Below is an excerpt from a blog post by ITMI's Charl van Wyk.
There’s a question I often encounter—especially among my American friends: How can I make a difference for Christ in another country?
Glad you asked!
Ministry is not about one person. Although we enjoy having heroes, it’s just not the way this effort works. Missionary work requires cooperation and collaboration—a group of people networking together to make ministry happen.
We all pray. Some work on the ground. Others toil in cyber space, sharing the plight of the suffering with others. Some fight politically. Some help with administration. Still others give financially to make sure the ministry continues and can even flourish.
The fact is, every one of these partners is indispensable from a human perspective, in making the Gospel of the Kingdom known. Please do not ever underestimate the impact of your involvement!
A classroom is added to the facility in Stone Hill!
The rest of the post contains answers to questions about the ministry at Stone Hill and some additional impact that has been made through your support!