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Our mission:

To equip and empower the church worldwide
to make disciples and transform nations

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We invite you to join us in the incredible adventure that is global missions!

We have opportunities for short- and longer-term service and look forward to helping you with your missions journey.


We are not primarily a relief organisation, but will raise funds for emergency relief where our ministry partners are already on the ground - enabling them to respond quickly, as a demonstration of God’s love in action.


We are an non-denominational family of Christians, rooted in relationships and bound together by our love for God – encouraging, collaborating with, and supporting the global Church in fulfilling the Great Commission.


Discipleship is the foundation of the Great Commission, enabling maximum impact upon lives and communities
when performed through personal  relationships, intentional projects
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for the glory of God’s Kingdom.


when performed through personal relationships, intentional projects and strategic ministries, enables maximum impact upon many lives for the glory of God’s Kingdom.We are an non-denominational family of Christians bound together by our love for God and our commitment to reaching the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

We are rooted in relationships – encouraging, collaborating with, and supporting the global Church in fulfilling the Great Commission.

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Join us in praying for our missionaries and ministry partners serving in
more than 90 countries, for
the Christians in those countries -
and for those they are reaching out to with the good news and love of Jesus!


Your financial investment is essential, and has eternal impact in helping national leadership see the vision God has placed on their heart come to fruition. Provide monthly support for a ministry leader and receive updates on how your seed can produce a harvest for the Kingdom.


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At a time when our nation of Aotearoa New Zealand is in shock and mourning following the killing of 50 Muslim worshippers at two mosques, please join us in praying for the families who have been bereaved, for those still recovering in hospital, and for the community of Christchurch that has once again been traumatised since the major earthquakes of 2010 and 2011.

Earlier today (Thu 22 March), there was a national Islamic Call to Prayer followed by a 2-minute silence. We joined in a time of Christian prayer and worship at our church, and observed the time of silence along with the rest of New Zealand.

This series of events is arguably the most pivotal moment in our nation's spiritual history, since the gospel was first introduced to our land in 1814. May we all take the opportunity to build strong relationships within our communities and among our neighbours, and be the salt and light that Jesus called us to be!


While the global media has been largely occupied with reporting the tragic news from New Zealand, other events of significant magnitude have taken place in the past weeks that have received relatively little coverage.

Because of the urgent need in each of these nations, we are sharing these with you so you can consider responding in prayer and/or with financial support either through us or through our partner organizations where shown - to ensure your support is directed to where it's most needed as quickly as possible.

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Nigeria - 100s killed and maimed by Boko Haram and Fulani

Cyclone Idai - Massive devastation across Southern Africa:
Mozambique          Malawi

West Papua - Mudslide kills at least 90