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Form the Church in the Global South

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Growing food through aquaponics

Kid friendly project!

Did you know that fish poop makes an excellent natural fertilizer for fruits and vegetables – without the need for soil? And that the growing plants clean the water for the fish?

This closed system of raising food is called aquaponics. It’s environmentally friendly, can be done on a small scale, and provides a healthy diet of fish and green produce.

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Category: 
Small Business Development

Support Thai Ministry

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Christine and Tom Poovong are leading a new church among the Isaan people of Thailand

Support Christine and Tom Poovong

Focused on building self-sufficient congregations, Tom and Christine Poovong provide pastoral leadership to emerging Christian communities in northeastern Thailand. They have developed income-generation ministries, including MennoShoes and an Issaan food restaurant, businesses where Christian disciples make a steady income and are able to give back to their local congregations. The goal is to establish self-sustainable, locally run peace churches.

Worker Info
Name(s): 
Tom & Christine Poovong
Title: 
Long Term Workers in Thailand
Home Congregation(s): 
Trinity Mennonite Church, Calgary, Alberta
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Category: 
Evangelism & Church Planting

Support China Ministry - International Relationship Building

Jeanette Hanson
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Inspiring students and church leaders in China
Jeanette Hanson

Support Jeanette Hanson

Mennonite Partners in China (MPC) is an inter-Mennonite body that coordinates Mennonite Church Canada’s ministry in China. Working with Chinese universities, MPC seeks to build pathways of peace and understanding through educational exchange of teachers and students. Jeanette Hanson is associate director of MPC, while based in Canada. Through regular correspondence and periodic travel to China, Jeanette builds relationships between Mennonites in North America, Chinese educational institutions and Christian communities.

Worker Info
Name(s): 
Jeanette Hanson
Title: 
Resource Worker for China Ministry
Home Congregation(s): 
Grace Mennonite Church, Prince Albert, SK
Home Congregation(s): 
Tiefengrund Mennonite Church, Laird, SK
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Category: 
Faith Nurture

Where Most Needed

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A gift to “Where Most Needed” is a gift to the whole church and is the most helpful and flexible gift anyone can make.
People with hands on a globe

A gift to “Where Most Needed” is a gift to the whole church and is the most helpful and flexible gift anyone can make.

Gifts to “Where Most Needed” help workers spend 100% of their time on ministry rather than fundraising-related activities, and help keep money in the local economy by growing and developing local congregations and disciples of Christ.

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