Volunteer refugee and immigrant leaders are establishing evangelistic movements among their language groups in North America. The congregations they nurture are becoming hubs for faith communities with contagious impact, and the Adventist message is spreading among people groups that would have been very difficult to reach before they resettled.
“God in His providence has brought men to our very doors and thrust them, as it were, into our arms, that they might learn the truth, and be qualified to do a work we could not do in getting the light before men of other tongues."
-Evangelism, pg. 570
Church planters are career missionaries who engage in evangelistic and lay pastoring activities full time. They unselfishly dedicate their lives to spreading the gospel and work tirelessly to create a stable Adventist presence in as many language groups as possible. We rely on donor sponsorship to support their work.Donate Here
At Adventist Refugee and Immigrant Ministries, it is our philosophy that refugees and immigrants must not only be included, but empowered. We recognize that given the necessary resources, refugee and immigrant congregations worshipping in their native languages will evangelize their own people groups far more effectively than any other efforts ever could.