Dear fellow servants of Christ,

We praise God for another year of His blessing and care for us in Propempo ministry! Thank you for your sweet and generous partnership with us. We long to see churches and workers raised up, both domestically and internationally, to take up the charge of seeing our Lord Jesus Christ honored among every tongue, tribe, and nation on earth. We are awed by His grace and mercy to use us, as William Cowper describes in this old hymn:

And couldst Thou be delighted with creatures such as we, Who, when we saw Thee, slighted and nail’d Thee to a tree? Unfathomable wonder! And mystery divine! The voice that speaks in thunder Says, “Sinner, I am thine!”

Now here’s a brief sketch of what God has done through Propempo in 2015:

  1. Overseas teaching, leadership development, and mentoring of key workers in “closed” countries amidst heightened terrorism

  2. Teaching and training of prospective missionaries

  3. Church consultations, both individually and through conferences, including special opportunities at CROSS, BIOLA, and FIRE, with free distribution of some 6,500 copies of the HERE to THERE book

  4. Evangelistic and many local church ministry opportunities

  5. New resource development, including the interactive online Church

  6. Missions Profile, a new-to-come Propempo Institute of Missions, and new digital “Propempo Guidebooks” on key church-mission issues

  7. Ongoing mentoring of church planters and church missions pastors

  8. Development of potential Propempo staff and partner organizations to add capacity and reach to our ministries

We really need your prayers for financial support, health, tools and time for efficient and effective pursuit of ministry goals and opportunities!

Yours for the glory of Jesus Christ through the church to all nations,

General Director

Thursday, January 14, 2016

David C. Meade

David is the founder and Director of Propempo International. He has over 40 years of experience in church planting, pioneering field ministry among UPGs, and leadership both on the field and in nonprofit organizations. He is local church oriented, serving as a Missions Elder for over 20 years. He loves teaching and mentoring church leaders and missionaries preparing for service in the tough places of the world. David loves being a husband, dad and grandfather, fishing, traveling, and being omnivorous. He continues to be an avid proponent of and participant in church planting.

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