And yet we are... Read More
  • Ebola and Tough Decisions — Marc Blackwell Sr.

    You are probably aware of the largest Ebola outbreak in history occurring in countries of  West Africa. This guest post by veteran missionary Marc Blackwell, Sr. gives us a glimpse of the difficulties missionaries face when trouble breaks out on the mission field. Ebola and... Read More
  • Taste the Nations — Let the Nations be Glad

      1. ↩ 2. Dates may be altered by the majority of people attending if the need arises. ↩ 3. Online here: Kindle | Paperback | Audiobook. ↩ Read More

Missions News From Around the World (

  • Forgotten Nepali village receives aid

    Nepal (MNN/BP) -- The Nepali man pulled brick after brick off a pile of rubble that was once his home. He passed along anything that was salvageable to his children to set aside. Finally, down in a hole, he found what he was looking... Read More
  • Public church services lend Turkish Christians credibility

    Agape Church was established in Samsun in spite of the country's hostility toward Christians by both secular Turkish nationalists and hardline Islamists.(Photo and caption courtesy of Christian Aid Mission) Turkey (CAM) -- [EDITOR'S Note: This is an article posted directly from Christian Aid Mission's... Read More
  • Making dreams come true: one life at a time

    (Photo courtesy Nicole Pierce Photography via Flickr) Guatemala (MNN) -- What is your life's dream? Perhaps you dream of owning a Ferrari, or climbing Mount Everest. A mom in Guatemala recently told Albert Reyes, President and CEO of Buckner International, her dream was to read... Read More
  • 140-foot cross in Pakistan: practical or novelty?

    (Photo courtesy Forgotten Missionaries International) Pakistan (MNN) -- A 140-foot bulletproof cross is towering over skyscrapers in the most unlikely of places: Pakistan. According to Forgotten Missionaries International (FMI), more than 95% of the Pakistani population is Muslim and less than 1% is Christian, leaving the community... Read More
  • Not all of Eritrea marks an anniversary of freedom

    (Photo courtesy Wikipedia, Sawa military camp) Eritrea (MNN) -- On Sunday, Eritrea marks 24 years of independence. For Eritrean Christians, freedom isn't theirs to celebrate as much if they're a part of the underground church. While religious persecution in Eritrea is not limited to Christians, the... Read More
  • Growing Kenyan Christians

    Joseph is partnering with CRI to bring God's Word to Kenya.(Photo courtesy CRI) Kenya (MNN) -- Remember that Kenyan Christian we told you about last month? He just graduated from Moody Bible Institute, and he's starting a training/distribution center in Nairobi. Executive Director... Read More