New York American Baptists are coming alongside Rwandan brothers and sisters as they look forward to the continued healing of their people. ABCNYS has entered into a three year partnership with Rwandan Christian Ministries & Rabagirana Ministries & Shalom Community Organization to send volunteers and support their ministry of healing and reconciliation.
J.D. works with IM partners and global servants to help train pastors and church leaders throughout the region. Rhonda is a nurse (BSN) who oversees the House of Hope (Proyectos Esperanza) in the cities of Cochabamba and Santa Cruz. House of Hope encompasses an array of health and development ministries led by local churches focusing on urban ministries to families and at-risk women and children.
We’re on this journey for the long haul. So, we have intentionally decided to master two things we believe to be foundational in our calling to Chiapas. “A little thing is a little thing, but faithfulness in a little thing is a big thing,” Hudson Taylor wisely observed. We want to be faithful in two “little things”: depending on God and cultivating trust and relationships.
James Williams – By entering into life-sharing companionship with others, we give that which the world cannot offer; we give the love of God.
Sarah McCloy – Some of the most impactful God moments during my mission experiences have been witnessing the work of other faithful Christians.
Jon and Amanda Good serve through ministries of evangelism, discipleship, education and theological education in partnership with the Baptist Union of Hungary.