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 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.
This project is currently being used to channel funds for the work team helping with buildings in Sobega, Papua New Guinea.
Gifts of any size help ensure strong, effective support for missionaries bringing the gospel to Canada's First Peoples.
Some Ethnos Canada missionaries can't be listed for security reasons, but you can still donate to the costs of their ministry. Simply input the amount of your donation below and proceed to the next step by pressing Add to Cart. You will have an opportunity to designate the intended recipient of your donation on the third step of the donation process by filling in the Special Instructions for Finance Team field.
Your gift to this project will help toward the purchase/construction of a two-story guest facility that will enable the West African team to have an adequate centre of operations to reach into challenging and difficult contexts across West Africa.
Your financial contribution to the Sobega Building Project will help provide our remote bush missionary families with suitable housing where they can get adequate rest and refreshment for their short- or long-term stay.
By helping to build this facility, you are helping missionaries be healthy, refreshed and equipped to effectively plant churches among unreached people groups.