Praying for God’s wisdom, direction, and power


We know that this is God’s work. As we humbly and desperately call on Him, He is glorified as He lavishly pours out His grace.


Sending short-term and long-term ambassadors


Just as we see long and short-term workers being sent in the book of Acts, we believe God uses short-term teams to complement the work of our long-term ambassadors. Short-term teams have been instrumental in developing long-term relationships.


Equipping national leaders of local fellowships


Healthy, reproducing, national fellowships are far more effective than a few cross-cultural workers. We strive to encourage and equip local leaders so that they can in turn equip their local bodies for the work of ministry.


Translating appropriate books and materials


Americans are blessed by thousands of excellent books, conferences, and DVDs. We desire to bring the best of these to people in their own languages for the edification and building up of the global body of Christ.


Implementing projects based on identified needs


In this generation America has tremendous financial resources. We desire to be good stewards of these gifts and use money wisely to help establish ministries among our partners.


Partnering with local fellowships


Where possible, in all that we do, we strive to operate through local churches and not as a separate entity. Also we desire to connect US churches directly with national fellowships in our areas of focus.

  Giving is easy!

“It looks a task too gigantic, but the bare arm of God – only think of that – His sleeve rolled up, omnipotence itself made bare – what cannot it accomplish?”

Charles Spurgeon