The Third Street Methodist Church supports the New Tribes Mission organization. This group trains and places missionaries in many places around the world, mostly in remote places. This organization is involved with translating the Bible into native languages that do not even have a written language. The missionaries must develop an alphabet of the sounds, make up a language to write and read, and then teach the tribal people how to read the Gospel in the Bible in their native language. This is an amazing challenge.


There are many more activities of the New Tribes Mission. You may find them at  usa.ntm.org/about


This organization also has a Bible Institute for the training and placing of missionaries. Please contact them at ntbi.org


Our missionaries are Stefan and Sharon Kern.

find them at: http:www.ntm.org/stefan_kern

 

 


Kentucky United Methodist Children


http://www.kyumh.com/


We are a Christian service agency annually serving over 1600 youth from all counties in Kentucky with histories of abuse, neglect, abandonment or family trauma. We believe that every individual is an individual of worth, entitled to God's gift of wholeness of life. The work we do provides professional counseling to young people to help them heal and build a brighter future for themselves.



Operation Christmas Child


http://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child/


Since 1993, more than 100 million boys and girls in over 130 countries have experienced God’s love through the power of simple shoe box gifts from Operation Christmas Child. Samaritan’s Purse works with local churches and ministry partners to deliver the gifts and share the life-changing Good News of Jesus Christ.



Stefan and Sharon Kern


http://blogs.ntm.org/stefan-kern/



Third Street Methodist Church is excited to support Stefan and Sharon Kern in their mission to plant churches among the tribal people of Mozambique.



The Gideons International


http://www.gideons.org/


From the inception of The Gideons International, the truth of Matthew 4:19 has been at the very heart of the mission of our Association, namely, to share the hope of Jesus Christ with the lost.