Monthly Archives: July 2015

  • Ba lyaka Ministry Update Spring 2015.pdf Adobe Reader1

    Goat Project – Progress Report

    July 30, 2015 | Ba-Iyaka

      We operate three goat centers in Niger, where we raise goats and distribute them to families so they can generate income and provide milk and food for their families. Each recipient is given between one and three goats depending on their capacity. The first kid and any milk production belong to the recipient family. … Read more

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    Trainings enrich Spiritual Development and Physical Health

    July 30, 2015 | John

      Short-term Bible School In November 2014, we had the first phase of our “native leaders training program” for leaders from another area. Ten leaders from different worship groups came here for classes on eight subjects such as basic doctrine, personal spiritual life, evangelism, and the responsibilities in the church.   Community Health and Development … Read more

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    Agricultural and Milling Projects help to sustain Whole Families

    July 29, 2015 | Partners International

      Agricultural Project There is now a banana plantation that employs a family of four. This project is caring for two families of more than 10 people each. One of the Muslim background believers from a remote village is also a beneficiary from the agricultural project with cassava and peanuts. We are hoping to grow … Read more

  • SEIS GIK Recipient Khuja Feb 2015

    Hospital brings Medical Aid to Thousands

    July 29, 2015 | ISM, West Africa

      Your support through Partners International has helped increase the standard of skill for our medical staff. Our hospital has had more than 11,000 patients over the last six months. Some patients have been healed by the prayers of medical staff. Muslims too have begun to be more accepting of prayers by Christian staff. We … Read more

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    Sending Workers

    July 29, 2015 | Bible Faith Mission

        Partners International supports several of our church planters. Bright Rebi Selvan writes: “I am continuing in the Lord’s ministry at N.S. Puram and also serving as Coordinator of the BFM ministries in the state of Tamil Nadu. God has given me opportunities to preach His Gospel in many villages. Many were touched by … Read more

  • Roshan Life Ministry Update Spring 2015.pdf Adobe Reader

    Women’s Vocational Training

    July 29, 2015 | Partners International

      Upon graduation, 312 women were awarded sewing machines. These machines provide a respectful livelihood for their families. According to a survey we conducted, more than 200 women have used their machines from August to December 2014 to make clothes for family members for various events. Almost every one of them made $300 USD during … Read more

  • Africa Inland Church Ministry Update Spring 2015.pdf Adobe Reader1

    Vocational Trainings in Tailoring and Handicrafts

    July 29, 2015 | AIC South Sudan

      Tailoring Courses This year 32 women were trained to completion in tailoring skills out of a total of 40 who registered. They have learned how to use the tailoring machines available at the center. They have also learned how to design and cut different styles of clothing and sew and decorate them. The trainees … Read more

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    Boys’ Home

    July 29, 2015 | Oasis India

      We had six boys in our group home. After completion of the academic year in May, two were returned to their families and four were placed in another home. Of these four, one is now with his sister. All are having their educational, health as well as spiritual life needs met. The move was … Read more

  • Kawkikete Community Outreach Update Spring 2015.pdf Adobe Reader1

    Koudoti Farm

    July 28, 2015 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

      We started a farm on our acreage to promote self-help and community development. The farm provides a framework to train local farmers in new production techniques and instill awareness of the need to manage natural resources in a reproducible manner. A change in local behavior is the first and most important result of the … Read more

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    Church Planting Report

    July 26, 2015 | Malay World Outreach, Malaysia

      The last half of last year, more than 20 people accepted the Lord Jesus as their Savior and most of them were baptized in water and Spirit. Not all of them joined our fellowships, but found another house group. At the moment we operate out of several different places. One of our goals for … Read more