We are privileged to be partners with others who are serving Jesus Christ in different parts of the world. The organizations listed below are Christian ministries that we currently support both financially and in prayer, and we commend them to you as well.
Middle East Reformed Fellowship (MERF) is an evangelical Christian missionary organization which serves in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia on behalf of Reformed and Presbyterian Family of Churches and believers worldwide. MERF is engaged in encouraging and strengthening national churches with ministries of evangelism, church extension, biblical training and diaconal aid.
Missionary in the Middle East
A member of All Nations WPC has been ministering in a Middle-Eastern country with Interserve for some years. He has been learning Arabic and adapting to the culture with the aim of letting people know the good news about Jesus. We cannot mention his name or the country he lives in as his ministry could place him in danger.
Christian Witness to Israel in Australia has one main goal: to tell the Jewish people the good news about Jesus the Messiah. Their ministry focuses on Australia but it is also their desire to see Australian Christians sent out to reach Jewish communities worldwide.
For more than 75 years, Reach Beyond’s (Formally HCJB) Global passion has been making disciples of Jesus Christ. Using media and healthcare, Reach Beyond now have ministries in 100 countires. Through their radio broadcasts, the gospel is airing in hard to reach countries in more than 120 languages and dialects. The provision of health care and aid relief has seen thousands of their patients meeting Jesus. And nationals are being trained as missionaried, pastors, broadcasters and healthcare providers.
The Mustard Seed Orphanage in Myanmar has a critical ministry in caring for those affected by the difficult conditions in Myanmar, particularly women and children. In recent times this organisation has also been involved with training local pastors in their work in their own communities.
This interdenominational ministry aims to provide resources to Christians to help them think through current issues from a Christian perspective. Their focus is on life – the sanctity of human life, the value of married life, and the necessity of new life.
Tom and Margaret, with their four children (Sam, Lucy, Tim & Annie), began ministry on the island of Tanna, Vanuatu in March, 2013. Tom teaches at the Southern Islands Presbytery Bible College and provides support to local mission workers. Tom and Margaret are members of our church and Tom has been ordained to the gospel ministry by our Presbytery. Their devotion to Christ and to the people of Tanna is an inspiration for us all.
Tim and Jane Letcher
Tim and Jane are involved in helping Aboriginal people engage with the Bible in Central Australia, through Wycliff Bible Translators. They are committed to being a part of the team working towards the Global translation task.
Aiden and Alfinda Herman
Aiden and Alfinda Herman have been accepted into Wycliffe Bible Translators Australia, where they will be studying in 2017 and, Lord willing, will be involved in translating Bibles into one of the many cultures that do not have a Bible in their mother tongue.
We are currently supporting a Muslim evangelist at Murdoch University. This evangelist has come from an Arab Muslim background and for safety reasons their details cannot be divulged.
From the Jews for Jesus website: We seek to relate to the church, asking for your prayers and financial participation. We need you to send us Jewish contacts and let us be an outsource to you in this regard especially. Many Christians who attend the local churches where we preach know Jewish people or work with colleagues who are Jewish. Our messages in churches are designed to help the believers know how to share with these friends, and to inspire them to do so. Christians also tell us that when they meet Jews who have found Messiah that they are encouraged that anyone can get saved!