Care & Development of Missionary Kids

MK’s(Missionary Kids) are MK’s because they are the offspring of parents who have chosen to give of themselves and their family for the sake of people around the world hearing the Gospel. MK’s or TCK’s (Third Culture Kids) often struggle to know where home is and where they fit in. This is a natural result because of living outside of their passport country often in boarding school situations. The project is designed to raise money to help MK’s reacclimate to their passport country and understand where and how they fit to fulfill the special role that God has given to them. Money raised through this project will be used to facilitate MK ministry in our ServeBeyond conferences and to send MK’s to “Reboot”, a program hosted by the MORE Network to help MK’s process their experiences and adjust to life in their passport country.

Chiri, Joel

Project: Mennonite Ministry

In Bolivia and Paraguay, several ServeBeyond missionaries focus on community outreach to Low German speaking Mennonite people. These efforts take place through building relationships, gospel sharing, psycho-social education and counseling, discipleship and Bible teaching.

 

Mennonite Ministry

In Bolivia and Paraguay, several ServeBeyond missionaries focus on community outreach to Low German speaking Mennonite people. These efforts take place through building relationships, gospel sharing, psycho-social education and counseling, discipleship and Bible teaching.

 

Global Outreach Evangelism Strategy

This international project has a primary objective of training local churches and their members, both in Canada and overseas, in the 6 Biblical Principles of a Spirit-led Harvest / Multiplication movement. Teams are recruited in Canada to travel to and partner with local churches in host countries, participating in training, visitation evangelism, and follow-up. These efforts strengthen and grow believers and churches at home and abroad.”

 

South America Development

South America Development focuses on church growth, discipleship, education and community outreach and development in South American countries.

Candelero Street Kids

The large number of children living on the streets in Tarija and other Bolivian cities is on the rise. The Candelero Street Kids Ministry has rented a building and opens each day for children to come and have a safe place to do their homework, have bible lessons, have a large, healthy meal and receive counselling from the staff. In addition to the drop-in center, Candelero Boys’ Home is open to boys who have been abandoned or have left their families out of desperation to escape poverty. It is a residential home outside of Tarija.

MacKnee, Heather

Project: Candelero Street Kids

The large number of children living on the streets in Tarija and other Bolivian cities is on the rise. The Candelero Street Kids Ministry has rented a building and opens each day for children to come and have a safe place to do their homework, have bible lessons, have a large, healthy meal and receive counselling from the staff. In addition to the drop-in center, Candelero Boys’ Home is open to boys who have been abandoned or have left their families out of desperation to escape poverty. It is a residential home outside of Tarija.

Harder, Richard & Trudi

Project: Mennonite Ministry

In Bolivia and Paraguay, several ServeBeyond missionaries focus on community outreach to Low German speaking Mennonite people. These efforts take place through building relationships, gospel sharing, psycho-social education and counseling, discipleship and Bible teaching.

Driedger, Dale & Bev

Project: South America Development

South America Development focuses on church growth, discipleship, education and community outreach and development in South American countries.

 

Blackburn, Helen

Project: Candelero Street Kids

The large number of children living on the streets in Tarija and other Bolivian cities is on the rise. The Candelero Street Kids Ministry has rented a building and opens each day for children to come and have a safe place to do their homework, have bible lessons, have a large, healthy meal and receive counselling from the staff. In addition to the drop-in center, Candelero Boys’ Home is open to boys who have been abandoned or have left their families out of desperation to escape poverty. It is a residential home outside of Tarija.