Friends sometimes we who follow Christ consider prayer as a last option but in reality it’s the best option! Will you pray for two pressing needs among our pastors this week? Click play on the podcast below for details.
It is a blessing to hear a friendly voice or read a warm greeting in a foreign land. One simple way that you can support your missionary is through communicating with them regularly. Click play on the podcast below to find out how.
When I was with you and was in need, I was not a burden to anyone, for the brothers who came from Macedonia fully supplied my needs. I kept myself from being a burden to you in any way, and will continue to do so.
2 Corinthians 11:9
Where God lays on our heart we must go. If we cannot go we must give! Today’s podcast continues the series about sending missionaries in the best way possible. If you haven’t heard part one click here, or part two click here.
You will do well to send them on their way in a manner worthy of God. For they went out for the sake of the Name, accepting nothing from the Gentiles. Therefore we ought to support such men, so that we may be fellow workers with the truth.
Norberto and Nancy Kurrle are the only Global Strategy Missionaries serving in Latin America that we do not yet know. We look forward to meeting them this Summer in Orlando, when we have our first regional missionary meeting. We can’t wait to hear how their ministry in Paraguay is going!
We first met the Alyalas when they spoke at the Northeast, Ohio camp meeting. We remember speaking to them during lunch one day about their missionary work in Belize, and how to be certain of a missionary calling.
Alfonso helps church and community leaders with community initiatives, including the implementation of community service projects to satisfy basic health and educational needs. In the area of pastoral and leadership development, he facilitates training workshops and courses with pastors and teachers. Equipping and supporting pastors is a priority. He participates and teaches in regional, national, and local conferences; retreats; and seminars.
Elizabeth encourages, mentors, and coaches former students and high school teachers in their educational endeavors and challenges. She meets with women’s groups and individuals for fellowship, counseling, mutual edification, and friendship.
The mother, daughter team of Deborah and Sarah Hunnicutt are winning people for Christ in Roatan, Honduras by reaching one student at a time.
Deborah is both the school administrator and a teacher at Samuel Raymond Christian School, a community-based bilingual Christian school. She also leads English classes for adults and teaches English classes for the national police on the island. All of these ministries are a means to live out the gospel and to share it in relationship. Here is a quick interdiction video for Deborah.
Sarah has already been in Roatan, Honduras for three years and feels honored God has allowed her to be a part of the work He’s doing there. Sarah’s main job is as a teacher and mentor at a Christian school on the island, and she has a heart for the middle school students there, especially the middle school girls. In 2017, God led Sarah to connect her passion through Global Strategy. Here is Sarah’s introduction video.
Our first encounter with the Millers was when they spoke at the Newton Falls Church of God. We were serving the church at the time. The clarity of their calling stuck us as they spoke of their ministry in Bolivia.
We are honored to call them co-laborers for Christ!
Our friends and fellow missionaries Jonathan and Beth Todd serve Christ in Brazil. We love them, support them and believe in their ministry.
Here is what our friends wrote on Facebook recently: “We have our visas, we have our plane tickets, and we are returning to Brazil on February 25! As we are getting ready to fly out, we find ourselves in the position that we are in need of more financial partners so that we can continue to serve in Brazil.”