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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 (

  • Is there hope for the Middle East?

    Middle East (MNN) -- To say the current state of the Middle East is a mess is an understatement. Political wars, terrorism, anti-conversion laws, civilian casualties, and a plethora of other issues continue to grow in complexity. Container distribution in Northern Iraq. (Photo courtesy of... Read More
  • Guatemalan prison guards, police gather to study the Bible

    Guatemala (MNN) -- How do you transform prison culture in a country where the jails are over 290 percent filled for their capacity levels and marked with gang activity? That is what Crossroad Bible Institute set out to do several years ago in Guatemala. They started... Read More
  • In Honduras, therapeutic play brings healing for orphans

    Honduras (MNN) – “We stick together. No hits, no hurts. And have fun.” For the children of San Jose Orphanage in La Paz, Honduras, the three rules taught by Mireya Sevilla, Director of Honduran Programs for Asociacion Manos Extendidas (the partner NGO for Orphan Outreach) have... Read More
  • Giving orphan graduates hope and help in Ukraine

    Ukraine (MNN) -- The statistics are dire for orphans aging out of traditional care in Eastern Europe. More than half of all girls are likely to end up in prostitution, and organized crime is a target for young men. One in ten will commit suicide... Read More
  • Aid groups brace for Mosul refugees

    Iraq (MNN) -- The battle to drive ISIS out of Mosul, Iraq has waged for over a week now. Since the start of the offensive, around 5,000 people have fled the city. But one million are still trapped in Iraq’s second-largest city that has become... Read More
  • Songs of the Persecuted Church

    International (MNN) -- Meeting with the Persecuted Church is always provocative in ways you don’t expect. MNN’s Ruth Kramer is abroad, and shares these thoughts: (Photo courtesy of Open Doors USA) “You may have seen the mugs that say ‘Keep calm and carry... Read More