The Bible tells us that we will be joined in heaven by a multitude from every nation. What an exciting vision of our future.
In supporting our Mission Partners, we want to invest in gospel ministry, particularly in South East Asia and the Pacific. Ten percent of our giving is allocated to both overseas and domestic Mission Partners.
We also support partners here in Australia who work to further mission, and reach unreached people groups.
After serving with OMF Taiwan for 10 years, Linda McKerrell is now serving with OMF Australia (QLD/NT) as a Mobiliser and Missions Mentor. With the OMF team, she helps young people and churches better understand the need for cross cultural missionaries, the reality of life of the ground and how they might: Learn, Pray, Go, Send, Welcome and Mobilise.
Peter and Katharine Yock serve with the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (AFES) at Griffith University (South Bank). We get to proclaim Jesus to students at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, the Queensland College of Art, and the Griffith Film School. We also have two young boys who keep us on our toes, Noah (2013) and Atticus (2015).
James and Honoria Brennan serve with AFES working with international students at the the University of Queensland, developing relationships, providing support and introducing them to the Lord Jesus.
Their joy is seeing people, come to faith, grow and mature in their faith and serve God by witnessing to other students.
School chaplains support young people in one of today’s most high pressure environments – the schoolyard. SU QLD chaplains provide a safe, positive influence for children, helping them find better ways to deal with a wide range of issues.
Maa’afu works as a bible translation consultant for United Bible Societies, overseeing a number of projects in the pacific including the Tongan Bible Project.
Ma’afu also pastors the Tongan Evangelical Wesleyan Church to reach out to Tongans and Islander people groups with the gospel.