The latest mission news and links to mission related videos can now be found on this page. Come back often to view new stories as they break.
October's missionary report
October’s report includes information about Hungary, Laos, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and the East African nations.
Please remember to give to the work of missions. Details of how to give can be found on the giving web page.
The videos referenced in the slides are shown below. We cannot fit everything into the mission report video, so please download the report here, and keep reading below!
Action Overseas and One Church Dover are together working on sending Nigel and Rachel Bainbridge with their family to serve as missionaries in the city of Pecs in Hungary, next summer.
The aim to plant a church in a suburb of the city called Kertvaros, an area where there currently is no charismatic church.
‘Mission Pecs’ will be funded by AO, One Church and donors. Please look out for the next video which will introduce how donations can be made.
The ANC have been sending out Missions Reports for some time now, and we have received grateful encouragement from churches around the world for this support.
Pastor I. Tettey – from TAC Ghana National Office on receiving the TAC Missionary Reports says “Thanks for sharing these reports. They have been a great encouragement and blessing. They have inspired me to new levels of intercessory prayer. God bless you all”
September's Missionary Report
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The importance of investment
In this video, Ps. Nigel Bainbridge talks about the importance of investing spiritually and financially in this time of Covid-19.
Alan and Sandra's 20 years in Malawi
As I have become more personally familiar with the church, ministry, and everyday struggles of these missionaries, I am reminded of Paul’s exhortations in 2 Corinthians 4. Alan and Sandra ’continually set forth the truth plainly’ and ‘do not preach themselves, but Jesus Christ as Lord and themselves as servants for Jesus sake’. They know what it is to be ‘hard pressed on every side but not crushed; perplexed but not in despair; persecuted but not abandoned; struck down, but not destroyed. They always carry around in their body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be revealed’.
The life of Jesus is indeed being revealed across Malawi as the grace that is reaching more and more people causes thanksgiving to overflow to the glory of God. Congratulations on 20 years in Malawi, your light and momentary troubles are achieving an eternal glory that far outweighs them all!
Chair: The Action Overseas Team
Let us continue to pray for the Lord’s blessing on their lives as they continue to lay down their lives for sake of the Gospel.
The challenges of being a Christian in Pakistan
In this video Pastor Andrews talks about Pakistan, and about the challenges of being a Christian. It also shows the brilliant support by Action Overseas.