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Tanzania: a Land of Diversity

What does it take to reach people in such a culturally, linguistically, and geographically diverse country? A diverse team — the whole body of Christ.

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What Was God Thinking?

He gave up the glory of heaven for a stable. What was He thinking? How many of us would make that choice? Would we choose to leave a glorious mansion for a drafty barn or a cardboard box under an overpass?

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Goats and Goodbyes

I was standing in our bedroom, folding clothes as we prepared to leave our third “home” in three months. I crossed to the window to see if I could find out who was wailing outside.

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Twelve Nahuatl Believers Baptized

A small church exists in the Nahuatl people group of Mexico, and the missionaries continue to teach and disciple the young believers.

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They Don’t Know God Loves Them

Who doesn’t know that “God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life”? Estimates place the number of people who have no access to that truth at 3 billion.

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What is Partner to Partner?

The Partner to Partner newsletter helps you see how God is working around the world through your partnership with Ethnos Canada.

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News Around the World

Read this collection of missions stories and updates from around the world.

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From Our Executive Director

It’s a testimony to the grace, power and love of God that people associated with Ethnos Canada in East Africa are working closely with African churches to cross even more cultural and language barriers with God’s saving message.

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Kezia Rumley

While a teenager, Kezia came across a First Nations exhibit in Tobermory, Ontario and prayed, “God, if there are any people like this left up north, I’ll go to them.” She promptly forgot all about that prayer, but God didn’t!

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SHARE GOD’S LOVE ALL YEAR LONG

When people hear and read God’s message in their own language, it speaks to them in a way no other Bible translation does. And it speaks to them of God’s love. It’s a demonstration that our Almighty Creator hasn’t stopped reaching out to people wherever they are.

Your gift as a partner in heart language ministries plays a key role in demonstrating His love. And you can do more than make one gift. You can partner in heart language ministries all year long with monthly giving. You can do that in three ways.

Share God’s Love by Mail

Sharing God’s love through supporting heart language ministries by mail is as simple as sending a cheque. We’ll mail you a thank-you and an acknowledgement of your gift. And attached to that will be a tear-off portion you can return with your next gift.

Our mailing address is:

Ethnos Canada
313363 Hwy 6 S
PO Box 707
Durham ON N0G 1R0
Canada

Share God’s Love Automatically

You can share God’s love with a monthly, automatic deduction from your bank account.

At ethnos.ca/monthly-pad you’ll find the form and directions as well as answers to frequently asked questions.

Designate your gift for Where Most Needed (C1200).

Share God’s Love Online

You can set up recurring monthly gifts in any amount you choose.

Go to go.ethnos.ca/1912mag, click the donate to this project button, enter the amount you wish to give and click the add to cart button. On the Billing Address & Payment screen, select Monthly Donation.

Complete the rest of the page and click donate, and your recurring donation will be automatically billed to your credit card.

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The Compel podcast exists to engage women with the biblical basis for missions. We want to connect them to ordinary women who are serving around the world, sharing God’s heart for the nations. Our desire is to come alongside our sisters in this journey and share how women can be involved in spreading the gospel message to the ends of the earth.

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Ethnos360 Bible Institute

Study the whole Bible in two years with an emphasis on cross-cultural missions.

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