To the contrary, “if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink; for by doing so you will heap burning coals on his head.” Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.
Be involved in the global outreach work around the world—opportunities abound for investing in our global partners and their ministries while remaining stateside.
Prayer is the most important aspect of global partner support (Luke 10:2, Ephesians 6:18–20). Write to our global partner and ask to receive their prayer updates. Also available to the church are the prayer calendars which contain pictures and contact information. Feel free to pick up a calendar at the Welcome Desk or any time during the week at the church office.
Barnabas Support Teams
Join a support team for a global partner. Meet monthly to pray and brainstorm ways to advocate for a global partner and the people group they seek to reach. Contact Global Outreach Department for more information: 612-338-7653 x432.
Learn about opportunities to serve our global partners who are on home assignment.
Missions Fellowship Gatherings
Join us once a month to gather with other missions-minded people. We discuss missions-relevant topics with our global partners. Contact Julie Varno with questions: 651-636-3020.
Women’s Circles of Prayer for Missions
Attend a monthly meeting of women gathering to pray for and hear updates from our global partners. Contact person, Char Ransom: 612-816-3694.
Participate in Global Focus Events
Every October we dedicate a few weeks to focusing on missions. Come network with others and participate in the various events hosted by the Global Outreach Department. Contact the Global Outreach department (612-338-7653 x432) to find out about volunteering during Global Focus.
Stay Connected With Our Global Partners
- Pray for our global partners all year. Pick up a prayer calendar at the church Welcome Desk. This calendar also includes their pictures and contact information.
- Give monthly to support global partners financially.
- Follow the Global Outreach blog.