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Every year, a portion of the mission offering received at camp goes back to the local community through MFuge grants. Local ministries that we partner with can apply for the grant to continue ministry throughout the year. It is amazing to see how the Lord uses these ministries throughout the year.
When you give to the FUGE Camps mission offering this summer, you will be providing funds to support some of the local ministries that we serve with during the summer.
Noelson and Edna are Haitian immigrants who currently live in Philadelphia. They discovered that all the Haitian churches in their community worshiped in Creole which was difficult since their children spoke English at school during the week. They decided to begin studying the Bible in English in their home. Many other people learned about this and began to come to their home for church.
In 2020, Send Network, the North American Mission Board’s church planting initiative, helped Noelson, Edna and their kids start First Haitian Metanoia Baptist Church. It’s a congregation that’s different from most every other congregation in the Chery’s community, because not only do they worship and preach in a language young people can understand—but they also give those young people opportunities to teach, lead and participate in ministry.
When you give to the FUGE Camps mission offering this summer, you’re helping support the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering so missionary families like the Cherys can start new churches like First Haitian Metanoia Baptist Church. You’re helping provide Bibles and chairs and microphones and everything else they need.
For the last century, Ethiopia has faced trauma, famine, and war. Amid these challenges is a great need for the gospel. Among the various people groups throughout Ethiopia and its neighboring countries, nearly half still have no gospel witness among them. We want to see Jesus known and worshiped among these unreached and unengaged peoples.
While Ethiopia faces great challenges, there is a growing church among them as well. We are encouraged that there are believers in some of the unreached people groups as well as some healthy churches among these peoples. Our hope is to empower and equip national believers to reach the unreached peoples of the Horn of Africa on their way to reaching the world. We believe that a part of the Revelation 7:9 vision is to invest in Ethiopian believers as they research, strategize, and are trained to serve the unreached unengaged people groups (UUPGs) of the Horn of Africa.
When you give to the FUGE Camps mission offering this summer, you will be helping Ethiopian believers share the gospel in this region of the world.
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