Giving Thanks

November 22nd, 2017 by

As 2017 draws to a close, Global Teams is giving thanks for God’s work in lives around the globe. Here are a few of the things for which we’re giving thanks:

people in boat in South Asia

The opportunity to provide not only relief, but relief workers to the hardest hit area in South Asia.

Latin American team members

New sending bases in Latin America that have sent field partners to unreached people groups in the Middle East.

New business as mission efforts, now opening doors and providing ministry in unreached areas.

Volunteers who fold newsletters, make phone calls, host field partners, and even build a deck.

group of men in circle outdoors

Story groups bringing people to Christ in India and becoming new church plants.

Three men walking

New movements that are just being planted in Islamic people groups.

Reading the Bible

Completed translations of Genesis, Luke and Acts and for the start of new translations.

A partner church that sent their Director of Missions & Outreach with us to visit the ministries they support in Malawi.

A partner church that sent their Director of Missions & Outreach with us to visit the ministries they support in Malawi.

Meredith Omland serving twenty years in Mexico. The children she originally taught have become leaders, serving along beside her.

Meredith Omland serving twenty years in Mexico. The children she originally taught have become leaders, serving along beside her.

Medical doctors

Katie Rhoads and the doctors being trained, not only in medicine, but in how to walk with Muslims as they come to believe in Christ.

 

We’re so thankful for YOU! Thank you for caring about the mission of Global Teams and for supporting our field partners around the world through your resources and your prayers.

I thank my God through Jesus Christ for all of you, because your faith is being proclaimed all over the world. Romans 1:8

 

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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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