For decades, Huron Chapel Evangelical Missionary Church, a congregation of around 200 people in Auburn, Ontario, has invested heavily in finishing the Great Commission.
Take a moment to think about how amazing it is that you can decipher these little black marks on white paper into words. Hundreds of languages still have no alphabet and therefore no written form.
The way you view the relationship between missionaries and the church might not be biblical.
As the Akolet people silently absorbed the truth, realization dawned. The spirits they had feared and worshiped for generations didn’t have any power either!
See how a local church in America is impacting the world by sending a family to Papua New Guinea.
What is amazing is that as the body of Christ—the Church—we have been tasked with taking this message of hope to the nations/ethnos... God wants to use ordinary people like you and me to do extraordinary work.
The Continual Learner If you sign up to be a missionary in a tribal context, I don’t think you will [...]
The Akolet believers are beginning to take responsibility for the church upon themselves.
Literacy and Heart Language Ministry Heart language ministries are the foundation of so much of what Ethnos Canada is involved [...]