Your window on partnering for the unreached through
Bible translation, community development, and church planting
Dangerous Love: Ray Norman
Ray and Helene Norman lived in Mauritania serving the Muslim people over the time of 9/11. What follows in their family’s life shows that God gives courage, not only to face extreme circumstances, but also to make uncomfortable choices. In the midst of it all, His grace comes through in unexpected ways. You can also read this story in Norman’s book Dangerous Love.
God's Vision for All Nations: Mickey Brubaker
What do Scriptures reveal about God’s heart for all the nations? Brother Mickey lived for some years in Tanzania, and carries a deep burden for the expansion of God’s kingdom around the world through church planting.
Our Role as a Sending Church: Ron Miller
Cuba Mennonite Church has partnered with All-Nations for over 5 years in sending a family. Brother Ron tells us a bit of that journey.
First North and Then South: David Sensenig
Rejoice in God’s leading as David describes how their team came together, received support and blessing from their church, and investigated the needs of one people group and then another.
Becoming a Bible Translator: the Wagoners
The Wagoners explain the role of Bible translation in a language group and how God led them into this work and to southern Mexico.
Mother Tongue Literacy
Is it important for communities to learn to read in their own language? Learn what literacy workers and coaches do, and why their work can be transformational as a function of church-planting teams.
Resources for Church Planting Teams: Earl Peachey
We have been researching and compiling resources for our teams and their churches who provide direction to church planting on the field. Brother Earl will describe some of the jewels we’ve found.