אתיופיה

Compelled by God’s love and by the reality that millions of people live and die without knowing Christ, we strive to expand the Church’s capacity to make disciples and multiply churches in communities where Christ is least known, so that the triune God alone may be genuinely worshipped by every person.

אתיופיה

Compelled by God’s love and by the reality that millions of people live and die without knowing Christ, we strive to expand the Church’s capacity to make disciples and multiply churches in communities where Christ is least known, so that the triune God alone may be genuinely worshipped by every person.

Come and Serve

Bingham Academy

This ministry provides quality Christian education for the children of missionaries and others who seek to make a kingdom impact in Ethiopia.

Theological Education

SIM Ethiopia Theological Education Ministries seek to prepare church and ministry leaders, as well as cross-cultural workers.

Urban Ministry

This ministry aims to see sexual purity practiced among the youth in Ethiopia.

Bingham Academy

Este ministerio provee educación cristiana de calidad para los hijos de los misioneros y de otros que buscan tener un impacto del reino en Etiopía.

Theological Education

Los ministerios de educación teológica de Etiopía del SIM buscan preparar a la iglesia y a líderes ministeriales, así como obreros transculturales.

Urban Ministry

Este ministerio apunta a ver que se practique la pureza sexual entre los jóvenes.

Communities where Christ is least known

Children and youth

Well over half of Ethiopia (approximately 102 million people) are under the age of 20. As a result of rapid population growth, migration to urban areas and the availability of technology and the Internet, most of these young people have limited opportunities to come to know Christ and become his followers.

Vulnerable

The urban population has increased to around 20 per cent in this primarily rural country and the rate of change is increasing. Poverty and abuse remain major issues, especially among newcomers to urban areas. Girls and homeless street boys are at risk of being trafficked.

Prayers

1

Pray for business leaders, community leaders and church leaders who have significant roles in their contexts and are strategically placed to have an impact where Christ is least known.

2

Pray for children and youth ministries in Ethiopian churches, communities and projects, that they will have sufficient people and resources to serve families needing biblical discipleship.

3

Pray for recruitment of excellent teachers who can serve at Bingham Academy with a passion for making disciples among students and advancing missions outreach.

4

Pray for greater interdependent teamwork and healthy ministry relationships.

5

Pray for churches and their leaders to become more willing to care about and show Christ’s love to neighbours in their communities.

6

Pray for teaching, disciple making and mentoring initiatives in Orthodox communities.

7

Pray for healthy church partnerships and ongoing, effective disciple-making initiatives.


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