Description: Jacob has been serving in his
homeland of Nigeria for over 18 years in full-time outreach to
Muslims. Contact Teresa Doenges for more details.
Ministry Opportunities: Prayer for Jacob and
God's work in Nigeria. Direct financial support.
God's Garden: Davison and Yananiso Mzezwa-Zhou
Website: www.godsgardens.org or www.visiontrust.org
Description: Davison and Yana returned to their
homeland of Zimbabwe in 2008 after Davison graduated from Denver
Seminary to serve as Directors of God's Garden. The mission
of God's Garden is to minister the life-giving presence of Jesus to
orphans in rural villages untouched by other organizations through
farming; skills training; and educational, medical, and spiritual
support. Davison and Yana are working to bring His heart to the
orphaned children of Ngundu and create lasting change for these
orphans and their community. Davison and Yana have two daughters,
Idaishe and Esther. In 2010, God's Garden came under
the umbrella of Vision Trust International based in Colorado
Springs. Vision Trust has the same heart and vision for
orphaned children as God's Garden and their
administrative gifting and experience will take God's Garden
to the next level. Vision Trust is 13 years old and has seen
God multiply their work to 144 projects throughout 11 countries in
Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
Ministry Opportunities: Prayer and financial
support. Offer your expertise and encouragement by taking part in a
short-term mission trip. Search the web for current events in
Zimbabwe and pray for the peoples of Zimbabwe. Pray for God's
work in this struggling nation. ***PLANS ARE FORMING FOR AN
AUGUST, 2011 SHORT-TERM MISSION TRIP TO ZIMBABWE. PLEASE
EMAIL THE CHURCH OFFICE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN RECEIVING MORE
INFORMATION AS IT BECOMES AVAILABLE.***
CMF International: Ron and Jane Ann Richmond
Contact: Church Office or email@example.com
Website: www.cmfi.org http://journey-into-africa.blogspot.com/
Description: Ron and Jane Ann moved to Arusha,
Tanzania in 2008 to minister to unreached people groups.
Their Christian Missionary Fellowship (CMF) team in seeks to train
up national church planters to serve in remote areas planting
self-sustaining churches within their own unreached tribes.
These students are provided with instruction in the Bible,
Community Health Evangelism (CHE), agriculture, and literacy to
prepare families for the church-planting task ahead of them. CHE
and mobile immunization clinics have an impact on many lives in
remote villages. Church planters participate in the clinics,
learning more about disease prevention and health improvement so
they can continue modeling and teaching in their communities.
Ron serves as the facilities manager at the Mission Center and
oversees construction projects there and in remoter areas where
churches are being started. Jane Ann is overseeing the CHE
ministry and assuming the Team Leader role with the seven CMF
families in Tanzania.
Ministry Opportunities: Prayer for the
Richmonds and God's work in Tanzania. Direct and
financial support. Offer your expertise and encouragement by
taking part in a short-term mission trip. Adopt a Tanzanian
people groups - learn about them, follow them in the news, and pray
for God's work in the context of their culture.