Year of Harvest

February 23rd, 2017 by

A Year in Review

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Join us in giving thanks to God for the milestones we’ve accomplished together over the last year!

A translation project was completed that brings together the stories of the prophets and introduces Jesus. An Islamic unreached people group will now hear the Word of God in a way they understand.

87 communities now have clean water In Nepal and have heard about the God that can clean and restore their lives.

Latin America sending has increased. The Latin America Base has sent field partners to serve in Nepal, India, Spain, North Africa, Southeast Asia, and several other security sensitive areas.

Underground and registered churches in a closed country came together to ask Global Teams to train them as they prepare to send out their first missionaries. This first training took place and now these churches will be sending to other unreached people groups.

Your relief giving this year enabled us to respond to several natural disasters with immediate resources and longer term investments in farming and irrigation techniques that will help provide crops during droughts in the future.

There are two emerging networks forming among field partners in areas where people are resistant to the Gospel. One network is within Southeast Asia and the other is within Eurasia, Southwestern Europe, and North Africa. These networks are focused on developing strategies to effectively reach those who have never heard the gospel as well as strategies to strengthen and sustain the people movements to Jesus in these regions.

As our partnership together continues into this new year, we anticipate with joy all those who will begin new relationships with Jesus. We ask you to pray with us that these new believers will catalyze movements to Jesus, bringing in a greater harvest than ever before!

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Global Teams equips and sends field partners from many nations to multiply disciples of Jesus within cultures least familiar with the Gospel.

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