Global Mission Partners

"In partnership we can make a difference"

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  • Join the embody team!

    22 July, 2015

    We are looking for someone to join the embody team, as our embody Queensland Relationships Manager. If you are connected to the community of young people within Churches of Christ Queensland, and are passionate about young people getting involved in global mission, this could be for you. You'll help to empower embody Church Reps and other grassroots community members to take action on global mission, and get to be a part of the Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE /* Style Definitions */table.MsoNormalTable{mso-style-name:"Table… Read More
  • Going Deeper - July 2015

    21 July, 2015

    Going Deeper – July 2015 Dear Friends, Welcome to the July edition of Going Deeper. Thank you for your prayers and support for our partners. It is greatly appreciated. Fiji Fiji Community Churches of Christ, Bruce Edwards Praise God: Muneshwar has been able to secure a suitable meeting space for the church at Naceva, and the community is showing interest in knowing more about Christianity. The recent baptism of a family of three! We were able to get help for Manoj, who has suffered from serious eye issues and was facing blindness at the age of 40. I was able to secure an appointment for him at the Pacific Eye Institute. That the Vuci Rd church was encouraged by the visit of the Nowra team. Pastor Raj reflected after the visit, "They have left something in people's hearts - being willing to come and share." Pray For: The Nakasi Church: “Sadly, the ministry appointment made in February at the Nakasi Church had to be concluded last Sunday.… Read More
  • The Value of Church Partnerships

    9 July, 2015

    Recently a small team from the Nowra Church of Christ (NSW) visited the Vuci Rd Church in Nasouri, Fiji, as the first step in building what we hope will be a long term and mutually beneficial partnership. Introductions were made between the Australian team and local Pastor Raj Deo, his family and church congregation. Two of the Nowra team members included Margaret Kirk and her husband, Tony: “ We had no idea what we were heading into, and had doubts about whether we had the gifts or experience needed to help. We simply prayed that God would come with us”. The team from Nowra joined Raj in some pastoral visitation, praying for the sick and for other needs in people’s lives. The team also participated in a prayer meeting and Bible study in a church member’s home, followed by great food (like pumpkin curry) and great fellowship. The sharing, both in the more formal time of the meeting, and afterwards had quite an impact on the local church members. Raj reflected… Read More
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