This is a guest post by Bryan Conard My name is Bryan Conard. My wife Martha and I presently live in Senegal, West Africa, with our three children where we serve as missionaries with Ethnos360.” My life today is incomparably different than I ever imagined it would be growing up in the ghettos of South […]
After we settled back into a summer routine following the trip west, Joel hit the ground running! He’s preparing to spend time with some of our overseas-based missionaries as they start their furloughs. He and his intern will spend a week in central Pennsylvania towards the end of this month encouraging them in the area […]
//If you’re interested in watching a video version of this update click here// News about our family, what we’ve been up to and what we’re praying about doing this summer. Let’s start somewhere else though… On the other side of the world in Papua New Guinea, the Menya people live. They’ve had a team of […]
We know that what it looks like now for us in the developed world looks way different than it did when Jesus instituted it. So it’s inevitable that it looks ‘local’ for the Church in the Simbari people group. This video shows you how different and yet, the joy of communion is evident! The Blood […]
Earlier this year, the Ethnos360 Home Office team all moved from the office spaces we’d all occupied since 1978 into new space, a mile deeper into downtown Sanford. To move a huge team of 200+ support personnel into new offices is huge, but we one-upped that! Our Communications and Marketing team led our organization through […]
[joel and bethany potter] If you’re praying for us, YOU are getting behind what we’re doing and asking our God to be glorified in our lives and through our work. If you’re giving to us, YOU are using God’s resources to back God’s work through us. If you’re talking about and sharing the stories we’re […]
You may have seen it if you followed any of NTM's social media channels, but the story of a little girl, Emma Grace, captured the hearts of many.
We remembered and entered into the suffering and sacrifice, then we sweetly celebrated His resurrection. But what's next? Is it just a joyful moment to relish in like so many other holidays? Or should we keep our eyes on what Jesus did next too?
Thank you for your prayers and support throughout 2016. We are excited to continue to be “your hands and feet” as we serve with NTM to see a Thriving Church for Every People.
In the end, we didn’t see any new monthly or recurring support raised, but just as important as that, we saw relationships renewed and re-invigorated as well as the potential for brand new relationships.