Category: Maintenance Project
STM 2023 Wrap-Up: Short-Term Missions, Long-Term Blessings by Allison Groot, STM Administrative Assistant Summer 2023 is gone just as quickly as it came. However, for the first time in multiple years, OPC Short-Term Missions is thankful to be able to look back on a summer full of teams traveling around the globe to assist missionaries, engage in evangelism, and to
Some have likened Karamoja to the “Wild West” or referred to it as the “Ugandan Wilderness.” In this region there is a great need for the light of the Gospel to shine forth in the area’s culture and in the hearts of its people. Situated in the middle of it all is the OPC Karamoja Mission Station. The OPC Mission
“There is no way to even start to understand life here without being here. Living here, seeing how the mission operates—it’s been enjoyable and eye-opening,” says Jed Homan, Missionary Associate at the OP Uganda Mission. Jed is beginning his third month of work in Nakaale, Karamoja, Uganda and reports that it has been satisfying to be able to make progress
No doubt you’ve noticed the near-depleted list of short-term mission opportunities the past two years due to COVID restrictions. But praise the Lord, things seem to be changing and we’re encouraged! According to the travel site, Kayak, as of November 24, 2021, the borders of five countries are now open, with no restrictions. 166 countries’ borders are open, with limited
Do you like to get your hands dirty on a project? Are you curious about serving on a mission field? This may be just the combination you’ve been looking for. The Uganda Mission is looking for an individual skilled in maintenance projects (especially welding, vehicles and general grounds work) to come for a month or more. If you would like to be
OPC Missionary Ben Hopp writes: After almost two years in the planning, we were finally able to host a construction team to complete the Kaliko Roofing Project. Unrest in the past required this team to be canceled twice. We are thankful that the Lord provided a safe window for the team, coming mainly from Wisconsin OP churches, to complete the project.
Japan has opened up non-resident entry, and the Japan mission would love to receive a mission team or teams in the summer. Tasks to be done would include service in the community, VBS or similar kids’ programs, tract distribution, and carpentry tasks, primarily at both Nozomi and Megumi church buildings. Having at least one or two experienced carpenters would be a