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  • International Outreach Ministries

We partner with International Outreach Ministries, which exists to serve those serving Jesus around the world. Reaching people in our changing world demands creative and strategic approaches from mission-driven organizations and individuals. As an organization, IOM serves alongside sending support teams and local churches in Africa, Latin America, Asia, Western Europe, former Soviet countries, and the Middle East.
IOM missionaries serve these needs …

  • Victims of Human Slavery and trafficking
  • Orphaned, abandon & deaf children
  • Pastoral development & training
  • Vocational training
  • Evangelistic outreach

To learn more, visit: www.internationaloutreachministries.org

Your Mission to the World

by Gary Henley Publication: One-to-One, Autumn 2006 HOW TO REACH THE WORLD WITHOUT LEAVING HOME! There is no such thing as MISSIONS. There is only one mission, and God gave it all to us. Missions [...]

Revolutionary Reformation in Mission

by Gary Henley Publication: One-to-One, Summer 2006 ... HOW TO REACH “THE UNREACHABLE” BY GETTING OUT OF THE BOX We are privileged to live in the most prolific hour of the "mission" of Jesus' followers [...]

Will Islam Take over the World?

by Gary Henley Publication: One-to-One, Spring 2006 ... A POSITIVE, PROACTIVE WORD FROM BEHIND THE LINES Many of you are aware that International Outreach Ministries has helped to launch an amazing Arabic language website. Did [...]

Getting Your Treasures into Heaven

by Gary Henley Publication: One-to-One, Winter 2006 HOW DO NEW TESTAMENT BELIEVERS INVEST? You’ve heard the saying, “You can’t take it with you.” Money is a major theme in our culture, and competition for it [...]

The Sweet Savor of Sacrifice

by Gary Henley Publication: One-to-One, Winter 2006 ...HOW TO COMPLETE THE GREAT COMMISSION WITH JOY God’s response to the need of humanity is a wonderful fragrance both in heaven and earth. The apostle Paul wrote, [...]

The Meeting Hope with Help in Africa

by Gary Henley Publication: One-to-One, Autumn 2005 In Congo, wars and government corruption have created a nation of “Have-nots.” While some minimal medical care is available, it is generally too little, too late, and much [...]