We are currently focused on several parts of the world providing financial support, prayer support, and encouragement for brothers and sisters serving in these parts of the world. In addition, we support short term mission teams as they travel and Lord willingly will send long term missionaries from the body to be witnesses of Jesus Christ.
The Berean body has sent several short term mission teams to Haiti to encourage, equip and to share the gospel of Christ. The last team went April 2013. We have built a church in Ennery, Haiti. The teams go to serve however they are needed.
The 2013 team ministered in many ways to communicate the gospel and God’s greatness. They also brought crafts to work with children. The entire team served in the Name of Christ as they were needed.
Contact: Paul Larsen
We pray for all of Africa with our primary focus being MEG an organization based in the Republic of Congo dedicated to sharing the truth of the gospel with the people of the Congo and the surrounding area. Since we became involved with the organization in 2002, through the work of the Holy Spirit it has grown from 17 churches to 38.
Contact: Dave Alderman
We are supporting Prem Gideon in Anurag as she shares and teaches young women and children about the love of Jesus while giving them an opportunity to become educated and support their families.
Website for Anurag: http://anuragsociety.org
Contact: Kathy Kuhlmann
Fishing Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada
We are supporting Mike and Gloria Gunnon as the first full time missionaries sent from the Berean body into the mission field. They are currently partnering with NAIM, Berean Community Church, and Chief Allan and Marjorie Paquachan of Fishing Lake, SK to reach the Salteauex people of Fishing Lake with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. They also hope to partner with Carl Keinle of the local church in Kylemore, where the few Native Christians from Fishing Lake attend church. Mike and Gloria hope to begin a children’s ministry to share Jesus and teach Biblical truths to children and their parents. They hope to build relationships in the community with the elders of the community and to come alongside those struggling with alcohol and the affects of abuse.
Website for NAIM: www.naim.ca
Gospel for Asia
This organization’s primary aim is to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with those who have never before heard His name. The organization trains and sends native missionaries as they have proven extremely effective. They are already familiar with the language and culture, and they live at the level of the people they serve, thus removing many social barriers. 100% of the financial support provided to this organization is for work in the mission field. Nothing is used for administrative expenses.