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Global Ministries projects addressing Human Trafficking

IMG_3009.JPGHuman trafficking, or trafficking in persons, is one of the world's largest organized criminal enterprises, somewhere between drugs and guns. Millions are held against their will for slave labor and sex work, including tens of thousands in the US. Half of them are children. Human trafficking is growing because slave labor is profitable and because poverty makes so many vulnerable to exploitation. Global Ministries works with global church and program partners that address human trafficking in their communities. 

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2016 CTE Newsletter

ctenews.jpgIn recent years, the Theological Community of Chile (CTE) has been expanding. In the last Assembly, the CTE received three new churches as fraternal members – bringing the number up to eight. They also increased their denominational affiliations and now have 64 different denominations participating in their work. In 2016, the number of students enrolled in the theological school exceeded 200. The Theological Community of Chile believes this is a direct response to some of the strategies the CTE has implemented.

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Alternative Christmas


What gift will you give this year?

Alternative Christmas at Global Ministries is an invitation for all to celebrate and to share globally the best gifts we have received, and the ones we cherish in a special way during the Christmas season.  These are the gifts of HopeJoy, Love, and Peace.  Giving an Alternative Christmas Gift is a meaningful way to honor your loved ones while making a difference in the lives of individuals around the world living in difficult circumstances.  

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Mission Advocates - Recurring Gift Donors

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Community of Mission Advocates

The Community of Mission Advocates is a group of individuals who are donors to Global Ministries and committed to accompanying sisters and brothers in Christ around the world by providing regular support for the work that is most near and dear to them.   

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Cargo4theCongo

Donor Story: First Christian Church in Amarillo, TX
Cargo4theCongo

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Gifts for the Congo

First Christian Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas

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A Congo Connection Commission! the Musical

First Christian Church in Abilene, Texas

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Supporting Christian Presence through World Communion Sunday

First Church in Marlborough, Massachusetts

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Interfaith Relations

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Personal Experience at Kalauman

roberts1.pngOn a return visit to the Philippines (where we had lived years earlier), we had the opportunity to visit the Dumaguete Kalauman Center for Development.  We were able to meet the children and families sponsored by our church and minister.  We spent two days with the staff and children, learning about their programs, their successes, and their challenges.  We were warmly welcomed with enduring Filipino hospitality and shared meals, outings, worship, music, and serious discussions with them.  

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