Partnerships

Mission Senegal

All Partnerships Strategic Initiatives

Mission Inter Senegal is the active branch of the Senegalese Evangelical Fellowship, a non-profit organization recognized by the government. MIS seeks to send out national missionaries to the towns and villages in the interior of Senegal who are without any Christian witness. As a non-denominational, private association with a holistic approach to ministry, Mission Inter Senegal's main role is to announce the message of Jesus Christ by means of national projects, development and evangelism.

Mission Senegal Website

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This Month's Featured Partnership

 

Dolph Laraio

"Dolph works with Life Transforming Ministries in Coatesville.  His ministry is to help bring unity to the body of Christ across Chester County (and beyond), with the knowledge that together we can be more effective at reaching every man, woman, and child with repeated opportunities to hear, see, and respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

What this looks like: Dolph facilitates monthly pastors meetings in various towns (West Chester, Downingtown, Coatesville, Phoenixville...) that helps build relationships, trust, prayer, and a common vision/mission.  Through those meetings, they are strategizing a way to equip and mobilize the people of our congregations to be reaching out to those who live near them, and to do this in partnership with other believers from different congregations.

Dolph has been amazed to see the shift in Chester County over the past few years--pastors are truly excited to be connected with each other, and are now thinking in terms of 'us' rather than 'you and me'.  They believe God is directing their steps through their prayer times, and can't wait to see what He has in store for them moving forward!"

 
 

 

 

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