These beautiful souls, whom God loves dearly, are ripe for the harvest. They are searching and there just aren’t enough workers to engage them.
While the name of the Jesus has been known for a long time in São Paulo and Rio de Janiero, the need for the Gospel is great. These cities still need help.
What could one American church partnering with one small missions agency do to impact these huge cities in Japan? The answer was easy for God.
Team Expansion is partnering with a church who has a vision to engage the world with the Gospel, starting with the 30 largest cities.
We have been exploring partnerships to support the global church. The Church in Brazil is more and more ready to take on a global task.
What a reminder of God’s providence, His sovereignty, and His perfect plan that He had been working on for years before Spain was ever on my radar.
When he was a little boy in Sudan, his family would go to the church for help. Now, as a grown refugee in America, the Church is still helping.
There’s good in stepping beyond tradition and experiencing something bigger than your moment. So if you’re ready for a really big change: serve instead.
She was determined to be baptized, but no one expected a thief to show up and try to steal her joy, as well as her house keys!
This Thanksgiving season as you count your blessings, our missionaries want to chime in, too! Just for fun, here are 10 reasons we’re thankful this year.
This year, use Thanksgiving to be intentional in 4 missional ways. Up first – change your invitation list to include some international families!
Team Expansion wants our missionaries to thrive. So we do everything we can to equip them for the vital work they’re attempting.
It’s about creating a team of people dedicated to seeing you succeed on the field where you’ll desperately need the prayers of an army of people back home.
Team Expansion will make every effort to help you protect and educate your children in the best way available in whatever area you end up serving.
We’re determined to see your heart, hear where God is already drawing you, and do our best to help you answer His call on your life.
You’re considering missions, but you have questions. Here are the questions we hear most often from potential Kingdom workers. Question 1: Do I need a seminary degree?
Walk with one man as he journeys through seeking, finding, and suffering for Christ. In part 4, Emre’s faith thrives as he shares the Good News with others.
Walk with one man as he journeys through seeking, finding, and suffering for Christ. In part two, Emre studies and believes the Word.
Walk with one man as he journeys through seeking, finding, and suffering for Christ. In part one, Emre has a dream about the blood of Jesus.