Take a peek into MentorLink International’s partner networks and Kingdom initiatives happening across the globe. From Colombia to China, Spain, Mongolia, India, Morocco, to Ethiopia, His Truth is being proclaimed!
Spain: 50 leaders from a dozen churches in the Madrid area gathered to study Christ-like leadership and reflect together on the characteristics of Jesus’ leadership.
Phillippines: MentorLink International and TOPIC Philippines (Trainers of Pastors International Coalition) are working together to use mentoring as a core strategy to train 10,000 pastors by 2020. Currently 1,188 pastors are presently involved in peer mentoring in 14 regions of the Philippines!
China: DWJ is going to be launched on a new internet platform this summer. Our prayer is that it will impact many Chinese believers to understand the meaning of following Jesus in a deeper way.
Africa: Our network in Sub Sahara Africa is expanding this summer with additional training being planned in many new countries!
Vietnam: One pastor recently traveled 250 km by motorcycle to attend three days of leadership training in Vietnam for 35 Vietnamese pastors.
China: Work is about to start on a project to make Passing It On! training in China more culturally contextualized, including putting in Chinese testimonies and stories.
Tibet: Two men are being called to build a strong Tibetan church in their area. Pray for God’s anointing on them for their ministry, and His glory and power all over the area to break centuries-long spiritual strongholds.
India: An upcoming leaders training in Bangalore will be centered around the Leader’s Covenant.
Egypt: This summer 15 leaders are studying the Passing It On! manual. Leaders are seeking the Lord for the next steps in their ministries, and praying for open doors for ministry to Syrian refugees and additional leader training in the Middle East.
United States: MentorLink Institute – Our prayer is that individuals in existing mentor groups will soon be leading their own groups, and that the Spirit will lead and inspire people for future groups.