International - Overseas Focus
Many projects with a heart to serve people overseas are also based in Bath. Below of details of onese we've come across so far.
Let us know if you are involved in an overseas project we'd love to hear from you.
Natasha Miche Tells Us About Her Exciting Plans for Internship in Africa! And appeals for funding
Having spent one summer in Uganda, with Revelation Life - the international ministry with a heart to feed the poor, widows and orphans - Natasha Miche has fallen in love with people in the Ugandan slums, and is heading back for a year this autumn. A keen photographer, dance group co-ordinator and member of Bath City Church, Natasha needs to raise funds and donations for this incredible journey. Find out about what she will be doing, the people she will be loving and her expectations for a deeper relationship with God.
Mercy In Action: Feeding the Homeless, Clothing the Naked... and Fantastic Charity Shops!
A spontaneous restaurant trip to feed homeless boys in the Philippines, during a mission trip signalled the beginnings of Bath based charity 'Mercy In Action'. Now operating nine charity shops - with five in Bath - charity founder Allison Todd tells us how MIA began and her mission to 'feed the hungry and clothe the naked'. Read her touching 'Q & A' interview...And find out how you can get involved with this fantastic charity.
Menunited's Don Latham Reports On Bible Translations and Tackling Aids with God's Love in Tanzania
Pioneer of the 'blokeish' men's monthly evangelism event 'Menunited', Don Latham's passion to see church and Christians unite and people set free by the love of God, recently led him to Tanzania! Here he gives his firsthand account of seeing incredible life-changing Bible Society projects including new language translations of the bible, and tackling the Aids epidemic - as well as restoring hope to Aids sufferers.
Forgotten Tribe Get School and Simon Guillebaud Shares Links And A Role in Africa United!
One hundred Twa children described by Simon Guillebaud, as "The poorest of the poor" have started school for the first time this month, as part of Simon's Great Lakes Outreach Mission in Burundi. "They are the first ever in their lineage to attend school - just one of the many beautiful things we're involved with in Burundi." says Simon.
Missionary Simon Guillebaud of Great Lakes Outreach Enters Exciting New Chapter
An unmistakably original answer to a heartfelt prayer propelled Simon Guillebaud into a life of outreach and evangelism in the African state of Burundi. Inspired to 'live by faith not by fear', ignore death threats and stop 'people from dying and going to hell', Simon's 'Great Lakes Outreach' in Burundi has helped save thousands of lives.
Find out about the exciting next chapter in Simon's life.
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