Sri Lanka

Our vision is to see communities transformed by the gospel and empowered in society.

Sri Lanka

Our vision is to see communities transformed by the gospel and empowered in society.

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Ingessena and Least Reached

This ministry proceeds from our conviction that no one should live and die without having a chance to hear, understand, and believe the gospel. Our aim is to introduce people to Christ.

Youth Workers Toolkit

SIM Kenya is preparing a training book set to equip youth leaders across East Africa to reach young people more effectively.

Sports Friends Kenya

Convinced that no one should live and die without hearing God’s good news, SIM Sports Friends Kenya are making disciples through sports.

Life Challenge Mission to Muslims

Life Challenge is uniquely focused and passionately committed to motivate, train and equip the Church to present the gospel to Muslims. Do you have a vision to equip the African church to reach Muslims for Christ?

Theological and Missional Education

We serve and equip churches for mission through theological and missiological education, working to see biblically grounded, spiritually mature church leaders equipping the Body of Christ to reach and disciple those living without Him.

Children's and Youth Ministry

The population of Botswana has a large proportion of young people, and there is great opportunity to reach them through sports ministry, schools work, early childhood development centres and mental health support.

Highest Honour / S.H.I.N.E. Africa Discipleship and Counselling

'Highest Honour' and 'S.H.I.N.E. Africa' desire to fill the current gap in training and materials that can bring deep heart-transforming biblical discipleship in African shame-oriented contexts.

Theological and Medical Training

In Botswana, theological and medical training are both areas where mission workers can help to support existing structures, bringing valuable Christian understanding and knowledge.

Remote Area Dweller Ministry

The San are considered to have the oldest culture in the world. Our aim is to complete the Bible translation and oral translation of Bible stories into the San language of !Xoon.

Mobilisation and Evangelism

In order to take the message of Christ to the least-reached in Botswana and around the world, we are currently focusing on the mobilisation of local Christians for mission work, evangelism to Asian expatriate workers, and the establishment of a Christian resource centre.

Mobilisation for Christ's Global Mission

We want to mobilise more people, prayer, and funds for Christ’s global mission, especially to those who live and die without Christ in South Asia.

Radio Hope

Radio "Ondas de Esperanza" ("Radio Hope") proclaims the gospel in Ecuador through quality Christian radio programming.

Medical and Social Work

Medical work has been part of SIM ministries since the beginning. Discover more about it...

Well Drilling

Showing the way to the Living Water by drilling wells in villages.

English training

Using English training to read the Word of God.

Development and relief

Showing God's love to marginalized populations.

Community Services

Equipping the Church for community services.

Church Leadership Training

Train servant leaders who love the Lord Jesus and who are competent in various ministry skills.

International Leadership and Services

SIM International Leadership and Services facilitates SIM’s task of extending the kingdom of God by giving leadership and support, defining policy and best practices, and providing administrative services.

Ingessena and Least Reached

Este ministerio procede de nuestra convicción de que nadie debería vivir y morir sin tener una oportunidad de oír, entender, y creer en el Evangelio. Nuestra meta es presentarles a Cristo a las personas.

Youth Workers Toolkit

El SIM Kenia está preparando un conjunto de libros de entrenamiento para equipar a los líderes juveniles a través de África Oriental para alcanzar a los jóvenes más efectivamente.

Sports Friends Kenya

Convinced that no one should live and die without hearing God’s good news, SIM Sports Friends Kenya are making disciples through sports.

Life Challenge Mission to Muslims

Life Challenge is uniquely focused and passionately committed to motivate, train and equip the Church to present the gospel to Muslims. Do you have a vision to equip the African church to reach Muslims for Christ?

Theological and Missional Education

We serve and equip churches for mission through theological and missiological education, working to see biblically grounded, spiritually mature church leaders equipping the Body of Christ to reach and disciple those living without Him.

Children's and Youth Ministry

The population of Botswana has a large proportion of young people, and there is great opportunity to reach them through sports ministry, schools work, early childhood development centres and mental health support.

Highest Honour / S.H.I.N.E. Africa Discipleship and Counselling

'Highest Honour' and 'S.H.I.N.E. Africa' desire to fill the current gap in training and materials that can bring deep heart-transforming biblical discipleship in African shame-oriented contexts.

Theological and Medical Training

Nuestra meta es completar la traducción bíblica y oral de las historias bíblicas al idioma San llamado !Xoon.

Remote Area Dweller Ministry

Nuestra meta es completar la traducción bíblica y oral de las historias bíblicas al idioma San llamado !Xoon.

Mobilisation and Evangelism

In order to take the message of Christ to the least-reached in Botswana and around the world, we are currently focusing on the mobilisation of local Christians for mission work, evangelism to Asian expatriate workers, and the establishment of a Christian resource centre.

Mobilisation for Christ's Global Mission

Queremos movilizar a más personas, oración, y fondos para la misión global de Cristo, especialmente donde viven y mueren sin Cristo en el sur de Asia.

Radio Hope

Radio Ondas de Esperanza proclama el Evangelio por medio de una programación de radio cristiana.

Medical and Social Work

Medical work has been part of SIM ministries since the beginning. Discover more about it...

Well Drilling

Showing the way to the Living Water by drilling wells in villages.

English training

Using English training to read the Word of God.

Development and relief

Showing God's love to marginalized populations.

Community Services

Equipping the Church for community services.

Church Leadership Training

Train servant leaders who love the Lord Jesus and who are competent in various ministry skills.

International Leadership and Services

SIM International Leadership and Services facilitates SIM’s task of extending the kingdom of God by giving leadership and support, defining policy and best practices, and providing administrative services.

Communities where Christ is least known

Radical Buddhists

Buddhists make up for 70.19% of Sri Lanka's population. While official Buddhism espouses a form of pacifism and tranquillity, there is a minority who are radical, ultra-nationalistic, and violent. As a result, religious disharmony and tension among the ethnic and religious minorities, especially Christians and Muslims, is on the rise in "paradise island." Freedom of religion or belief is a fundamental right guaranteed by the constitution of Sri Lanka. The Church is concerned about protests against minority places of worship that continue to occur. In addition to the attacks, intimidation, and protests, legal restrictions are imposed on Christian places of worship. In an attempt to encourage reconciliation and healing after the thirty-year war, the government has committed itself to guarantee transitional justice. It is vital for the government to arrest the current situation and effectively address attacks on religious minorities, in order to ensure the integrity of its reconciliation efforts.

In the light of statements made by the State, claiming improved human rights standards in the country, the National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka has called on the government to take effective measures to prosecute wrongdoers and defend the freedom of religion or belief in Sri Lanka. 

Prayers

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Pray for radical Buddhists to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ. 

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Pray for radical Buddhists to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ. 

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Pray for some of these radical Buddhists to become radical followers of Jesus, like Paul the persecutor.

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Pray for some of these radical Buddhists to become radical followers of Jesus, like Paul the persecutor.

3

Pray for the radical Buddhists to turn away from their vain thinking and destructive ways.

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Pray for the radical Buddhists to turn away from their vain thinking and destructive ways.

4

Pray for the government to enact laws to protect the rights of all.

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Pray for the government to enact laws to protect the rights of all.

5

Pray for more missionaries to join our team to help make disciples in Sri Lanka.

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Pray for more missionaries to join our team to help make disciples in Sri Lanka.

6

Pray for the urgent need of two counsellor-teachers to further develop the seminary program.

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Pray for the urgent need of two counsellor-teachers to further develop the seminary program.

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