Partner Ministry Highlights: November
We’ve been highlighting partner agencies who will be joining us at MCNW17, but as our list grows, our space does not. So far, we have over 63 exhibitors already registered! Here are a few highlights for the month of November, and we will share more in December:
Capernwray Harbour Bible Centre – For over 30 years Capernwray Harbour Bible Centre has had students from 10 to 15 countries receiving Bible training. Outdoor and indoor facilities are completely different venues of “classroom” used for teaching and training young and old alike to be involved in “full time Christian service…REGARDLESS of occupation!”
Corban University – Corban is a gospel-driven community of scholars and leaders who seek to bring a biblical perspective to all areas of study and practice. They offer deep scriptural rooting to students while training them for any of a wide variety of professions—from education to business and from counseling to political science.
Open Arms International – Open Arms aims to transform Africa one life at a time. The organization provides relief from physical, emotional, and spiritual suffering through medical expertise, education, and Christian ministry.
TEAM International – The Evangelical Alliance Mission is a global missions agency that partners with the local church to send missionaries and establish reproducing churches among the nations, going where the most people have the most need and proclaiming the gospel in both word and action.
Teen Missions International – The goal of Teen Missions is to awaken teenagers to the needs in missions, acquaint them with the reality of life on the mission field and give them an opportunity to serve the Lord through work projects and evangelism.
Global Radio Outreach – Global Radio Outreach/E-Mission to Islam reaches Muslims in 59 countries by radio, satellite, the Internet and cellular phones. Their long-range goal is to use those Internet stations to stream the Gospel to radio stations and satellite stations poised to reach Muslims wherever they live.