God has given the church a great commission to proclaim the Gospel to all nations. However, not all believers are called to a foreign field. Serving the Lord in a foreign land often brings unimaginable spiritual and physical challenges. Those at home can help, indeed, have a responsibility to aid foreign missions in prayer and giving. In the Spirit of the Philippian Church (Philippians 4:10-19), we are grateful that by giving, we can have a small part in the works of the following:
The Mazzaferri family has labored in Italy for 25 years. They’ve established a church and are responsible for the translation and distribution of Bibles and tracts.
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Kourtesi 14, Halandri, Athens, Greece 15234
The Millers have labored in Scotland for about 30 years. They’ve established a church in Inverurie and conduct worship services in Huntly. Currently their ministries include street work and Care Home ministry.
The Korianitis Family has been laboring on the island of Zakynthos in Greece for about 17 years. They have established a church, recently building their own Bible church—a landmark in Greece. Other ministries include a Christian children’s summer camp, an outreach to the Roma and the publication of a Christian newspaper.
Alethias Faros, Greek Bible radio (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wave.h455aaa0&hl=en), as well as Final Fight Bible Radio (English) and Bible radio in other languages.
Mike Roberts is responsible for establishing and directing the Southeast Asian Orphan Foundation (SEAOF)—a Christian ministry committed to helping Vietnamese orphans unite with a relative and live in a family home built by the foundation. His other ministries include: church planting, Bible distribution and training up Bible leaders.
The Russell family are laboring for the Lord in Mexico. Their calling is to evangelize, plant churches and raise up national pastors in that country. You can read more about them here: http://russells2mexico.com/