The Baptist World Mission (BMS) sends people to the poorest parts of the world to work alongside local people and share the love of Jesus. Each year we support the BMS and we are currently supporting Andy and Jenny Saunders in Nepal. A live feed of their latest news is below:
Paul and Sarah Brown are reaching out to survivors of sex trafficking and women who’ve been sexually exploited in Bangkok, Thailand.
To read their latest prayer requests, click the link below!
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We're looking for nurses to work with us in a hospital in Chad. You can go from anywhere between three months to four years, serving those who need care as well as training others.
If you're interested, get in touch!
Freeing women from the sex trade. Giving women a voice in Afghanistan. These are just some of the ways that BMS World Mission is working to empower women around the world. And to thrive, these women and these projects need your prayers.
Linda and Tim Darby have posted an update from Uganda, including this lovely picture from a wedding they recently attended with their colleagues.
They talk about the day in their latest blog post, which you can read in the link below!
If you’ve done something to raise money for BMS over the last few months, please let us know! You could inspire others to do the same, and you could also appear in Engage magazine (so you’d basically be famous).
BMS workers in France turned a chapel into a space for art and prayer, during a youth conference where over 400 young French Christians turned up to worship God and grow in their faith.
Speaking up for the poor and needy. Defending the abused and oppressed. Christian lawyers coming together, in one of the least developed countries in the world, to share God’s heart for justice and see the vulnerable realise their rights.