More Like the Kingdom

At the end of June, we had the opportunity to participate in a pastors’ conference hosted by our local partner in Togo. Together with Mission ONE support, we were able to deliver Biblical training to 120 pastors serving rural communities across Togo, Benin, Ghana, Nigeria, and Ivory Coast. These missionaries travel to remote villages sharing…

A couple months ago, we launched a campaign to fund a coffee project in Nepal. With your faithful impact, we are on our way to purchasing the land and initiating the groundwork for the coffee project. We want to take a moment to share how God has been working in the details for over a…

We want to share a story with you about one of the employees of the chicken project our local partner, Pastor Thomas, started in the Kiryandongo Refugee Camp. John, a 17-year-old from South Sudan, lost his father in the ongoing civil war in his home country. Struggling with grief and her own battle of addiction,…

The Kiryandongo Refugee Camp in Uganda currently hosts over 60,000 refugees who have fled the effects of war in their home countries. Like our local partner, most of those living in this camp are from South Sudan and have tried to escape the civil war there. Though entering into a more stable country can bring…

Our local partner in Uganda, Pastor Thomas, has found a way to truly love his neighbor as himself—to meet those around him exactly where they are at and care for their needs in a tangible way. From South Sudan, he and his family fled the ongoing war and found safety in the neighboring country of…

At Mission ONE, we partner with the local church in sharing the gospel with unreached people groups, but that’s not all. We also find creative solutions to sustain ministry in order for its reach to far surpass what can be seen in the here and now. Our partner in Nepal is no different! Since 2004,…

In 2008, the Nepalese government officially freed all bond-servants from their debts, however, there wasn’t an effective system in place to provide them with the resources they needed to thrive. Today, there are still many who have been left without their own land or homes, forcing them to continue working under the authority of their…

In the heart of Kenya, Mission to Unreached People (MUPE) is working tirelessly to address physical and spiritual poverty in the country. Through its team of dedicated missionaries, MUPE focuses on empowering communities through education, health, and church development. However, the organization has historically struggled to cover the costs of their ministry and to provide…

In South Sudan, our local partner is finding a creative solution to meet the needs of his community. Because of the ongoing unrest and instability in South Sudan, countless people are struggling to buy food and provide for their families. Inflation has driven up the costs of just about everything, and the current drought they…

At Mission ONE, we listen to those in need and respond by sustaining communities through the local church. We want to take a moment to explain how and why we do just that. Before we start projects, we first develop trusted and long-term relationships with local leaders and organizations who are already serving those around…

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