Meeting our Mission – Helping them to Stand May 19, 2011“To participate in the Great Commission by assisting, supporting and encouraging the national missionary initiative at the local level. We will not count our work of evangelism and discipleship finished in an area until self-supporting, indigenously led, reproducing-churches are planted.”
This is the mission statement of Harvesters, yet frequently people only remember the first sentence because ...Read More Asian Update March 25, 2011Our Asian partners have been busy sharing the Gospel in some very dark places and creating a vision for each of their ministries – here are some highlights.
GSSK – India
Currently have 2 Christian schools reaching about 240 young people
New seniors ministry
Continued outreach to plant and encourage house churches
Vision to start a technical school for 8th grade ...Read More The Blessing of Outreach January 18, 2011For most of our partners outreach Evangelism is a key element of their ministries. For Myanmar, one of the most closed countries in the world, this is often dangerous, yet extremely rewarding. Our pastors in Myanmar put their lives, churches and ministries on the line for the sake of the Gospel.
“Pastor Benjamin” hosts many different ...Read More Opening Doors – A Love Story May 27, 2010“…and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth.” Acts 1:8
Our daily life is focused on sharing the Word of the Lord, yet living in Myanmar, this is not always an easy task. The ministry is constantly being watched ...Read More Persistent Persecution April 29, 2010It has been almost two years since Cyclone Nargis battered Myanmar. As I think back to the events that occurred during that time I have to marvel at the Lord’s hand at work as well as grieve for the struggles of the people.
Harvesters International Ministries had made a survey trip to Myanmar in February of ...Read More Hard Work Pays Off February 15, 2010After a successful pastor’s and evangelist’s training session in November, there has been increases enthusiasm and hard work by the attendees for sharing the Gospel with the Buddhist people of Myanmar. Evangelism is extremely difficult in this beautiful nation that is under the rule of a military Junta, but God is faithful and has protected ...Read More Testimonies from Myanmar December 9, 2009In November of 2009 Face 2 Faith Ministries of North Carolina conducted Evangelism training for five days in Myanmar.
There were 23 pastors in attendance, some of whom had to travel 4 days each way to attend the training.
The training was powerful and the pastors were most appreciative. Below are some of the testimonies.
Firstly, I want ...Read More Fellowship Bible Church Mission and Vision June 28, 2009Mission
The Mission of Fellowship Bible Church is the spread of the Gospel through church-planting, discipleship and education.
This mission is met through a collection of ministry activities including:
Evangelism and Church Planting
Sunday School Programs
Health Care Programs
The vision of the ministry includes the expansion of church planting efforts into southern Chin State, which is relatively ...Read More The Joy of the Lord is our Strength June 9, 2009It started off like pretty much every other day – a quiet time in the word, family prayer and making sure the needs of their own three children as well as the twelve orphans were taken care of. The last minute packing had been done and their ministry partner had just arrived via taxi. The ...Read More Water Festival Witness April 20, 2009In the Buddhist culture the annual water festival, Thingyan in Burmese, is a major celebration. It coincides with the New Year on the lunar calendar, which for 2009 was April 13-16. This is a time of cleansing where the people pour water over themselves to remove the bad luck, bad deeds, bad thoughts and anger ...Read More