The Worldchangers ministry is about building relationships with overseas partners so that together we may fulfil the command of Jesus to “go into all the world and make disciples.” The intention of this ministry is to provide friendship, prayer and where necessary finance. All of our Partners use their resources to develop leaders and engage in evangelism.
A Worldchangers offering is taken up once a month and distributed to our mission partners;
Beulah Land Services exists to bring assistance to those with leprosy in Thailand. Their pograms directly provide assistance to leprosy patients in 3 areas; physical, mental, and spiritual. The organisation has also participated in the development of villages in many leprosy settlements, such as digging ponds, making wells, supporting village waterworks, constructing jars, constructing clay dams building a church and a playground.
GMP helps build the capacity of local people in ministry by supporting key leaders and developing leadership skills. GMP are also responding to their cry for help to equip them to reach their ministry settings, despite the hardships in Zimbabwe.
Through the Bandarban Hills Churches of Christ, GMP supports seven evangelists in who are passionate about ministering and serving the tribal Mru community in Bangladesh. This passionate outreach ministry includes preaching, providing education, literature materials and teaching through songs.
GMP is partnering with a group of house churches in Vietnam who have a commitment to prayer, baptism, the weekly celebration of communion, and the ministry of women and men. The churches vary in size from a handful of people to around 60 or so. These groups of Christians are deeply committed to reaching out and to supporting each other in their faith journeys.
Based in Perth, Western Australia, Cosmos Healthcare works closely with strategic partners to provide better access to a range of primary health, health education and community development services for disadvantaged rural communities in developing world contexts. Their short-term primary health teams provide opportunities for health professionals from around the world to come together to work alongside our partners to impact many thousands of people in rural contexts.