Who Do We Support?

Jesus told us, his disciples, to make disciples of all nations. One of the most important values of New Life Fellowship Church is our mission to the world. It begins in our own community, and spreads overseas. New Life Fellowship is thrilled to be part of the spread of God’s kingdom around the world and here at home. We are active in sending and supporting missionaries with our money and with our prayers, along with supporting our local ministries here in Nebraska.

Mission Outreach

Information on these various ventures is taken straight from the About Us pages on their respective websites.

 

 

Awana

Awana helps churches and parents work together to develop spiritually strong children and youth who faithfully follow Jesus Christ. Our programs offer a proven approach for evangelizing and discipling kids in the church and community.

Each week, more than 1.5 million kids ages 2 to 18 participate in Awana. Over 12,000 churches in the U.S. and nearly 13,000 internationally run Awana programs that change young lives through biblical truth.

Rick & Fairy Hattan
(402) 694-2582
rickh@awana.org
awana.org
highplainsawana.org
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 Global Training Network

Global Training Network

The vision of Global Training Network is to provide quality biblical and theological training to thousands of indigenous church planters, pastors and Christian leaders throughout the Majority World, so that these pastors and leaders can then effectively equip and lead their congregations to evangelize and disciple their communities for Christ.
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KJLT & KJTF Radio Stations

KJLT Christian Radio serving areas in Nebraska, Kansas, and Colorado. Also streaming on our website kjlt.org.

kjlt.org
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MBMission

There are dark places in this world where even a little light makes a huge difference.  The light gets brighter when teachers, engineers, pastors and business people are collectively bringing transformation to a community. Discover how MB Mission is shining to make a difference for Jesus.

Yesterday goes back to 1860 when the Mennonite Brethren were conceived as a missions movement.  Even before the first missionaries were ever sent to India, mission was in the DNA of this revival.

Today, MB Mission continues to shine brightly for Jesus across the world.  To date, MB Mission has sent more than 2,400 people as resident missionaries.  Thousands more have served on short term assignments and in partnership with other mission organizations.  God has greatly blessed this obedience in mission.  And the work goes on.

Tomorrow is just like today.  We follow Jesus and expect lives to be transformed.  Our prayer is that Jesus’ light will shine brighter each day until the whole earth is filled with his glory.

mbmission.org

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New Tribes Mission

PLANTING TRIBAL CHURCHES. Of the world’s 6,500 people groups, 2,500 are still unreached. New Tribes Mission helps local churches train, coordinate and send missionaries to these tribes.

We minister among unreached people groups:

In 2,500 of the world’s 6,500 people groups, there is no church, nor is there any work being done to establish a church. These are the people among whom New Tribes Mission works.

We work in the tribal culture and language:

These tribes’ cultures and languages have isolated them from the Gospel. Missionaries must learn their language and understand their culture in order to clearly present the Gospel and effectively plant a church.

We present foundational Bible teaching:

Unreached people groups have no concept of the God of the Bible. So Bible teaching begins at the same place God began with His chosen people: at the beginning. Chronological Bible teaching presents a foundation for understanding Jesus’ death and resurrection.

We establish mature churches:

Following the pattern seen in Acts as God’s people carried out the Great Commission, missionaries seek to establish mature churches that can take their rightful place as agents of change in their own communities and partners in the Great Commission.

John & Genise Anderson
(262) 613-1463
John_Anderson@ntm.org
usa.ntm.org
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Ogallala Women’s Resource Center

The specific purpose of Ogallala Women’s Resource Center is to : Protect the life of the unborn: Offer love and practical help to those with unplanned pregnancies; Advocate healthy and moral relationships through the promotion of chastity; Minister the Good News of salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ.

ogallalawrc.com

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