Amy Collett is a local missionary serving at Grace of God Children’s Home (GOGO) in Tsiliza, Malawi. GOGO serves about 40 orphaned and most vulnerable children. They believe in a holistic transformation of the child and incorporate the Bible and Jesus into everything they do, showing Christ’s love to each child. This ministry providesa home, education, food, Bible stories, and fun activities for he children. Amy has been working with GOGO for the last few years to develop their preschool, supervise educational activities, do village outreach, and build relationships with the children. To financially support Amy’s ministry, please visit our giving page and choose “Malawi Mission” in the Fund dropdown list.
PUERTO MALDONADO: Italo and Rebecca Abuid lead the development of a children’s school and church plant in the Amazon fringe area near Puerto Maldonado, Peru. First Brethren Church is proud to sponsor one of the children from their home for orphans. To learn more about this ministry visit brethrenchurch.org/brethren-global-partners-peru
LIMA: Katie (Garner) Leon started El Roi Ministries in 2012. Now working alongside her husband, Stephano, they serve families living in the shantytown communities of Lima, Peru. They serve the spiritual and physical needs of the people of Peru through long term discipleship programs, Biblical teaching, counseling, providing clothing, food, school supplies and translation services. Learn more about the ministry of El Roi and how you can support them at facebook.com/elroiperu
First Brethren Church sponsors 11 pastors in India through the Global Partners program of the National Brethren Church . Visit brethrenchurch.org/brethren-global-partners-india to learn more.
We are proud to partner with Riverside Christian School in Lost Creek, Kentucky. For many years, a team from First Brethren has traveled to Kentucky to provide a Vacation Bible School for the children of Lost Creek and perform service projects for the school and community. The Lower Lights choir from Riverside has joined us in North Manchester as well.
On March 1, 2021, Riverside was hit with a devastating flood that caused immense damage. They are in the process of cleaning up and rebuilding from this disaster. To learn more about Riverside or how you can help at this time, please visit facebook.com/RCSrams