Equipping the Church for Missions

Our desire is to equip the church to teach, disciple, and model a faithful Christian walk in order to reach their neighbours and the least reached for Christ. We want the church to be convinced, as we are, that no one should live and die without hearing the gospel. 

We plan to achieve this through strategic projects that include:

  • Secondary School Education
  • Safe Drinking Water
  • Missionary Housing project
  • Gideon Theological College
  • Spiritual Life Conference
  • Relief and Contingency. 

Come and Serve

Disciple-makers from all backgrounds 

Secondary school teachers 

Prayers

1

Pray our relational bridges with partner churches will be strengthened. 

2

Pray for more workers to be mobilised and that we would minister powerfully with God’s truth. 

3

Pray that the country would stabilise. 

4

Pray for a stable Arabic language learning location. 

5

Praise the Lord for the openness of Blue Nile tribes to the gospel. 

6

Praise the Lord for the many missionaries who now speak Sudanese languages. 


Stories about this ministry

Meeting the needs of migrants in Malaysia

In the case of Malaysia, the Lower House of Parliament in a 2015 session revealed a figure of 2.7 million registered migrants in the country.

New missions Centre carries SIM Philippines into new era

The time intensive plants take tending and patience, finally yielding a crop many years after planting. So it goes with ministry to minority religious groups in the Philippines.

Empowering indigenous people to worship through the arts

Filipino Christians find unique cultural avenues for expressing their faith

Crossing barriers to Filipinos

Ibrahim, a former Filipino Muslim, and his wife Mae are crossing cultural and religious barriers in Mindanao to support Islamic communities and the people who serve them. Through local arts, storytelling and the House of Barnabas retreat centre they are hoping to introduce Muslim Filipinos to the prophet Isa (Jesus).

20 years later, God finds Pradip in Nepal

When Pradip* was a young boy growing up in Eastern Nepal, he found a Hindi Bible. Even though it was not in his native language, he was able to read through the whole book and see the love of Jesus.

Trading death for life

His name is Adam, and he was a witch doctor.

Meeting the needs of migrants in Malaysia

In the case of Malaysia, the Lower House of Parliament in a 2015 session revealed a figure of 2.7 million registered migrants in the country.

New missions Centre carries SIM Philippines into new era

The time intensive plants take tending and patience, finally yielding a crop many years after planting. So it goes with ministry to minority religious groups in the Philippines.

Empowering indigenous people to worship through the arts

Filipino Christians find unique cultural avenues for expressing their faith

Crossing barriers to Filipinos

Ibrahim, a former Filipino Muslim, and his wife Mae are crossing cultural and religious barriers in Mindanao to support Islamic communities and the people who serve them. Through local arts, storytelling and the House of Barnabas retreat centre they are hoping to introduce Muslim Filipinos to the prophet Isa (Jesus).

20 years later, God finds Pradip in Nepal

When Pradip* was a young boy growing up in Eastern Nepal, he found a Hindi Bible. Even though it was not in his native language, he was able to read through the whole book and see the love of Jesus.

Trading death for life

His name is Adam, and he was a witch doctor.