A critical part of the work we do is to thoroughly evaluate many missionary organizations around the world. The native missionary organizations with whom we ultimately partner are chosen in accordance with a strict policy based on doctrinal integrity, financial transparency and accountability, fruitfulness and faithfulness, and the strategic orientation of their ministry to reach the unreached. Each approved missionary organization is then held accountable to these principles, at least annually.
Click here to read ANM’s policy for choosing Native Missionary partners.
Currently, we are a bridge between hundreds of local churches and thousands of individuals in the US with over 250 native missionary organizations operating in over 80 countries — organizations which have more than 5,000 missionaries who are reaching the unreached.
There are dozens of additional native missionary organizations seeking to partner with us at any given time. Typically, the primary obstacles to these partnerships are limited financial resources and limited numbers of US churches and individual partners. This results in a lack of both cash gifts and gifts in kind. Also, as the number of ministries being helped increases, our need for additional qualified staff to assist, serve, and administrate grows.
Please join us in praying that the Lord would provide new friends and sponsors to come alongside us. A major goal for the next five years is to significantly increase the number of US church and individual partners so we can join forces with many of these new potential international ministry partners.