Christian Mission for the UN Community
Christian Mission for the United Nations Communnity is a ministry geared to sharing the gospel with the heads of government, foreign ministers and ambassadors at the United Nations. Numerous meetings with many of these high level officials occur during the course of a year and whenever the U.N. is in session. Evangelistic outreaches and follow-up meetings are held on a one-on-one basis.
Go To Nations
Dr. Bruce and Emma Behnken, missionaries to Asia, travel four times a year to Saigon, Vietnam, and once a year to Thailand and Singapore. They oversee a Filipina missionary (Ruby Gatchalian) in Saigon; teach in three CBI schools in three provinces of the Philippines with 120 students, and organize and train teaching teams of six Asian missionaries to go into Saigon.
I.N.I.M. plants churches and runs orphanages and a Bible College for training evangelists and pastors.
Dan and Laura Hash have been serving the Lord in Poland for the last twelve years and are leading youth to Christ and developing them into leaders. They assist local churches in Poland to inspire and equip the young generation. Laura also does crisis counseling along with her husband, especially with marriage counseling. She is also involved with women’s ministries and a Mothers of Preschoolers program.
Mergelane Media (Assembly of God World Missions)
David and Celia Olson are missionaries of the Assemblies of God serving in the Latin American and Caribbean region of the world. Nevertheless they respond to opportunities and needs around the world.
SEND International — East Asia
SEND International — Macedonia
The East Asia SENDing Council was established in 2001 to facilitate the sending of local Christians into missions. Hong Kong Christians have since gone with SEND on short-term trips and into full-time ministry to countries like Taiwan, Russia, Japan and China. The recruitment and equipment of Hong Kong Christians for missions has become the main ministry thrust now in Hong Kong for SEND.
Wycliffe Bible Translators — Singapore
Wycliffe Bible Translators — Togo, Africa
Today about 340 million people do not have any Scripture in their language. Wycliffe’s vision is to see the Bible accessible to all people in the language they understand best. To make this vision a reality, Wycliffe also focuses on community development, literacy development and church partnerships.