Our Partners

We were recently sent this encouraging report from one of our partners in India, and we wanted to share it with you.

Greetings and thanks for your prayers.

We held a Youth Camp at our training centre from 4th June evening till 8th June Lunch time. It was such a joy to see youth braving the heat and humidity and packing the training centre’s every inch of land, sleeping on simple mattresses on the ground, eating the hot and spicy food, participating from 5.00. a.m. till 9.00 p.m.

We had 160 participants registered with us and local participants were also in very good number. When we counted locals then our number touched 202, which was the first time we had this many young and some young at heart at one time at our training centre. Each one of them participated in discussion, debate, dance, songs, painting, quizzes, drama etc. Each winning team was encouraged with a trophy.

This bunch of youth went back with the vision to reach their neighbourhoods and villages and cities. Each one of them dedicated their lives for the Kingdom.

We had a mixed group of people; we had one young doctor, a few mechanical  engineers, advocates, teachers, students from various streams. This Youth Camp represented different states of India; Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Delhi, Uttra Khand, Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and  Uttar Pradesh.

Please continue to pray for these Youth.

June 2013

 

 

We like to collaborate with partners around the world so that we can achieve the greatest results with the minimum duplication of effort.

That’s why we work with churches, businesses, organisations and individuals around the world who are either more experienced, or less experienced than us to share learnings.

If you, or an organisation you represent would like to be a bigger part of the “Links family”, please do get in touch.

Based in Northern Thailand responding to human suffering, encouraging self-sustainability and collaborating with local communities.

The Barnabas (Outreach) Trust runs numerous short term trips to Africa and Romania where volunteers assist in community projects.

Change4Change have been working in partnership with Links International particularly in the areas of project development and Micro-Enterprise.

International China Concern is a Christian development organisation that changes lives by bringing love, hope and opportunity to China’s abandoned and disabled.

Hope Missions works to transform communities through programs to impact all areas of community life by working through the local church and community leaders. These include agriculture, education, economic empowerment, advocacy and discipleship.

Wellspring Africa is a multi-faceted East African based mission group developed in partnership with European Churches and organisations.

Their original and main base is in Bweyogerere, a town east of Kampala, Uganda, but they also operate in Tanzania and Kenya. Wellspring was initiated by Mike and Beryl Godward who now oversee Links South Africa.

A commitment to Mission lies at the heart of the ethos of the Pioneer network of networks, hubs, churches and ministries.

Links CEO Andy Read has responsibility on the Pioneer Team for overseas connections.

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