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World Mission Partners

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Baptist Missionary Society

BMS is a Christian mission organisation, working in around 35 countries on four continents. BMS personnel are mainly involved in church planting, development, disaster relief, education, health, media and advocacy. BMS believes in holistic mission, an approach that stays true to the Christian call to evangelisation without neglecting the duty to take care of the physical needs of the poor.

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Hope Now

Defending the weak 

Hope Now exists to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ. A balance of evangelism with social action ensures the message of the Gospel touches the hearts of young and old, rich and poor, healthy and infirm, free and imprisoned. Hope Now works at the moment mainly in Ukraine with a little work amongst students in South Africa.

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Church of Christ in Nations

COCIN envisions a church in which the leadership and membership are maturing in Christ by obeying the word of God, living holy lives, united and committed to worshipping God and spreading the holistic Gospel thereby impacting the world as salt and light of the world of her time to the glory of God till the return of Jesus Christ.

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People International

Central Asian Mission

People International: Unveiling God's glory to Central Asian Muslims.  TWBC are partnering two families on mission through People International.

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Sri Lanka Missionaries

Simon & Mercy Fuller

Simon Fuller grew up in Tunbridge Wells and was brought to this church by a Skinner's school friend. He joined the youth group, gave his life to Christ and was baptised. After graduating from the School of Oriental and African Studies, he was based in the capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo, whilst doing a PhD in language work in the Maldives. He met and married Mercy and they have two children.

Together, Simon and Mercy's primary focus is to take the Gospel to the people of Sri Lanka, who are not touched by existing churches. They have known hard times, including persecution, but have faithfully witnessed by living in the community and sharing the Gospel. Simon also lectures two days a week at two theological colleges.

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