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Even when the dark comes crashing through, When you need a friend to carry you, When you’re broken on the ground, You will be found.* For survivors of sexual exploitation
To celebrate Women’s History Month, we’ll be sharing two stories in March—one from IM’s past, and one from our present. Well done, my good and faithful servant. I imagine
Heather Lynn Cutillo, American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (ABFMS) alumnus, crossed over into her eternal rest on February 13 in Denver, CO, one day before her 37th wedding anniversary. She
You’ve heard the saying, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Well, that is exactly what International Ministries (IM) Global Servant Rev. Toya Richards is doing. Armed with
// Febuary 13 ISSUE // Message from Associate Executive Director Zofia Dripps News You Can Use: Black Heritage in mission Project Spotlight: Turkey and Syria Earthquake Relief Fund and how
International Ministries (IM) has sent initial grants totaling $10,000 in One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS) emergency relief to partners who will be providing humanitarian relief to the survivors of
Louise Fleming’s life was steeped in American Baptist history, but what made it remarkable was her pioneering of new trails for later generations. Her legacy includes being the first African
Dr. Francis (Frank) Hendrickson, American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (ABFMS) alumnus, passed away at his home of 22 years, in Garland, Texas on January 3, 2023, at the age of 95. Frank
// January 16 ISSUE // Message from Senior Area Director Charles Jones News You Can Use: Short-Term Mission Trips Project Spotlight: House of Hope, Bolivia Journal Update: Global Servants Ketly
Charles Harpell Stuart (92) died on January 1, 2023 from complications of Alzheimer’s disease in Penney Farms, FL. He was born on April 1st, 1930 to Raymond and Viola (Harpell)
The application process is now open for the Emerging Leaders’ Cohorts. These cohorts focus on young adults aged 16-29. This is a large age range, so these cohorts are divided into
The Holy Week reminds us of the price of our salvation but it also encourages us on our faith and ministry journeys. We are reminded that our salvation was possible because Christ paid for it with his life in order to satisfy God’s requirement for our freedom. We are encouraged that life and ministry are rewarding when we live in obedience to God, just as Christ demonstrated this in his relationship with God. As a global servant waiting to be assigned, I find myself in that in-between space and what some call the liminal space.
Our Spring and early Summer is getting busy! But we are excited for it because it means we are moving forward to being able to be sent to Mexico. We ask you to keep us three in your prayers as we begin visiting churches and attending trainings.
Training Events My IM colleague, Kyle Witmer, and I have been coordinating a project to translate the CASKET EMPTY Bible survey curriculum into Thai*. The translation of the New Testament
Blessed are those who trust in the Lord and have made the Lord their hope and confidence. They are like trees planted along a riverbank, with roots that reach deep into the water.
A GLIMPSE OF HOPE IN TIMES OF DARKNESS Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God
Did you hear that the Hwangs returned from their home assignment? Some of our partners have asked about our trip. One requirement of International Ministries (IM) Global Servants (formerly known as missionaries) is home assignment. This was formerly called “furlough.” Furlough sounds like a break, and it is a break from the work done as “missionaries.” However, the work done visiting supporters and speaking about our work on the field, is mostly not restful. It requires teamwork to do thorough planning, with flexibility, and good execution to be successful.
Restore God’s image and share Jesus’ abundant life Benjamin Chan March 20, 2023
The new year started with a bang for us: we spent almost a month with colleagues and partners in northern Thailand.
Be part of the IM team to help celebrate what God has done with the Lebanese Society for Educational and Social Development these past twenty five years.
This project advocates for the rights of women brought to Lebanon as migrant domestic workers, ministers to those in prison, repatriates those unlawfully imprisoned and provides compassionate care and justice.
This project will help 100 students with learning needs and disabilities to be prepared for school by providing school uniforms and books.
This project will enable 100 orphaned children in China to get an education.
In the Philippines, everyday emergencies for families arise and IM is able to offer a helping hand through our partners to share the love of Christ through your gifts.
This project provides physicals, dental care and hospital visits for students at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary.
This project provides monthly groceries and medications for 350 Haitian children, men and women.
Scholarships make it possible for young people to follow God’s call in their lives as they study to become pastors and church planters in Mexico.
This Annual Fund provides scholarships for the in-residence training program and also covers the center’s ongoing maintenance and operational support.
The Mitendi Primary School Annual Fund will provide student scholarships and support for the school. These children are the future of the Congo.