Mission partners and associates

Beeston Free is committed, as a church, to sending out trained workers for gospel work in other areas of the U.K. and worldwide.

We do this by providing training in our own church, supporting members in theological study and sending out our own members to Christian work elsewhere. We also are supportive of others who have become well known to us, who have been sent by other churches.

Below are details of our present Partners and Associates and links to the organisations to which they belong. If you would like to be put in touch with any of these workers please contact the church office.

We also have a committee that seeks to stimulate interest in mission and helps communicate the needs and news from our partners and associates. Frequently there is a special focus on mission at our Wednesday prayer meeting.

ClarksJonathan and Dawn Clark

What: Student work

Where: Athens, Greece

Jonathan and Dawn work with Greek students encouraging them in their witness to their fellow students in universities through training and support in their discipleship and evangelism.

 

 

SkippersJonathan and Clare Skipper

What: Student work

Where: Barcelona, Spain

Formerly international students themselves in Barcelona (Spain), Jonathan and Clare returned in September 2008 to work with the GBU (the Spanish equivalent of the UK’s Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship). Their role is to support and train small groups of Christian students in the region, in living for Jesus on campus.

 

Picture1Andre and Julie Bailey

What: Supporting Bible translation work

Where: Nairobi, Kenya

André is the Services Manager for the Kenyan Bible Translation Organisation, BTL, who is a part of a team that supports their work by carrying out building and maintenance work on their Nairobi base. Julie works as part of an international inter-mission team at the Tumaini Counselling centre. Julie carries out counselling for people serving in mission organisations across Africa.

 

McCleansJohnny and Ann McClean

What: Student work

Where: Bangkok, Thailand

Johnny and Ann live in Bangkok, with their three children to  working among international students. They are involved in student work, evangelism, discipleship & leadership training.

 

friends-logoFriends International

What: Reaching international students

Where: All across the UK

In Nottingham Friends International has two full-time workers, Liz Middleton and Rachel Chard. As well as being involved directly in student work themselves, Liz and Rachel encourage local churches to get involved in ministry among international students.

 

Jo McMillenJo McMillen

What: Street children ministry

Where: Belem, Brazil

Jo is seeking to reach street children working with an organisation called Assistance and Recuperation for Children and Adults (ARCA) in Belim, North Brazil. Jo currently works in one of the houses where young girls can stay if they want to leave the streets. ARCA provides a home, education support and seeks to share the gospel with these children.

 

AIM

What: Church planting, medical mission, teaching, youth work, Bible translation

Where: All across Africa

AIM International is a Christian mission agency serving across Africa, and ministering to Africans around the world. They partner with local churches to reach Africa’s unreached peoples with the Good News of Jesus Christ, and to develop leaders for the fast-growing church. Several of our members at Beeston Free work at AIM’s office in Nottingham.

Michael and Rachel

PrestsWhat: Serving the church in South East Asia

Where: South East Asia

Michael and Rachel are seeking to serve the South East Asian church with a particular passion to see the church mobilised to undertake cross-cultural mission to the many unreached peoples within the region.

Chris and Staci Ochs

ochs webWhat: Training future missionaries

Where: Tasmania, Australia

Chris, Staci and their three children are working with WEC (World Evangelization for Christ) at one of their missionary training colleges. They are involved in teaching and preparing men and women from all over the world for full time missionary service.

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