Help Us Feed Drought-Stricken Children in Africa

The Sahel region of Africa is in crisis. Erratic rains and an attack of pests and locusts have created a drought and food crisis, destroying entire harvests and leaving families with nothing to eat through this year’s hungry season. Nearly 13 million people are facing hunger or starvation in the region, where the worst-affected countries are Niger, Chad and Mali.

United Nations childrens’ agency warns 1.5 million children risk severe malnutrition if famine warnings are ignored. In the Sahel, rainfall is ...

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Meet Me Under the Bridge!

Messiah Missions and friends in Indiana will be assisting the ministry “Meet Me Under the Bridge” on Easter Sunday, April 8th, downtown Indianapolis. Thanks to your generous donations, Messiah Missions is also providing all the funding for the feeding of 40+ families. We are honored and blessed to work alongside this outreach, who are dedicated to the destitute living on the streets. It is a privilege to help serve and share the Gospel of God’s compassion through Christ with them. ...

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New Website and Design Layout

It was about time to update our presentation since 2009! We have just finished our new website and business cards have just been sent to printer in preparation for upcoming events, meetings, and presentations during 2012. You can see a preview below:

All our media, design and outreach efforts are volunteer provided, meaning nothing of every penny donated is spent in it but ...

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Exploring Evangelism Options for Indiana

Messiah Missions is not only a 10/40 mission work, but is directed by the Lord to reach out locally in the work of evangelism. 

In this context, there is a potential meeting in New York next month to explore how a table outreach ministry is carried out. 

Please pray that the Lord of Hosts direct our paths as to remain steadfast within His vision!

 

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Missions – Some precisions

We read this today and were hooked up. Who actually dares to say this in this time and age where ‘going in a mission of 15 days’ or ‘being a missionary for 7 days’ is so ‘in’?

Well, church planter Jeff Vanderstelt dares. He says, “I like to call mission trips, ‘mission visits’ and longer term ones, ‘mission vacations,’ because we are going to vacate when we leave. We are not staying. And that’s a problem. I’m watching a lot of ...

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Christ’s Call: Radical Obedience

We thought we would share this video with you because in it K.P. Yohanan touches different topics pertinent to world missions and the current state of the church – obedience to Christ’s Call is more of a choice than a command and this is not right.  Let us know what you think!

God bless you today.

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Poverty in the USA. Striking.

We were saddened to hear today that poverty is not being erradicated but it is rather increasing in the USA.  This video declares that children are going to bed hungry in the USA: “20 million Americans live on less that 11 thousand dollar a year for a family of four”.

Let us pray to be used in compassion to support those in need in anyway we can.

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An Update from Indiana

Messiah Missions is noticing markers pointing toward Angola, to assist those seeking hope through a man of 30 years field experience. Also a move toward local outreach is shaping. Many are victims of job and home loss, who have lost everything and now live on the streets. There are also many street children, living anonymously in desperation. After praying to the Creator about our lack of substance to move into these areas effectively, huge donations suddenly come from unexpected sources, ...

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Persecution continues

We just read this piece of news today.

Karnataka, 20 Christians in prayer assaulted and humiliated, accused of proselytizing:
It is the third anti-Christian incident in the state in 2012. Ultra-nationalist RSS (Rashtriya Sangh Savayansevak) have beaten, stripped and dragged the pastor in front of the whole village. Other incidents in Madhya Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir. President of the Global Council of Indian Christians: “The complicity between the government and ultranationalist forces are seriously endangering the survival of Christians in Karnataka”

Pastor ...

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Muslim Woman Turns to Christ

This video is a powerful testimony to the power of Christ, even in places where believing in Christ is a crime.  Padina is a Muslim woman who has no hope.  Her story is beautiful because we see once more God’s love available to all humanity.  This is our prayer – that the Lord will keep touching the hearts of those who are to know Him in this age, and He will give strength to His children who are being punished ...

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