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Community Development Coordinator

This country is located in the midst of huge mountains that reach 24,600 feet. It is the poorest country in Central Asia, and it is home to a people group who are 98.6% Muslim. The spiritual and physical needs in the country are incredibly significant, as people suffer from both physical and spiritual poverty.

Refugee Community Development

The word “refugee” sparks many different emotions these days, particularly in the current political climate.  However, what if the reason why some (or perhaps even all) refugees were ripped out of their homes was by the design of our sovereign God, to give people who otherwise would potentially never have had a chance to hear the Good News about Jesus to suddenly be in an environment in which they could regularly be in contact with His followers and freely hear the message?  Such is the situation with a people group from one of the least-reached nations in the world, who now are trying to b

Trade Skills Outreach & Language Study

This tiny speck of a country packs a big punch. What it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in beauty, especially geological oddities. Although this region is one of the hottest, most barren areas of the world, few countries offer such unusual landscapes - think salt lakes, extinct volcanoes, sunken plains, limestone chimneys, basaltic plateaus and majestic canyons. Outside of the capital city, the country is refreshingly devoid of large-scale development. Goers who love outdoor adventure will find plentiful options for superb hiking, diving, kite-surfing, and snorkeling.

Urban Community Outreach Catalyst

Thailand is affectionately known as the land of smiles. The population of Bangkok is anywhere from 9 million to 14 million on a daily basis and this urban center is the influencing force for education, economy and culture. At the same time, it is a city known for brokenness. Large concentrations of men and women are exploited for the sex industry. Impoverished families are stuck fighting for survival each day. The desire for money, power, and status keep many dissatisfied. While the gospel came to Thailand over 180 years ago, the country is still less than 1% evangelical.

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