“Declare His GLORY among the nations, His WONDERS among ALL peoples.” Psalm 96:3
So many unreached people are without one word of the Bible in their language. 2500 people groups are still waiting to know our amazing God!
One of the great wonders of God is taking us humble pieces of clay and shaping us into pots He can use. God promises to transform us into the image of His son. So many unreached people are without one word of the Bible in their language. We get to be a part of telling how they are being reached with the gospel and how those who believe are being transformed into the image of God’s Son!
Scott works in the computer services department as an IT support technician. He serves missionaries at the home office, manages the phone system, assists the remote networking team, and sets up new computers for use.
Missionaries around the globe rely on computers for translation, culture learning, administration and communication. As Bible translator Lisa Kappeler said, “I don’t know of a missionary working on translation in any location that’s not dependent on [computers]. Not if they want to do it the quicker, more efficient, easier way…I can’t imagine doing what we do without it. It’s pretty vital.”
Regina works with Ministry Advancement as a Video Production Specialist. Her primary role is video editing, though at times she has also worked on websites, writing, and audio editing. Her team creates tools for missionaries, and spreads awareness through social media and other media to help people see how they can be a part of reaching the unreached.
AUDIO >> Ethnos Canada has a new missions podcast for women. Listen to a few episodes here.
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ONLINE >> The Ethnos360 website helps visitors connect with the ministry and learn about training or how to get involved.
Through the global efforts of Ethnos360 and its partnering churches, the edge of the church is expanding to new language groups. One day we will see a thriving church for every people!
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