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YOU Can Make a Difference

Can only superhumans or the mega-powerful make a difference? No, indeed! You can make a difference in the lives of missionaries. Read how three different groups decided to bless missionaries in distinct ways as they followed God’s leading.

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News Around the World

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

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A Different Way to Say ‘Welcome Home!’

We were greeted by those returning to the village, each one excited to tell us where they were when the plane flew over

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Do you want to serve God well? Here are some things missionaries have learned.

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From Our Executive Director

Weak as we are, God has chosen to use us to spread His fame. Absolutely amazing!

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Change Hearts Around the World

Want to make a lasting, worldwide impact through heart-language ministries? You have several opportunities.

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Kristin Simmons

After I completed high school in Papua New Guinea, I did not think I would return to PNG but was open to go wherever the Lord saw fit to send me.

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Indigenous Ministries is a ministry of Ethnos Canada, establishing thriving churches among the Indigenous Peoples in Canada.

Our culture has a ubiquitous focus on self: My happiness. My independence. My success.

In contrast, Ethnos Canada is looking for believers willing to work on teams that establish thriving churches in Northern Canada. Here are five reasons you should join an Indigenous Ministries team:

  1. Teamwork creates synergy.
  2. Teamwork increases points of contact.
  3. Teamwork increases the vitality of each worker’s ministry.
  4. Teamwork increases the longevity of the ministry.
  5. Teamwork reduces financial costs.

Learn more about what Ethnos Canada is doing in Northern Canada, and subscribe…

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• LEARN how God is completing the Great Commission.
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• DISCOVER the team necessary to reach isolated people groups.
• GAIN the focus you need to live a life of eternal impact.

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Helicopter Update

Ethnos360 Aviation needs two helicopters for two distinct places: the Philippines and Brazil. Their versatility lends to their utility, but that utility comes at a high price.

As of March 2019, here are the outstanding needs for each one:
Brazil: $1 million of $1.8 million
Philippines: $248,568 of $1.5 million

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