“Ubuntu n’amahoro” Grace and peace be with you, as you come alongside Revs. Suzi & Jim Harriff when they lead short-term mission teams to Rwanda. The hands, feet and hearts of short-term servants help in kingdom building from New York state to Rwanda.
Tara C. Jones has returned to Vanga to serve on a short-term mission assignment. She is a nurse midwife, trainer, serving alongside The Rices at the Vanga Evangelical Hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo. God continues to mold special hands to serve and receive.
As a result of generous support by strangers, many blessings were shared and lived in Ghana and Liberia on recent short-term missions. We intentionally seek the shalom of the cities where God’s calls us to travel through.
Rev. Mia Chang led a small team to Kenya and Nigeria to be God’s ambassadors of peace, mercy and love through hugs, tears and joys. The Short-Term Mission team at International Ministries is grateful of your servants’ hearts.
Tara’s journey in Vanga started April 2018. Her days can be very long, as a nurse midwife covering three health centers. Tara is also an educator in the midwifery program, helping to facilitate the Stage de Perfectionement (Final Internship Rotation) at the clinic.