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The Veterans of Foreign Missions Association was organized several years ago and has proven a be a great blessing, especially to the missionaries who have returned to the homeland. The VFMA directs its efforts in helping missionaries readjust to North America and find their place in the country from which they were sent to the mission field. It has often been said that the adjustment in coming back to the homeland is greater than that of going to the foreign field. After a missionary has adjusted his life to the people of a different language and culture and has lived and worked among them for many years, it is, indeed, a great challenge to return to live in the homeland. Foreign Missions Division is grateful for the tremendous blessing that the VFMA is providing our missionary family.
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Formed in 1996, the Missionary Kids Association (MKA) is designed for our missionary kids, both on the field and when they are in North America. MKs are sometimes referred to as “third-culture people.” First, they have the culture of their parents. Second, when the MKs go to a newland, they learn the culture of its people. Putting the two cultures together, the MKs eventually form their own culture or lifestyle and way of thinking. Through the years MKs have proven to be a tremendous blessing to the foreign missions cause. Many of them have returned to the homeland and have enriched the North American church. Others have returned to the field under their own missionary appointment. Every effort that we can make to help our MKs is a marvelous investment.
In order for the local church to have the necessary finance to meet its Partners In Missions commitments and have funds for missionary offerings, projects, and equipment needs, it is important to have a consistent approach to missionary giving. The Foreign Missions Division recommends the use of Faith Promise giving as the most effective means to provide missions income for the local church.
Compassion Services International is an integral part of the Foreign Missions Division of the United Pentecostal Church International. It is the church’s arm of love reaching out to those abroad who are less fortunate than we. Missionaries and national leaders provide onsite administration as an expression of the compassion of Christ through the church. Aid extended through CSI enhances the church’s testimony as a witness of Christ’s concern for those in need.
Associates In Missions is the Foreign Missions Division’s program of short-term missionary involvement. It is designed to provide fully appointed missionaries with the help they need, whether in evangelism, teaching, preaching or secular areas such as office assistance, construction, children’s education, and Christian education programs. AIM is a self-supporting program with AIMers personally raising funds to finance their overseas trips.