2017-18 Alumni National Project The Partnership Project | equipping + preparing foreign nationals for local church ministry
Each year the Alumni Association adopts a national project to provide an addition to Maranatha's campus. In keeping with our purpose of developing leaders for ministry in the local church and the world to the praise of His glory, this year's project, The Partnership Project, seeks to fund equipment to make professional-quality audio/video recordings of MBU Bible courses. These courses will be used by missionaries around the world to train national pastors.
The greatest need of several foreign Baptist Bible colleges and Bible institutes is something Maranatha has easily on hand—reliable, Bible-centered courses taught by highly trained and dedicated faculty. The goal of the Partnership Project is to provide recordings of these courses, completely free of charge, to missionary partners so they can develop pastors to lead churches. In some instances the recorded presentations will be translated.
The goal for the project is $25,000. Some of our classrooms are not outfitted with the technology needed to record Bible courses. In addition, some of our international partners do not have sufficient equipment to access, prepare, and replay the course materials. Please pray about partnering with the Alumni Association to expand the outreach of Maranatha.
Give by mail:
MBU Alumni Office
745 West Main Street
Watertown, WI 53094
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