Fellowship

Help our global partners as they serve their communities and share the hope of the gospel.

Less under
our tree.

More for
the world.

What is Global Christmas?

Take part in what God is doing around the globe by sharing our resources with a hurting world in need.

Make an Impact

Every December, it is our privilege at Fellowship Bible Church to take a few weeks and place special emphasis on what God is doing around the world, both locally and globally. We call this season Global Christmas. It is a reminder for us to look beyond ourselves and embrace the work our Global and Local partners are doing as they embrace hurting people who need the good news of Jesus Christ. There are many needs that we could come alongside but our commitment to building relationships causes us to be intentional with a few. We have strategically selected local and global partnerships to help invest in and further their mission. Our partnerships are intentionally selected so our members have the opportunity to serve regularly and build relationships that shape us. Without intentionally building relationships with others on our street, community, and around the world we will remain limited in our understanding, experience, and views of who God is and the needs of the world. This commitment is rooted in our values of Better Together and Not About Ourselves.

Your giving makes a difference! These partners are doing incredible things, and we get the chance to come alongside and join them in kingdom work. Because of the generosity of your prayers, finances and sending global teams, we have helped to train leaders, educate and feed children, grow churches and so much more. Over the past 20 years, together, through our local and global partnerships, we have walked out our value of Not About Ourselves and have contributed close to 14 million dollars and extended the reach of the gospel!

Every December, it is our privilege at Fellowship Bible Church to take a few weeks and place special emphasis on what God is doing around the world, both locally and globally. We call this season Global Christmas. It is a reminder for us to look beyond ourselves and embrace the work our Global and Local partners are doing as they embrace hurting people who need the good news of Jesus Christ. There are many needs that we could come alongside but our commitment to building relationships causes us to be intentional with a few. We have strategically selected local and global partnerships to help invest in and further their mission. Our partnerships are intentionally selected so our members have the opportunity to serve regularly and build relationships that shape us. Without intentionally building relationships with others on our street, community, and around the world we will remain limited in our understanding, experience, and views of who God is and the needs of the world. This commitment is rooted in our values of Better Together and Not About Ourselves.

Your giving makes a difference! These partners are doing incredible things, and we get the chance to come alongside and join them in kingdom work. Because of the generosity of your prayers, finances and sending global teams, we have helped to train leaders, educate and feed children, grow churches and so much more. Over the past 20 years, together, through our local and global partnerships, we have walked out our value of Not About Ourselves and have contributed close to 14 million dollars and extended the reach of the gospel!

This year, our goal is to contribute 1 million dollars to these partnerships!

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Goal: $1,000,000

Global Partners

Support a Partner. Change a Community.

Andrej & Nina Lovše

Josiah Venture in Maribor, Slovenia

“We are starting a new season in life and ministry, and we are asking God for wisdom, for clear vision, and for open doors in making disciples that make disciples. Please pray that God will provide five new home group leaders in Maribor. Pray for our growing relationships with the children and their families that come to our house to work with horses. Pray for God to double the number of believers in our area.”

View Andrej's Needs

Salary stipend for Andrej

Monthly and one time income for personal and ministry expenses for Lovše family.

$26,000.00
Ministry: Parenting Coaching

There are few Christian parenting materials or tools in Slovenia. With these funds, Nina has the opportunity to help families through one on one coaching.

$5,000.00
Parenting Seminar

We’d like to host a seminar that will transform Slovenia parenting from shame-based culture to redemption and restoration culture. This seminar would serve all churches in the country.

$4,000.00
Media Movement

These funds would help support social media campaigns and ads, connecting us with people who are searching for answers on the internet.

$5,000.00
Translation of Christian literature

These funds will help translate parenting coaching literature and tools to be used in one on one coaching.

$5,000.00
Recording Slovene Worship Songs

Josiah Venture Slovene leaders are writing and recording worship songs for multi-use in Slovenia. These funds would help with both video and audio production.

$5,000.00
Discipleship Training for Young Leaders – TIM

These funds will help subsidize the cost of disciple training to young college students.

$5,000.00
Fundraising Trip

It has been six years since we have come as a family to the US to visit all our financial partners. These funds will help us visit five different locations. 

$15,000.00

About Andrej and his family​

Andrej and his wife, Nina, shepherd a church of 30 people in Maribor, Slovenia. The congregation is mostly young students and young families. The constant thread of their church is they want to be disciples who make disciples. This is what they see Jesus calling them to in Matthew 28 and this is what they believe can be the thing that transforms Slovenia; when people will really get that with the Lord they are always on a mission. Andrej is also the national leader of a youth ministry organization called Josiah Venture. Together, Andrej and Nina have three children—Eva, Tim, and Izak.

About Fellowship's Global Partners

At Fellowship Bible Church, we believe strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of an effective and sustainable global ministry. Our primary aim is to lock arms with like-minded individuals that are indigenous to their own cultures. Through these types of relationships, we lessen the time-consuming learning curve associated with language acquisition and more quickly bridge cultural and ethnic gaps.

Under the sovereign hand of God, what Fellowship has in abundance is exactly what our partners lack—financial and equipping resources, and exposure to different kinds of strategies that can make a big difference in moving Kingdom initiatives forward.

Angel & Neli Barrientos

Comas CMA Church in Comas, Peru

“We thank God for all the support you have given us in 2022. Please join us in praying for these different ministry projects: small groups at the church, our work in the public school, and the savings and loans groups meeting in the community. Please also pray for the leadership and pastoral body at Comas CMA Church. May God bless you.”

View Angel's Needs

Salary Stipend

Monthly financial support for full time and assistant pastors.

$15,000.00
Continuing Education

These funds will support continuing education for five pastors at the seminary.

$4,000.00
Community Kitchens

These funds will support monthly food staples and supplies for eight community kitchens.

$12,000.00
Backpacks and supplies for children

These funds will allow us to purchase 200 backpacks for students participating in the soup kitchens.

$5,000.00
Community Kitchen Staff

Monthly financial support for full time staff in the community kitchens.

$6,000.00
Family Conference

These funds will pay for a speaker at the annual family conference.

$2,000.00
Women’s Conference

These funds will pay for a speaker at the annual women’s conference.

$52,000.00
Savings and Credit Association Minis

These funds will help support the partnership between Hope International and Comas CMA.

$10,000.00
Mission Trip support

These funds will support four mission trips to serve alongside the Comas church.

$23,000.00

About Angel and his family

Pastor Angel Barrientos is the senior pastor of the Christian Missionary Alliance (CMA) Church of Comas. He and his wife, Neli, have two married children, Abraham and Heidi. Pastor Angel has worked in ministry for over 35 years, being involved in both the church and school. He was a chaplain for 18 years in a school directed by Germans (the Gutenberg School in Comas) and was able to plant a church through the fruit of the work with the school.

His ministry has focused on serving couples in their marriages as well as their whole family. He was invited to lead the church in Comas in January 2007 because of his relationships with the people in Comas whom he came to know and love at the Gutenberg School. He accepted the invitation out of obedience to God. Today he and his team of pastors and lay leaders are all working together to reach the whole district of Comas for Christ.

About Fellowship's Global Partners

At Fellowship Bible Church, we believe strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of an effective and sustainable global ministry. Our primary aim is to lock arms with like-minded individuals that are indigenous to their own cultures. Through these types of relationships, we lessen the time-consuming learning curve associated with language acquisition and more quickly bridge cultural and ethnic gaps.

Under the sovereign hand of God, what Fellowship has in abundance is exactly what our partners lack—financial and equipping resources, and exposure to different kinds of strategies that can make a big difference in moving Kingdom initiatives forward.

Darko & Gorana Mikulic

Slavonski Brod Baptist Church in Slavonski Brod, Croatia

“We thank God for the ways He has provided for us to serve in our community. Please pray for resources to complete the House of Hope, a location where we can serve the vulnerable in our community and exemplify Christ’s love. Pray for wisdom as we plan a large youth conference next year—that young people will come and receive encouragement and motivation to follow Jesus.”

View Darko's Needs

Salary Stipend

Monthly income for personal and ministry expenses for Mikulic family 

$22,800.00
Feeding Program 

These funds will benefit community by helping poor families with lunch boxes.

$3,000.00
Youth Area Conference

Those funds, will allow us to organize a 3-day youth conference for over 100 youth, providing food and accommodation.

$4,000.00
House of Hope

It is the total sum for the second phase for building a ministry center for single parents and foster children, putting windows, pipes, inside walls, floors, tiles, electricity, etc.

$200,000.00
Intern Student

These funds will help cover financial needs for an intern to help with student ministry. 

$1,500.00
Evangelistic Outreach

These funds will help support a public evangelistic outreach. 

$1,000.00
Area Pastors’ Education and Seminar

These funds will help cover a family and pastor’s retreat.

$1,500.00

About Darko and his family

Darko was raised in a Christian home and was saved at a young age. In high school, the Lord called Darko to full-time ministry, so Darko went on to attend International Evangelical Theological Seminary in Osijek, Croatia. Darko married his wife, Gorana, and the Lord blessed them with four children: two girls and two boys. In addition, Darko and Gorana are fostering four children.

After getting married, the Lord opened an opportunity for them to join the church planting team in Slavonski Brod. With a population of 70,000, Brod was at that time the largest Croatian town without any evangelical church. Now after over a decade they see a small but growing body of believers who love the Lord and are being transformed into Christ-likeness.

About Fellowship's Global Partners

At Fellowship Bible Church, we believe strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of an effective and sustainable global ministry. Our primary aim is to lock arms with like-minded individuals that are indigenous to their own cultures. Through these types of relationships, we lessen the time-consuming learning curve associated with language acquisition and more quickly bridge cultural and ethnic gaps.

Under the sovereign hand of God, what Fellowship has in abundance is exactly what our partners lack—financial and equipping resources, and exposure to different kinds of strategies that can make a big difference in moving Kingdom initiatives forward.

Dinislam & Inna Salpagarov

Disciple-maker in Karachaevsk, Russia

“In the face of international sanctions and increased isolation of the Russian government from the global community during this time, pray for doors to open so that resources can continue supporting the work in this Muslim community. Pray for courage, protection, and consistent energy in a time when there is growing suspicion of Christians and the message being shared of God’s grace and love.”

View Dinislam's Needs

Pastor Stipend

Monthly support for personal and ministry expenses for Salpagrov family.

$7,200.00
Summer Camp

These funds will support a couple of summer camps that are being hosted.

$4,000.00

About Dinislam and his family

Dinislam Salpagarov is the former pastor of New Life Church in Karachaevsk, Russia. His new focus of ministry is evangelism. While still connected to New Life Church, he spends much of his time bringing the hope of Christ to the many different people groups in the Caucasus Mountain region of southern Russia. His heart and passion is that many people groups of southern Russia would accept Jesus Christ.

About Fellowship's Global Partners

At Fellowship Bible Church, we believe strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of an effective and sustainable global ministry. Our primary aim is to lock arms with like-minded individuals that are indigenous to their own cultures. Through these types of relationships, we lessen the time-consuming learning curve associated with language acquisition and more quickly bridge cultural and ethnic gaps.

Under the sovereign hand of God, what Fellowship has in abundance is exactly what our partners lack—financial and equipping resources, and exposure to different kinds of strategies that can make a big difference in moving Kingdom initiatives forward.

Dr. Imad Shehadeh

Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary (JETS) in Amman, Jordan

“Many of our recent 77 graduates are returning to their home countries to serve the Lord. Please pray for God to open doors to paying jobs as they plant churches and serve the Lord in other capacities. Please also pray for the incoming 52 international students as they adjust to Jordan, find places of residence, and try to make ends meet with the limited living allowance JETS provides.”

View Needs

Student Scholarships

Most of JETS students are unable to pay tuition fees and living costs. JETS subsidizes their tuition costs and provides them with a living scholarship in return for necessary services to the seminary.

$257,000.00
Universities’ Software

With the growing use of digitalization, there is a need for an education software system that facilities the task of the registrar in preparing semester schedules and conducting the study program for each year.

$70,000.00
Publishing

The growing number of our publications in Arabic has had an impact in the Arabic-speaking world with Biblical truths on various subjects so lacking in the region. Help is needed to publish five books by the end of 2023.

$60,000.00
Campus Development

Furniture and equipment are needed for the multi-purpose hall so that chapel meetings can be moved out of the library into the hall.

$95,000.00

About Dr. Imad and his family

Dr. Imad Shehadeh, a Jordan-born Palestinian Christian, founded the Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary (JETS) in 1991. JETS is one of the earliest-accredited evangelical training institutions in the Middle East. Since 1991, JETS has trained hundreds of leaders from all over the Middle East, the Arab Peninsula, and North Africa, and has Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate graduate programs. While the Middle East is very unstable in today’s political climate, Jordan is actually relatively stable, and JETS has been shown favor by the government to exist and train leaders. JETS play a very strategic role in God’s plan to build His Church.

About Fellowship's Global Partners

At Fellowship Bible Church, we believe strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of an effective and sustainable global ministry. Our primary aim is to lock arms with like-minded individuals that are indigenous to their own cultures. Through these types of relationships, we lessen the time-consuming learning curve associated with language acquisition and more quickly bridge cultural and ethnic gaps.

Under the sovereign hand of God, what Fellowship has in abundance is exactly what our partners lack—financial and equipping resources, and exposure to different kinds of strategies that can make a big difference in moving Kingdom initiatives forward.

Dr. Peter Mitskevich

Moscow Theological Seminary (MTS) in Moscow, Russia

“We thank God for the ways He has provided for us to serve in our community. Please pray for resources to complete the House of Hope, a location where we can serve the vulnerable in our community and exemplify Christ’s love. Pray for wisdom as we plan a large youth conference next year—that young people will come and receive encouragement and motivation to follow Jesus.”

View Needs

Moscow Theological Seminary (MTS)

Monthly support for the ministry Peter leads at MTS, including key faculty and resources to train leaders across Russia.

$60,000.00
Key MTS Regional Training Centers

Monthly support for two ongoing regional centers for MTS in pivotal regions of Russia.

$34,000.00
Invest in new MTS Regional Centers

MTS is looking at three new regions to train church and ministry leaders.

$8,700.00
Seminary technology upgrades

The seminary needs to replace computers with updated software, purchase projectors and monitors and update internet equipment.

$20,000.00
Practical ministry and outreach

These funds will go toward strategic grants to faculty, students and graduates applying their learning in context, meeting ministry needs arising from the economic challenges, refugee, and other war-related fallout in today’s context. 

$30,00.00

About Peter and his family

Dr. Peter Mitzkevich began his spiritual pilgrimage at age 14 when he put his faith in Christ, fully aware of the dangers of making such a decision under Soviet rule. Years later, he became a medical doctor, but his professional life changed when he assisted the Gideon International Bible distribution ministry. People who received the Bible would ask Peter to help them understand Scripture, but he was not equipped to do so. This motivated Peter to receive his Master of Theology degree. Peter says his dream for Russia is “that each town will have its own evangelical church, that each pastor will be theologically educated, that each church will have its own place of worship, and that each citizen of Russia will receive the Good News.” Peter is the president of the Moscow Theological Seminary and president of the Russia Baptist Union.

About Fellowship's Global Partners

At Fellowship Bible Church, we believe strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of an effective and sustainable global ministry. Our primary aim is to lock arms with like-minded individuals that are indigenous to their own cultures. Through these types of relationships, we lessen the time-consuming learning curve associated with language acquisition and more quickly bridge cultural and ethnic gaps.

Under the sovereign hand of God, what Fellowship has in abundance is exactly what our partners lack—financial and equipping resources, and exposure to different kinds of strategies that can make a big difference in moving Kingdom initiatives forward.

James Baak

Solidarity Ministries Africa For Reconciliation And Development (SMARD) In Lietnhom, South Sudan

“Please pray that God would provide lasting peace for the citizens of South Sudan and will protect our families and the communities we serve. Pray also for God’s guidance and provision over our new medical clinic, Achiek Women Clinic-Lietnhom. Lastly, please pray that people will see Jesus through our loving service to them.”

View James' Needs

Staff Stipends

These funds will support stipends for core staff serving in SMARD.

$69,200.00
Office Operating Expenses

These funds will cover the cost of internet, airtime and office expenses in Juba and Lietnhom.

$12,000.00
Achiek Women’s Clinic-Lietnhom

These funds will support a portion of the anticipated expense of the clinic operational costs.

$35,000.00
Linda Primary and Hope Secondary School support

These funds will be used to support the headmasters at each school and fund the purchase of textbooks.

$9,800.00
Teacher Training

These funds will support teacher training at both Linda Primary and Hope Secondary schools in Lietnhom.

$20,00.00
Women’s Ministry

These funds will support women discipleship trainings and micro-finance trainings.

$25,000.00
Bible and Community Development

These funds will support the development of the local church and community leaders by providing and equipping them with basic skills in Bible, leadership and community development.

$30,00.00
Children’s Ministry

These funds will support the training of Sunday school teachers and spiritual development of children in Lietnhom.

$14,000.00
School Perimeter Fence

These funds will be used to install a new perimeter fence at Linda Primary and Hope Secondary School.

$20,000.00
Bible Literacy Program

These funds will support Bible literacy for adult Christians to be able to read the Bible.

$5,000.00
Youth Leadership Training

These funds will support youth leadership trainings in Lietnhom.

$10,000.00
James Baak’s Master Program

These funds will support James Baak’s Master degree costs for research, supervision, and accommodation in the university during his thesis defense and graduation.

$7,000.00
Travel Funds

These funds will help fund tickets and accommodation for James to travel to Lietnhom to supervise projects in the field.

$4,500.00
Mission Trip Support

These funds will help cover in country travel and supplies for a 2023 mission trip.

$25,000.00

About James and his family

James grew up in Lietnhom village as a cattle keeper in the Dinka traditional setup. At the age of 13, he left for the Ethiopia Refugee Camp as the Arab militants increased their attack on his village. It was in the Refugee Camp that James came to know Jesus as his Lord and Savior. That decision changed the course of his life. In 2013, James started his own ministry, SMARD (Solidarity Ministries Africa for Reconciliation and Development). SMARD exists to empower the youth, women, and children of South Sudan by building their confidence and capacity through education to achieve sustainable peace and holistic development for the transformation of South Sudanese Society. SMARD, through the leadership of James, is working in Lietnhom to do just that.

About Fellowship's Global Partners

At Fellowship Bible Church, we believe strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of an effective and sustainable global ministry. Our primary aim is to lock arms with like-minded individuals that are indigenous to their own cultures. Through these types of relationships, we lessen the time-consuming learning curve associated with language acquisition and more quickly bridge cultural and ethnic gaps.

Under the sovereign hand of God, what Fellowship has in abundance is exactly what our partners lack—financial and equipping resources, and exposure to different kinds of strategies that can make a big difference in moving Kingdom initiatives forward.

Johnathan Macris

Hellenic Ministries in Athens, Greece

“As Greece continues to be a migrant destination, waypoint, and crossroads, pray for new opportunities to reach not only Syrian and Afghan refugees but now hundreds of Ukrainians who have become our neighbors! The summer of 2023 will likely mark the final year of a 15-year effort to reach every household across rural Greece’s 7,500 villages with a copy of the New Testament in modern Greek. Please pray for the 150,000 Bibles and 500 participants that will be needed.”

View Johnathan's Needs

Operation Joshua Bible Order

These funds allow us to purchase 170,000 hard bound NT’s for Greek people with the goal to complete the distribution of Bibles to nearly 8,000 villages.

$460,000.00
OJ Sponsorship of Greek, Balkan & Refugee participants

These funds will help these individuals participate in Operation Joshua.

$60,000.00
Acceleration Follow-up Trips

Acceleration Church Planting team members travel regularly to locations of interested people to study the Word after OJ Bible Distribution.

$30,000.00
Bible School Scholarships & Church Planting Internships

We want to see 50 young people trained in the next 5 years. These funds will support scholarships & internships for 2 students.

$10,500.00
Athenian Arabic Church Plant

Wages and living expenses for an Arabic evangelist and teacher.

$45,000.00
Building Repairs

After serving 1.7 million refugees and Greeks over the past 40 years, we need to make repairs in our large meeting space in downtown Athens.

$20,000.00
Space for Afghan Discipleship Ministry

We have outgrown the capacity for our Afghan discipleship ministry and need to purchase another floor in our current downtown facility.

$210,000.00
EuroRelief Office Manager Stipends

We need a gifted national manager to work in our EuroRelief office on the island of Lesvos where Fellowship’s missionaries, Chris & Amy Moore, are serving.

$30,000.00

About Johnathan and his family

Johnathan Macris is president of Hellenic Ministries (formerly Hellenic Missionary Union) and the oldest child of well-known Greek evangelical missionaries, Costas and Alky Macris. Johnathan graduated from Moody Bible Institute in 1985 and then returned to Greece to serve his mandatory year in the Greek Army. He and his wife, Miriam, married in 1987 and have five children: Justin, Natassa, Kyle, Karsten, and Jorryn. He eventually went on to complete ministerial studies and was ordained as a minister of the Gospel in 1994 through the Wheaton Bible Church. Since the beginning of Hellenic Ministries in 1980, Johnathan has been vitally involved in the mission’s emphasis on evangelism and church planting, discipleship, and missions.

About Fellowship's Global Partners

At Fellowship Bible Church, we believe strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of an effective and sustainable global ministry. Our primary aim is to lock arms with like-minded individuals that are indigenous to their own cultures. Through these types of relationships, we lessen the time-consuming learning curve associated with language acquisition and more quickly bridge cultural and ethnic gaps.

Under the sovereign hand of God, what Fellowship has in abundance is exactly what our partners lack—financial and equipping resources, and exposure to different kinds of strategies that can make a big difference in moving Kingdom initiatives forward.

Steffan Weil

Haven Church in Hamburg, Germany

“We are deeply thankful for what God did in Germany through the power of the gospel in the past and are praying that his Spirit will lead to a new awakening in Hamburg, Germany, and the surrounding areas. Please pray for wisdom to find and train new church planters with a godly character who are willing and able to plant and lead healthy, multiplying churches. May these churches form a movement of the gospel in our city.”

View Steffan's Needs

Pastor Stipend

Monthly income for personal and ministry expenses for Weil family 

$10,800.00
Support Staff Stipends

These funds will support staff assisting trainees and church planter families.

$6,000.00
Training Center Admin Stipends

These funds will support the administrative staff for the training center.

$6,000.00
Church Planting Trainees salary

These funds will support part-time church planting trainees.

$6,000.00
Travel Costs

Steffen’s job requires him to travel through Europe, training church planters and networking.

$4,000.00
Training in Hamburg

Steffen will host a church planter training in Hamburg and these funds will cover those costs.

$3,000.00
Church Network Admin Stipends

These funds will help support the administrative needs within City-to-City church planting network.

$3,000.00
Retreat for Trainees

These funds will go toward team building events and a retreat for the church planter trainees.

$5,000.00

About Steffan and his family

Steffen Weil and his wife ReNata live in Hamburg, Germany, where Steffen is the pastor for outreach at Haven.Hamburg, City Movement leader for church planting in Hamburg and leader and trainer for church planting and church renewal. Besides the work in Hamburg, Steffen leads City to City DACH (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), a church planting network.

About Fellowship's Global Partners

At Fellowship Bible Church, we believe strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of an effective and sustainable global ministry. Our primary aim is to lock arms with like-minded individuals that are indigenous to their own cultures. Through these types of relationships, we lessen the time-consuming learning curve associated with language acquisition and more quickly bridge cultural and ethnic gaps.

Under the sovereign hand of God, what Fellowship has in abundance is exactly what our partners lack—financial and equipping resources, and exposure to different kinds of strategies that can make a big difference in moving Kingdom initiatives forward.

Rosemary Khamati

Partnerships For East African Community Empowerment (PEACE) in Adjumani, Uganda

“Please pray that God will be glorified in all that we do as we serve His children—that we would exemplify His person as we serve. Please pray that God will provide the resources needed to do this work and assure us that it is not about us as we follow and do His will.”

View Rosemary's Needs

Salary Stipend

Monthly income for personal and ministry expenses for Rosemary.

$12,000.00
Teachers’ Salaries

Salary for 19 devoted teachers who educate, nurture and provide trauma care for 800 students, grades pre-K through 6.

$54,000.00
School Head Teacher

Will provide critical oversight in the education process.

$4,800.00
Assistant teachers’ salaries

These assistant teachers instruct students in very important hygiene practices and general support to the lead teacher.

$5,400.00
School chaplain stipend

This individual provides spiritual leadership to the students and teachers.

$3,600.00
School administrator

These funds will support the coordinator and liaison between school and parents/community.

$3,600.00
Adjumani office rent

This provides space for staff to work from in Adjumani.

$5,400.00
Adjumani administrative support

This induvial provides leadership, oversight and support to the program staff in Olua 1 and the overall work of PEACE.

$27,960.00
Annual staff training

This training of PEACE’s staff is priority to organizational, social and spiritual development.

$13,000.00
Women Empowerment

These funds will help facilitate weekly Bible study and prayer groups, VSLA groups, and provide training on business skills and practices with a Biblical mindset.

$17,840.00
School Classrooms

These additional classrooms are for rising 6th grade students in 2023.

$26,000.00
Church Leader Training

This training provides in-depth biblical training on trauma healing and reconciliation and is instrumental for coexistence and cohesion in the communities.

$21,900.00
Teacher Housing

As the teacher staff has grown, there is a need for more on-site housing for the teachers.

$12,500.00

About Rosemary and her family

Born and brought up in a Christian family, she is the fifth in a family of nine. Rosemary participated in Sunday school and later taught Sunday school for many years in her church. Rosemary studied and earned a bachelor’s degree in education and a diploma in Business Management. She is a single parent with four grown daughters. Rosemary has a calling to serve the least of these (Sudanese communities) with integrated transformation through formal education, training, and community development and therefore started the organization Partnerships for East African Community Empowerment (PEACE). PEACE is currently working in Olua 1, a refugee resettlement located near Adjumani, Uganda.

About Fellowship's Global Partners

At Fellowship Bible Church, we believe strategic partnerships are the lifeblood of an effective and sustainable global ministry. Our primary aim is to lock arms with like-minded individuals that are indigenous to their own cultures. Through these types of relationships, we lessen the time-consuming learning curve associated with language acquisition and more quickly bridge cultural and ethnic gaps.

Under the sovereign hand of God, what Fellowship has in abundance is exactly what our partners lack—financial and equipping resources, and exposure to different kinds of strategies that can make a big difference in moving Kingdom initiatives forward.

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