Teams:

A team of seven from , Centennial, CO, will minister in Haiti June 5 to 14. is the leader for this team which plans to do demolition, construction and distribution of emergency supplies.

Need in Haiti:

The FM recovery program in Haiti requires a geotechnical engineer to join a small team of structural engineers departing soon.
DUTIES: Help in the ongoing assessments of selected FM churches and schools which remain standing following the January earthquake. Help prepare a brief report on findings and conclusions.
ELIGIBILITY: A qualified geotechnical engineer experienced in time-efficient field assessments. A team player who understands and is in full sympathy with the Christian basis for this work is needed for this mission.
MISSION DURATION: approximately one week.
TIMING: soon – to be arranged in consultation with the team leader.

Interested individuals should e-mail: conniek@fmcna.org.

Mobilization

How can a global partnership be of mutual benefit to all involved? Imagine this: If a church in the U.S. partners with an international congregation seeking to expand its church planting programs, the international church can benefit from the encouragement, momentum and resources contributed by their U.S. partner. The church in the U.S. can share stories of the exciting happenings made possible by the partnership, which will motivate their members, provide a common goal everyone can work toward, and draw new people into “a church that is making a difference.” Pray the partnerships developing within the FMC will lead to these and other positive dynamics, and that more churches will learn how they can become involved. What are your questions about global partnerships? Ask Dale Woods (dale4missions@gmail.com or 810-836-6527).