26 Mar Three US-Based Missionaries in Need of Support
What comes to mind when you hear the word “missionary?” Someone living in a remote country, preaching to natives wearing grass skirts? But global missions also occurs in our own back yard. Additionally, Paul’s words about the many parts of the Body of Christ apply to world evangelism. Overseas church planters are not the whole of global missions.
Global Ministries has a number of staff working in North America. Unfortunately, missionaries working in North America and/or in support roles often have difficulty raising support, despite the importance of their work. These three Global Ministries staff are currently in serious financial need, and could use your support.
- Sarah Bonner is an endorsed staff working with One Mission Society in Indianapolis. Her role as the administrative assistant to the International Director enables the success of various key training events and leadership meetings for OMS church planters.
- Abigail Farmer is an endorsed staff working with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Mississippi. She assists the translation work on the Choctaw Bible, and helps to contextualize Christian music and art among that tribe.
- Jessica Hollopeter is a sojourn staff working with One Mission Society, and she also contributes regularly to Global Ministries work. Jessica works in the communications department, allowing foreign missionaries to communicate well with their supporters, and assisting OMS’s social media efforts. She may begin new work coordinating church planting training materials.
These young women would greatly appreciate your financial support. If you would like to support Sarah, Abby, or Jessica, please send a check, with a note indicating which person it is for, to:
302 Lake Street
Huntington, IN 46750