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Befriending the community

"Our church has always sought to meet and reach out into the community, ever since it was founded in the early 1800s. We are not a comfy church. We're a small congregation, who are mission-minded, and everyone gets involved. Most of us are retired and we have seen a lot of changes in our local area over the years."

Who are you?

Here’s a good question: who are you? Defining ourselves is often complex. Most of us have a mental list of our identities. This would be my list: woman, mother, retired police officer, single, British, daughter, missionary… I could go on. 

Trust and obey

Jessica Goldschmidt-Habyarimana talks about ministry as a single woman and how she is trusting in God for the future. 

He is enough

Elle* has recently started serving on the Indian Ocean Islands. She talks about what ministry there is like as a single woman.

It’s not about me

Statistically, female pilots make up about 7% of the mission workplace, aircraft mechanics only 2%. Female pilot/mechanic, there’s not even a statistic for that.

In his timing

Meet Margot Knight and Hannah Jackson, who are both planning to join a team in Likawage, Tanzania, towards the end of this year.
FindYourFit

There are so many ways you can be a part of reaching Africa's unreached peoples with the good news of Jesus Christ.