Ministry Partner Organizations

  • Leadership Development Training

    Ten women and seven men were trained from 13 different churches and four districts of mid and far west Nepal through T Leadership Training. During our training, seven policemen and one child were killed by a violent mob. This incident led to a clash between two groups of people living in that region. This was … Read more

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    Farm Project

    Of our 148 acres of land, 74 acres have been cultivated. The project received funds from Partners International and our own government. We harvested 157 bags of pearl millet, compared to 39 last year; 278 bags of sorghum, 67 bags of maize, seven bags of sesame, and 71 bags of peanuts. The cotton production is … Read more

  • Dilemma faced by Christians in the Persian-Speaking World

      What would you answer if you were asked by a judge whether or not you are a follower of Jesus?  Before you answer, consider the following.  You are living in a country where it is illegal to convert to Christianity.  The judge who demands an answer is anti-Christian.  If you answer that you are indeed … Read more

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    Big Concern

    The Dalit and Tribal people, due to their economic and financial instability, are unable to contribute proper tithing and regular income to the church. They have trouble covering their own expenses like housing, medical needs, children’s education. The government denies constitutional benefits because of their Christian faith. Therefore, income of the local church is not … Read more

  • Windows Project

    Our Mercy Project, which supports widows, is going well. We are trying to set an example for people who don’t care about this less-fortunate group. And the widows are happy and have learned to pray. Through this we are able to help 40 older and single people in our community. Some of them received the … Read more

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  • commissioned master trainer S (center) works with a drug addict to get freed from drug addiction.
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    Training of Master Trainers (MTs)

    The Master Trainers did their field research in their respective mission fields and returned the third week of January. Their training included learning the “drip irrigation” system, taught by an agricultural scientist. The weather conditions have become unpredictable and the Indian government has taken up measures to help farmers by providing drip irrigation infrastructure at … Read more

  • Many Thanks/Prayers

    You can see how much your prayers and support are doing to build Christ’s Church in the Arab world. Since we last wrote, we have experienced the Lord’s protection for our AWEMA ministers as they work in dangerous places. God has supplied all financial needs for the ministry, in spite of the harsh economic circumstances. … Read more

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  • A church planter shares the Gospel in a village.
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    Church Planter Training

    PI West Africa Director, Rene Mbongo visited us in October. He held a training program for our church planters on ‘Transformational Mentoring’ in Tamale. The training brought together 22 leaders from the various mission fields including six women leaders. They were trained in how to lead like Christ in their church planting work and also … Read more

  • Sponsor a Child

    Before joining this project, the children that we support did not go to school regularly. If they did, many worried about how they would afford their school fees and supplies. We have seen many of them excel in their studies and become more diligent. Some of them received a trophy for their work. There have … Read more

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  • SEIS Barthimee Medical Center
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    Outreach to Community

    Our three-day campaign we call Jericho Project gathered more than 3,000 people. We held it this year in the Southwest Coast of Senegal, with the participation of the Barthimee medical team, our logistics team and the Executive Director. A one-year-old baby had a problem in his scapula (shoulder blade) due to the negligence of his … Read more