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Dec
06

Finally Back!

Well we have officially finished our time of deputation in the States and are now back home in Belize. It has been both wonderful and exhausting. We had the chance to visit so many different family members, see old friends, and visit churches across the country as we crisscrossed the States. I think I was […]

Dec
06

Joy

T. Rampersad, Unsplash In our brokenness as humans, we mark time as ‘life (birth) to death’ yet through salvation it is ‘death to life’…eternal life with Christ. A few years ago, I attended a Christmas concert at a church filled with the love of Christ shining through each individual. As I enjoyed the celebration of […]

Dec
03

#CarryOnAdvent: Empowering Workers for Christ in Uganda

My dear friends in Christ, greetings to you all. I just want to let you know that on December 4, 2019, I will be heading to Uganda for a mission trip through our organization Teach Men to Fish. SAMS, the Society of Anglican Missionaries and Senders, is sending me as a Bridger Missionary. I will […]

Dec
02

The Failure of Personhood: Abortion and Our Neighbors

But he, desiring to justify himself, said to Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?” (Luke 10:29). Some questions are questions. Some questions aren’t questions, but have other purposes. If my wife walks downstairs ready for a dinner date and I ask, “Are you really going to wear that dress?”, she will not mistake the question […]

Dec
02

We’re thankful being able to continue God’s work!

Thank you for caring about the mission of Global Teams and for supporting our field partners and projects around the world through your resources and your prayers. Business as MissionRead more Disaster ReliefRead more New Scripture TranslationsRead more Community DevelopmentRead more Church PlantingRead more Agricultural ProjectsRead more GIVE NOW Related

Dec
02

#CarryOnAdvent: ROYAL MISSION

During WWII, the British Crown created a royal image with the text “Keep Calm and Carry On” to encourage the people to press on through a dark time. Our Heavenly King is also calling us to persevere and carry on His mission. Why #CarryOnAdvent? Advent is a season of past and present waiting – we […]

Dec
01

Alumnus finds greener pasture in UCU as he gives back to the community

Monday Edson (right) prepares to carry out a test on the UCU Vice Chancellor, Rev. Canon Dr. John Senyonyi, inside the new university ambulance while the Guild President, Bruce MugishaAmanya (in suit), looks on, shortly after the new university ambulance was brought. By Olum Douglas When Monday Edson joined Uganda Christian University (UCU) for his […]

Nov
30

We’re thankful for… disaster relief.

River in Bangladesh. Photo by Md Efthakhar UI Alam, Unsplash. With your help, we were able to assist partners on the ground in Bangladesh respond to a serious flooding crisis earlier this year. We purchased clean water and oral saline packets, which provided life-giving aid to both Muslims and believers. Local Global Teams leaders planned […]

Nov
29

We’re thankful for… Business as Mission projects!

Nov
28

#CarryOnAdvent: Ponderings

These past months I have done a lot of driving, and while Heidi works on communications, I think about, contemplate, ponder and wonder about many things. God, theology, history, philosophy, astronomy, etc. I think about the billions of beings I am driving past which together make a forest. I think about the to-me-countless cells making […]

Nov
28

We’re thankful for… planted seeds and planted churches!

In a Muslim area of Kenya: “We had prayed God in one of our planted churches to add the number of converts and God heard our prayers and brought seven Muslim men during our door to door evangelism.” In Mainland Southeast Asia: This January, GT will be training Khmer and Kuho leaders so they can […]

Nov
27

We’re thankful for… translation work

“He had been wishing for this kind of Bible for the Muslim reader since he came to faith many years ago, and now the dream has come true.”

Nov
26

We’re thankful for… community development!

From John, one of our field partners working in South Asia: “Our national (indigenous) partners are prepared to continue SafeWater ministry expansion and practical hygiene behavior improvement. Please keep them in prayer as they lead these efforts, particularly as they help targeted communities recognize the resources and skills with which the Lord has gifted them […]

Nov
26

Ugandan offers Thanksgiving to UCU Partners Board Member

Julius Mucunguzi, left, with the Honorable David Bahati, Uganda’s minister of state for finance and planning; and Jack and Linda Klenk in October 2019. Jack serves on the board for UCU Partners. By Julius Mucunguzi, Communications Advisor to the Prime Minister Those who have read my book, “Once upon a time – the Story of […]

Nov
26

Where is God?

Where was God?  This is a question we often hear when something bad happens.  It implies that if something horrible happens, there must not be a God because otherwise He would have prevented this terrible thing.  The common response from a person of faith is, “God never promised to prevent bad things from happening. He […]

Nov
25

The Choice of Adoption

For several months now, having been moved by the Holy Spirit, I have been writing these articles about life.  Much of my inspiration for my writing has come from my own family. I’m focusing this writing about adoption and how it’s impacted my own family. My oldest daughter is pregnant with twin boys, and so […]

Nov
22

#CarryOnAdvent : Hondurans Introduce Mountain Village to Christ

Honduran Christians from the town of La Ceiba recently carried on the hope of the gospel to a mountain village, Las Flores, via mules By Kate Ulrich, with Betty Kaszer Mentors, parents, and teachers receive great pleasure when their mentees take what they are learning and share it with others. Missionaries experience the same joy […]

Nov
22

#CarryOnAdvent: Come alongside the Global South through theological education

SAMS-USA Board Vice Chairman John Macdonald details an exciting opportunity for those gifted and trained for theological education to serve God. A Unique and Fulfilling Opportunity In the midst of unprecedented renewal and revival, the Christian faith is spreading at a rapid pace in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.At the same time, the vast majority […]

Nov
22

Poor but still able to dance

[embedded content] The Batwa people of the Democratic Republic of Congo have lost their lands and their livelihood, but still know how to give thanks for simple things. Global Teams workers in the Congo want to restore dignity and income as they share Good News with small, sustainable agriculture projects among them. Share the joy […]

Nov
22

Dr. Senyonyi calls for “avoiding mediocrity” to transform Uganda’s education system

Dr. John Senyonyi  is pinned with the Makerere University badge by Mrs. Lorna Magara, while Dr. David Onen, Prof. Umar Kakumba and Prof. Fred Masaazi look on. By Douglas Olum The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) notes that more than a billion children globally go to school everyday to receive education. But the quality of […]