No matter where you serve, you want to thrive, not just survive. Whether it’s interpersonal conflict or challenging cultural barriers, Ethnos Canada's missionary training program exists to help believers prepare to establish thriving churches cross-culturally.
Ethnos missionaries don't receive a set salary and are subject to fluctuations in support and unexpected expenses. They trust God to support their physical needs through gifts from God's people. You can play a part in bringing the gospel to all nations by your donation to the missionary assistance fund.
For the past 19 years, Chimane Radio, a Christian radio station based in Bolivia, has provided programming for five ethnic groups in Bolivia, but the ministry is struggling due to lack of funding. Operational costs, including wages, electricity, maintenance, and administration, are $21,000 annually.
Your gift to this project will help to build two buildings that will be used for Sunday church activities and during the week for Bible teaching and literacy teaching.
Your investment in Ethnos will be used in the most strategic way to perform the behind the scenes work in Canada to recruit, equip and support missionaries around the world.
Medical emergencies are bad enough. But what if help is far away and your only hope is an expensive medevac flight?
Your gift will help simplify and speed the culture and language learning process for more missionaries, which will in turn accelerate the process of reaching tribes and transforming lives.
Why meet in the Chihuahuan Desert?
A very limited number of resource books for Bible translators exists in Spanish. Your gift will help make one more valuable title available to them by facilitating the Spanish translation of "A Translation for Translators" by Dr. Ellis Deibler.