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My name is Bikonzi, and I am the Coordinator of Strategic Projects here at Mission ONE. I work directly alongside our local partners as they are serving and meeting the needs of their communities. A few months ago, I had the honor of visiting our local partners in South Sudan. I left feeling inspired by…

The season of Advent is such a special time of the year as it prepares and directs our hearts towards the joy and celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. If we allow it to, apart from the usual hustle and bustle of shopping, party planning, and meal preparations, it refocuses our gaze towards hope…

We were never intended to live in poverty, divided against one another, with little hope for peace, yet that is what most marginalized communities around the world are facing.   This is why our local indigenous partners spend their time and resources engaging with these communities in order for them to feel known and seen in…

The Ephesians 2 Gospel Project was born out of a realization that Ephesians 2:11–22, a text about the gospel of peace through cross-cultural unity in Christ, is widely ignored as part of the gospel.   In our Western culture, the gospel is often viewed through an individualistic lens. With this perspective, much is missed about how…

For refugees, escaping war and persecution in their home countries doesn’t result in the end of all struggle. Resettling comes with its own host of challenges. In addition to the trauma they already experienced which led to them fleeing their homes, they are then faced with language and communication barriers, differing cultures, and separation from…

There is power in sharing someone’s story. There is power in being seen and heard. There is power in connecting with a person you’ll likely never have a chance to meet. Mission ONE is working to transform Pokot, Kenya through a local Indigenous partner living and working in the community. In 2021, the All-Girls School…

At Mission ONE, we have humbly spent decades building quality relationships with global partners, learning by listening, observing, and staying steadfast. Our work with indigenous changemakers, leaders, and experts has given us a ton of insight on how to successfully create cross-cultural partnerships that honor God and make the world more like the Kingdom. Many…

“But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.” –Matthew 6:33 At Mission ONE, we seek to make the world more like the Kingdom of God, but we’re breaking down what that looks like for us as we work with indigenous partners, bring about restoration,…

​​God always sees all His people. Not in the state they may perceive themselves, but in the way we were originally created, in the Image of God. In Hagar’s story, she sees herself as alone and abandoned with her son, thirsty and dying in the desert. But God, he sees her and calls her up,…

Meet Willy, the visionary who has walked alongside the Pokot people and shared God’s love for over a decade. The vision of the All-Girls School in Pokot, Kenya began in the heart of Willy, a 22-year partner of Mission ONE and fervent disciple of Christ, who genuinely cares for the body, mind, and soul of…

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