Reach Nations

Teacher needed in Japan

Kansai Christian School in Nara, Japan, needs a first/second grade teacher for the 2014-15 school year. The school is a small, private international Christian school. Candidates must be certified and need to apply before the end of March.

KCS will pay an adequate stipend. However,...

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Caldwell’s book to spark missions movement among Muslims

Larry Caldwell, Converge IM’s director of Training and Strategy, recently returned from a teaching trip to a predominantly Muslim country where his book, Missions and You!, has been translated into the local language comprising some 60 million individuals. The book has been previously used to...

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Converge Northeast opens trip to Estonia

As part of Converge Worldwide's partnership with Estonia, leaders from Converge Northeast are taking a trip to explore ministry opportunities between CNE churches and the Estonian Baptist Union.

CNE pastors will travel to Estonia July 7-16, to build meaningful and ongoing relationships...

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LEAD team studies church planting prospects in Peru

The Latin America LEAD Team met in Lima, Peru, February 24-28 for training and to conduct a feasibility study of Lima. On Thursday and Friday the team of 17 people interviewed 14 individuals and traveled to three different communities around Lima with the goal of collecting data for the...

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First Converge missionaries arrive in Sweden

Grant and Lindsay Morgan are the first Converge missionaries at New Life Church, Stockholm, Sweden. They will lead worship teams, graphic design, membership classes and help fight against sexual trafficking.

Converge is partnering with New Life Church to plant churches in Sweden, one of...

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Meet Wiseline

What happens after One by One Haiti? Does schooling really break the pattern of poverty many Haitian children are born into? For some it does. Wiseline Pierre is on the road to a much better future.

In Haiti, going to school is a privilege. In a poor family with lots of boys, girls stand...

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Meet Robenson

Robenson vowed never to beg. He says, “I want to be responsible.” With his entrepreneurial spirit, Robenson has found ways to raise money for his personal needs, while his One by One sponsor covers his school fees at Melchizedek Baptist School. Robenson gets little support at home. His mother,...

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Meet Henry

No matter where they live, parents want the best for their children. But what happens when injury prevents a father from earning a living? Henry Saint Flime was working hard to give his boys a better life in Haiti. He taught himself English so he could work as an interpreter. He was trained as a...

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Meet Amenson

To be an orphan is a challenge in any country. To be an orphan in Haiti is a severe disadvantage. That’s the position in which Amenson Joseph found himself at age 11. Born in Cap-Haitien, he was sent to live with his grandparents in Maissade after both parents died. But his grandparents could...

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Pray for Nepal

Dear Converge Family,

Please continue to pray for our team on the ground in Nepal. Today the death toll has climbed to 5,158 people, with 11,520 people injured. As rescue efforts continue and folks are pulled from the rubble, those numbers are expected to double.

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