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Since 1995, Mission ONE has partnered with local leaders in Thailand, working holistically to minister to rural communities by planting churches, discipling believers, and training local leaders. Thai culture is largely influenced by Buddhism, which entails stronger family and communal ties. With that, the choice to follow Jesus is frequently made collectively. This dynamic can…

Our local partner in Pokot, Kenya has been working closely with Mission ONE since 2000. Together with their dedicated team, they operate in the remote areas of Northern Kenya and South Sudan, spreading the love of Jesus and the message of the gospel. Currently, this ministry supports a team of 21 leaders, including 3 local…

In 2001, Mission ONE began a partnership with a local ministry in the heart of the Middle East. With your generous support, this ministry spans across both Syria and Lebanon, and throughout the years has shown the love of Jesus through a variety of efforts including repatriating families and building up the local church through…

We believe it’s through the expression of the local church that communities are sustained and transformed to look more like the Kingdom of God. In July, we visited our ministry partners throughout Africa. While we were there, Olivia, Mission ONE President, recorded this special video message for you showcasing how the local church is sharing…

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…

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