First Quarter Newsletter

In this issue of the  newsletter you can read about: 2018 World Services: Self-Denial Transforms Overseas Personnel Updates Global Mission Team to the Philippines And more!

New Advent Prayer Cards!

We are pleased to share a brand new resource – a set of Advent Prayer Cards. These prayer cards feature prayer requests from our overseas missionaries, Partners in Mission, and prayer points related to other global concerns. Here are some suggestions for using the prayer cards: -Put the cards in a jar on your dresser,…

Fourth Quarter Newsletter 2016

In this issue of the newsletter you can read about: Twenty New Corps Initiative New Overseas Personnel Share Your Christmas Joy Check it out!

Third Quarter Newsletter 2016

In this issue of the newsletter you can read about: Twenty New Corps Initiative Global Mission Teams to La Fosse, Haiti and Rio, Brazil Youth Councils – Project: FAST Check it out!

5 Ways to Make a Difference This Christmas Season

This Christmas do something that will make a difference! Not sure where to begin? Here are a few suggestions: 1. Encourage someone. For many of us Christmas is a time when we will gather with friends and family, but for some Christmas can be a lonely or isolating time. Think of those who are missionaries…

Meet our Missionary Kids!

Hi, Central Territory Junior Soldiers, Sunbeams, Adventure Corps members, Sunday School students and Day Campers!  We thought it might be fun for you “meet” some of our territory’s Missionary Kids who are serving with their parents in Jamaica and Latvia.  We asked them all to answer a few questions about what life is like where they live,…

5 Ways You Can Get Involved in Missions Today

Getting involved in missions doesn’t necessarily mean getting on an airplane and crossing the ocean. Here are five ways that you can get involved in missions today! 1. Learn. One way to get involved in missions is to begin learning about different people groups, Christian ministries around the globe, and the work of missionaries. What…

Becoming New: Youth Mission Project Event in Japan

During four different weekends this Spring, young people of the USA Central Territory gathered to attend their annual divisional Youth Councils.  Did you know that Youth Councils is not something that is unique to our country? We invited Captain Christopher Marques, a USA Central Territory missionary currently serving in Japan as the Assistant to the Territorial Youth…

Missionary Changes of Appointment

We have learned that the following USA Central Territory missionaries have received changes of appointment.  Please keep them in your prayers during this time of transition! Major Sheila Davisson – College for Officer Training for Canada and Bermuda Territory (effective June 26, 2015) *Major Phil Davisson will remain in his current appointment at Booth University College….