International Ministries


Answering the Call for Theological Education

Many new believers around the world have never read the Bible, been to Sunday school, or received basic Christian teaching. There are few trained pastors or lay leaders, and Bibles or educational materials are scarce, resulting in a worldwide need for trained pastors and lay leaders. Praying for laborers in God’s harvest (Luke 10:2), International Ministries (IM) missionaries train future church leaders in seminaries, Bible schools, pastoral institutes and in informal and non-traditional settings. IM also enables some to prepare for ministry through study abroad.

In 2011-2012, IM dedicated its greatest amount of human and financial resources to this investment in people. Twenty-eight long-term missionaries along with 18 volunteers and short-term missionaries worked in training future church leaders. Nearly $2 million was used in providing theological education. In 2013, 27 long-term theological education missionaries are serving, with $1.64 million budgeted for their ministry.

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