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SIM Malawi is dedicated to sharing Christ’s love in Malawi in word and deed. 

马拉维

SIM Malawi is dedicated to sharing Christ’s love in Malawi in word and deed. 

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Global Worker Support Fund

Around the world, people are being mobilised into mission from what we call the “emerging church.” Areas of Africa, Latin America, and South Asia that traditionally received mission workers are now raising up and sending out local workers to make disciples of Jesus.

Technology Fortification and Expansion

SIM Technology Fortification and Expansion supports and invests in the key strategic features of SIM’s global IT systems.

Hope with Dignity

Hope with Dignity will express the compassion of Christ through creating relationships and opportunities that counter poverty and exploitation of individuals, families, and communities.

English training centre

This ministry is using the avenue of teaching English to students as a means to build relationships with them and share the gospel.

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.

Trauma Healing

SIM Trauma Healing is a church and community-based outreach that equips believers with integrated biblical and mental health principles to care for victims of trauma in their communities.

Mobilising Missionaries and Churches

To empower and mobilise Korean and East Asian missionaries and churches in reaching out through various ministries to communities who don’t know Christ in SIM’s strategic areas.

Latinoamericana

This ministry aims to engage Latin American churches to participate in Christ’s mission across cultures. The ministry partners and networks with churches and agencies to mobilise Latin American missionaries into crosscultural ministry to make Christ known and make disciples where he is not known.

Short-Term Exposure Ministry

Our goal is to take pastors, leaders of mission boards and missionary candidates for short-term exploratory trips to different countries where there is a great need for missionaries.

Pacific2Nations

This ministry aims to empower a movement of Pacific people, rising up and going into the nations, proclaiming the Gospel and demonstrating God's love and power.

Church Engagement

SIM Canada is embarking on a long-term strategy to boost missionarynumbers in our churches through several objectives.

For Freedom

Anti-trafficking and exploitation ministries.

Youth Ministry El Sendero

Reaching young people between 15 and 25 years of age in creative ways.

Radio Frequence Vie

We envision the entire country of Cote d’Ivoire and beyond being reached with the gospel message through FM radio.

Street Kids

To invite the kids to give their life to Jesus and to disciple them.

Compassion Ministries

Churches expressing God's love and compassion, serving their communities, and reaching out with the gospel to the vulnerable among them.

Zion Evangelical Bible Schools (ZEBS) Lesotho

To maintain and build strong contacts in the country, specifically in the District of Leribe, where more than 50 Ama-Zioni church leaders have expressed a desire to study God’s Word.

Youth Workers Toolkit

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

Youth Ministry

Ministry to encourage teenagers to be disciples.

Youth Leader Training

The aim of this project is to train and inspire leaders to see that they are not alone. We desire to increase spiritual unity by offering personal mentoring, advice and training to local youth leaders, helping them start new initiatives, and as they face different challenges in their ministries.

Global Worker Support Fund

Around the world, people are being mobilised into mission from what we call the “emerging church.” Areas of Africa, Latin America, and South Asia that traditionally received mission workers are now raising up and sending out local workers to make disciples of Jesus.

Technology Fortification and Expansion

SIM Technology Fortification and Expansion supports and invests in the key strategic features of SIM’s global IT systems.

Hope with Dignity

Hope with Dignity will express the compassion of Christ through creating relationships and opportunities that counter poverty and exploitation of individuals, families, and communities.

English training centre

This ministry is using the avenue of teaching English to students as a means to build relationships with them and share the gospel.

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.

Trauma Healing

SIM Trauma Healing is a church and community-based outreach that equips believers with integrated biblical and mental health principles to care for victims of trauma in their communities.

Mobilising Missionaries and Churches

Capacitar y movilizar misioneros e iglesias coreanas y chinas para alcanzar a través de varios ministerios a las comunidades que no conocen a Cristo en áreas estratégicas del SIM.

Latinoamericana

This ministry aims to engage Latin American churches to participate in Christ’s mission across cultures. The ministry partners and networks with churches and agencies to mobilise Latin American missionaries into crosscultural ministry to make Christ known and make disciples where he is not known.

Short-Term Exposure Ministry

Our goal is to take pastors, leaders of mission boards and missionary candidates for short-term exploratory trips to different countries where there is a great need for missionaries.

Pacific2Nations

Este ministerio apunta a capacitar a un movimiento del Pacífico, levantándose y yendo a las naciones, proclamando el Evangelio y demostrando el amor y el poder de Dios.

Church Engagement

Reconocer que las organizaciones misioneras necesitan re-comprometer a la iglesia, el SIM de Canadá está embarcándose en una estrategia a largo plazo para impulsar los números de misioneros por medio de varios objetivos par alas Iglesias que actualmente tienen relaciones con misioneros del SIM.

For Freedom

Anti-trafficking and exploitation ministries.

Youth Ministry El Sendero

Alcanzando a los jóvenes entre 15 y 25 años de forma creativa.

Radio Frequence Vie

We envision the entire country of Cote d’Ivoire and beyond being reached with the gospel message through FM radio.

Street Kids

To invite the kids to give their life to Jesus and to disciple them.

Compassion Ministries

Iglesias expresando el amor y la compasión de Dios, sirviendo sus comunidades y extendiendo el evangelio a los más vulnerables entre ellos.

Zion Evangelical Bible Schools (ZEBS) Lesotho

Mantener y construir fuertes contactos en el país, específicamente en el distrito de Leribe, donde más de 50 líderes de iglesias Ama-Zioni han expresado un deseo de estudiar la palabra de Dios.

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.

Youth Ministry

Ministry to encourage teenagers to be disciples.

Youth Leader Training

The aim of this project is to train and inspire leaders to see that they are not alone. We desire to increase spiritual unity by offering personal mentoring, advice and training to local youth leaders, helping them start new initiatives, and as they face different challenges in their ministries.

Communities where Christ is least known

Yao

SIM has been working amongst the Yao people of Malawi since the late 1980s. The Yao are almost exclusively Muslim and are spread across eastern Malawi, northern Mozambique and southern Tanzania. In partnership with the Bible Society, the Scriptures were translated into Yao, and the full Yao Bible was published in 2014. Many missionaries have come and gone during this time — it is a difficult area in which to minister.
SIM also partners with OM in the ministry of Radio Lilanguka (“light” in the Yao language), a community radio station based in Mangochi, and with GZB, a Dutch mission organisation in a ministry called Mthenga Wabwino (“good messenger” in the Chichewa language). Mthenga Wabwino provides resources and training to help churches throughout Malawi engage with the communities around them.

prayers

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Pray for the blessing of God’s Word in the heart language of the Yao people to impact this people group.

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Pray for the blessing of God’s Word in the heart language of the Yao people to impact this people group.

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Pray for the ministry of Radio Lilanguka, that many Yao would hear the gospel and respond.

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Pray for the ministry of Radio Lilanguka, that many Yao would hear the gospel and respond.

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Pray for missionaries and ministry workers to courageously declare the good news of Jesus in the face of spiritual warfare and opposition.

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Pray for missionaries and ministry workers to courageously declare the good news of Jesus in the face of spiritual warfare and opposition.

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Pray for the work of Mthenga Wabwino in training and mobilising churches.

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Pray for the work of Mthenga Wabwino in training and mobilising churches.

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Pray for fellowship groups of Yao believers to grow and be courageous witnesses in their own communities.

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Pray for fellowship groups of Yao believers to grow and be courageous witnesses in their own communities.

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Pray for more kingdom workers to be sent to minister among the Yao.

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Pray for more kingdom workers to be sent to minister among the Yao.

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