Rick Terrazas is with Rock of Ages Prison Ministry and his service involves:
- Soul Winning
- Youth Facilities
- Prison Prevention
- Character Building
- Juvenile Justice Centers
PO Box 1810, Fairview, OR 97024
Cell (360) 608-7507
IEM is a multifaceted ministry with the goal of winning the lost, building and equipping the saints, and then sending them forth to fulfill the Great Commission of our Lord (Mat 28:19, 20). IEM was founded in 1966 by Dr. G.V. Mathai, being burdened that millions of Indians were headed toward a Christless eternity.
Following the strategy of the Apostle Paul, “Being made all things to all men, that I by all means he might save some” (I Cor. 9:22), IEM is reaching the lost by meeting the spiritual, physical and material needs of the people. Large evangelical crusades, tract distribution, Christian Reading Rooms and Bible Correspondence Courses have all proven very effective in leading the spiritually hungry to Christ.
Since foreign missionaries are not allowed to preach the gospel in India, an important part of IEM’s ministry is training Indian nationals in the word of
God that they may take a “fully equipped” role in winning souls for Christ and establishing churches. The IEM Bible College exists to meet this challenge. Read more about it on our Bible College page.
God willing, IEM intends to continue it’s work in India by establishing a strong Christian witness, and planting churches in this predominantly anti-Christian group nation. By winning the lost, building and equipping the saints, and sending them forth we will be obedient to our Lord, for the furtherance of His kingdom.
P.O. Box 1633
Lakewood, CA 90716
James and Christina Post work with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Papua New Guinea. James is a Language Technology Consultant for the mission.
We’re excited about the exponential impact we’ve been able to have through training Papua New Guineans and missionaries to use computer programs for Bible translation and linguistic work. Though we’re just one couple, we’ve been able to collaborate on projects in over 100 different language groups, a far reaching impact we never imagined.
We appreciate your prayers as we endeavor to spread the Good News to people who don’t have God’s Word in their own language. We are thankful and honored that you would partner with us in accelerating Bible translation in Papua New Guinea.
Updated August, 2016: Thanks for praying for us! Lot of stress right now, but a lot of good things too. Took a team back yesterday who were teaching art to the Secondary School students, and bringing out a Dental Team today. They are going to try to do all essential dental work for all 250 school students in the next 3 days! We also have a Christian Chinese business man from here in Uganda visiting with his family this week.
Next week I head out to Namiti Island to teach pastors for the week. That weekend Keeky will join in with YWAM’s 2-day Women’s Conference on our island, then we head back to mainland and get some rest.
Thanks again for praying!
I work in a children’s home in Northeast Thailand with Remember Nhu. Remember Nhu’s mission is to end child sex slavery through prevention. There are currently 11 at-risk girls in the home. Our ministry is to provide the girls with a safe and loving home where they can grow into the young woman God created them to be, free of the horrors that could otherwise be a part of their lives. The ministry includes providing them with a good education, teaching them the gospel, teaching English, and providing for every physical, emotional, and spiritual need that we possible can.