Mary Buckley will be leaving at the end of July to move to La Paz, Bolivia to teach 4th grade for a year. She will be teaching at Highlands International School, which is a part of NICS (Network of International Christian Schools). NICS is an organization that provides a Christian education to students all around the world, regardless of those students’ cultural or religious backgrounds.
Your support will allow her to travel to and from Bolivia, as well as provide for her living expenses in La Paz. You may donate by clicking the link below.
Thank you for your prayers and generosity!
Amelia Smith will be serving in Napal this summer from June through August. She will be serving alongside family friends who manage a guest house and serve the community of Pokhara. Her work will include providing child care for her host family, helping with guest house chores, teaching swim lessons to a local group of children and serving the needs of the community as opportunities arise.
If you are able to financially support Amelia in any amount, you may donate by the link below. Thank you for your prayers and generosity!
Naomi McLaughlin will be leaving for Poland in June to serve with an organization named “Joni and Friends”. “Joni and Friends” is an organization that specifically ministers to the disability community. On this mission trip she will be distributing wheel chairs and physical aides to those who might otherwise not have those resources available to them, while also sharing the Gospel.
Donations of any amount and prayers are greatly appreciated. To support Naomi for this trip, you may donate by the link below. Thank you for your prayers and generosity!
Jesus has told us, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20)
To know Christ is to desire to see every tribe and nation come to know Christ in all his goodness and greatness.
At King of Grace Church we participate in the world-wide mission of the church through three avenues. First, we are part of Sovereign Grace Churches and their mission to plant churches worldwide. We are excited about church planting going on locally in East Cambridge, MA and Manchester, NH as well as in places like in places like Myanmar and India. Secondly, we support efforts in short term missions through Sovereign Grace and other mission agencies, both domestic and international. Thirdly, we are seeking to build up our support for other worthy mission agencies and church planting teams as we have the resources. Our long-term goal is to build a missions budget of 20% of our total income.