Giving to a Giver
Adopt a Missionary Family
Kuna Baptist Church is committed to the work of missions and has developed a ministry to bring into focus the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) set forth by Christ and the support missionary families need. We ask that your family prayerfully consider adopting a missionary family to be a blessing and to be blessed. We have a list of secondary ( or non-budgeted) missionaries that currently do not receive financial support from Kuna Baptist Church that we would like you to consider adopting from. You may also consider choosing from our primary missionaries that do receive financial support from Kuna Baptist Church. After you have made an adoption choice, we encourage you can send your missionary family an email (See a sample letter here) to share about your family and to ask them to share with you. Reach out to them during Holidays, birthdays or anniversaries or just at any time. Commit to lift your missionary up in prayer. (Philemon 1:6)
Build a Relationship
Develop a relationship with your adopted missionary family. Learn about their ministry and their ups and downs so that you know when to Praise God with them and when to lift them up in prayer. Being a missionary can have very hard at times and there is great comfort when a missionary knows that God is always there and that there are people supporting them at every step.
In addition to your commitment to get to know and pray for your adopted missionary, you may consider supporting your missionary financially. Among some of that greatest difficulties that missionaries face is having their financial needs met. Missionaries typically spend a significant amount of time raising monies to support their ministries which in turn reduces the amount of time out in the field. Would you prayerfully consider financially committing to your missionary ?
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