INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS PARTNERS
Wycliffe Bible Translators, Nigeria
Jono & Janice Barnhoorn
Working with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Jos, Nigeria since 2007, Jonathan is involved in training translators and overseeing Bible translation in four languages - Duya, Ashe, Waci, and Nyankpa. Janice works at the Wycliffe office in the Human Resources department in addition to training national women. They and their children need God's hand of protection over their lives as they work to see Nigerian communities transformed by God's Word being translated into the heart languages of Nigerians.
PAOC International Missions, Guinea
Philip & Judy Bowler
Making disciples - this is what Phil and Judy are about. PAOC's "Alleluia" churches are young, vibrant and eager for support and training to reach this Muslim dominated country. "Dr. Phil" is the theological educational consultant for Guinea, Liberia and Senegal, and in this role, he teaches courses and trains leaders for the churches of West Africa. Additionally, he is the director of Global University (formerly ICI) for these countries. Judy is the facilitator of discipleship and evangelistic strategies with a vision for multiplicative church planting in Guinea and beyond. She also oversees the ChildCARE Plus Program for Guinea. Together they are working to strengthen and develop the 17 Alleluia Christian schools in Guinea.
PAOC International Missions
PAOC International Missions, Global
The Timothy Fund
In building the kingdom of God, the deliberate, diverse and dedicated discipleship of national leaders remains a priority. We multiply our impact when we mobilize thousands of kingdom-minded leaders.
The PAOC currently has 38 partner institutions in 31 countries from Southeast Asia, to Eurasia to the MENA region and Africa to South America and the Caribbean. Last year, the Timothy Fund provided 234 scholarships to students in 23 of our international colleges.
Timothy Fund Scholarships defer tuition costs and are given directly to schools for students' accounts. Each scholarship is worth $600, and is often accompanied by students participating in school life as a way of participating in their educational costs.
PAOC - Timothy Fund
Asian Outreach, Mongolia
With 36 percent of the population living below the poverty line, Mongolia is a third world country left in decay following the 1991 fall of Communism. Asian Outreach's Education and Community Development programs provide literacy classes, small business loans, and training for poor and needy families. On the spiritual side, prior to 1990, there were only five known Christians in Mongolia. That number has now dramatically increased to over 60,000. Asian Outreach has been closely involved in that change, training over 85 percent of Mongolia's Christian leaders through their Leadership Training programs.
Asian Outreach North America
L'viv Theological Seminoary, Ukraine
L'viv Theological Seminary
With the fall of communism in 1991, a great door for the gospel opened up in Ukraine. However, it is estimated that 90% of those who are leading the church today have no theological training. L'viv Theological Seminary is committed to preparing Christian men and women for ministry, equipping them with the tools they need to be leaders in the Ukrainian church of tomorrow. LTS has approximately 1000 students preparing for ministry.
L'viv Theological Seminary