One of our summer missionary associates shares her experience of teaching via online this summer. Because she has been working in a sensitive area the following testimonial does not include any identifying information. Praise the Lord that I have had the privilege to serve as a summer missionary associate for two years in a row. Both mission trips were excellent
How Can You Pray for Our Missionaries? As some of our fields anticipate not being able to welcome teams and friends this summer as they normally do, would you commit to pray for each of our missionaries? Feel free to use the schedule below, if you find it helpful: Week of April 22: for the Boardwalk Chapel as they prepare for
I think of my time there as a drip in the seed-watering process. Long-term workers have been planting and watering seeds there for years through building relationships, translating literature, training leaders…
She started telling me about how hard it is to be the way she is. I told her that I had just been reading part of the Bible that tells us how God knows us and understands us completely. Almost before the words were out of my mouth, she passionately said, “I need religion…”
I wanted to more boldly share the gospel with them since my time was running out. That week, I asked my church to pray for me to not waste my words during the final week that I had left in Asia….God opened the door for a conversation about the Bible and allowed me to share the good news of His
“English House” is an opportunity to teach English Conversation in a university classroom and live in a student residence on a university campus for a month in Asia! You will be part of a team that often consists of volunteers from around the world . . .
Missionary Associates serve as full-time university instructors of interactive English conversation for one to two years, investing in the lives of students who are uniquely positioned to impact this region of the world…
We came to the university to serve in the English Conversation Office, where we each taught one or two classes. While teaching was our task, we were also dedicated to shining the light of the Gospel into the darkness our students lived in, through relationship-building, prayer, and welcoming students into our lives . . .