Mission to North America’s (MNA) church planting ministry hopes “to see people coming to Christ from the many diverse communities and people groups of North America.”   It just so happens that Native Americans comprise more than 1,100 distinct people …

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An Imperative of Compassion

As nations and governments close borders and answer the cries of the vulnerable with fear and anger, MTW missionaries around the world are responding with the love of Christ, working with and through local churches to address the needs of refugees everywhere.

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Garriott wants to help Christians move past general prayers for state and national leaders and pray for them as real people whose lives are in God’s hands. Nothing about a leader’s beliefs or actions negates the Christian’s responsibility to pray for him.

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Hurricanes Harvey and Irma — in terms of physical size and costs — were two of the largest on record. More rain fell during Harvey than during any other storm in recorded history. Because of Irma’s massive size, it wreaked havoc all over the state of Florida, at one point covering the entire peninsula, east to west.

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MNA, MTW
 Come Together
 on Ministry to Refugees

When MTW and MNA bring their experiences together, they create a big-picture view of what God is doing. The Holy Spirit then can work in people’s hearts to prompt them to serve.

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