These kids in our Cairo Child Sponsorship Program enjoyed
a Christmas party outside playing sports!
They are refugees
from Sudan. Your love and financial gifts made this happen!
The IM Cairo Child Sponsorship Program kids six months into
this new ministry area! Thank you for praying for our kids and
teams! Dec. 2022
IMI October 2022 Middle East National Pastors’ Conference
have many forms!
Refugee children in IM’s Child Sponsorship Program performing
a song in an IM-sponsored church plant in N. Iraq
Children in IM’s Child Sponsorship Program put on a
wonderful program for our US team, October 2022
Thank you, sponsors and donors for giving
so generously in 2022 so children in the
Middle East could receive backpacks filled
with school supplies!
to the children in our program in Upper Nile
Four sisters who attend an Indigenous Ministries church plant in their village,
Upper Nile, Egypt
Mosul, North Iraq
giving so that this child, a Sudanese
refugee, can go to school this year
Sudanese mother and her children who are refugees in Cairo
Children in our Child Sponsorship Program in Baghdad
enjoying a Christmas Party!
Grace Bible College students in India sang a Christmas
cantata written by one of our own professors!
GBC Principal Pramod Tantarpale (Center) receiving the accreditation
paper from ATA. Click HERE for more information
INDIGENOUS MINISTRIES brings Christ’s message of love and redemption by partnering with national pastors, leaders and ministry teams in difficult access countries. This is the message of hope found through the Bible and is, indeed our foundation.
Sponsor a Child and Change a Life!
Refugee children in Iraq
Needy children in rural Egypt
Impoverished children in the Philippines
Invest in a Church Planter and Change a Community
Nationals know needs of their own people
They know the language & culture intimately
A national pastor ministers for a lifetime
Give a Christian Education and
Change a Country
Students are future influencers in India, Myanmar
Alumni minister to remote, unreached peoples
Alumni plant hundreds of self-sustaining churches