November 19, 2017
 

Foreign Mission


"Go ye therefore, and teach all nations..."
Matthew 28: 19 
 
 
                Meet the Taylors!  

                    

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 The Taylors served in Mozambique Africa from 1999-2012 in ministries to local churches using Theological Education by Extension, (TEE). Students from twelve locations representing 15 evangelical churches were strengthened through this Theological Program which allowed students to study at home without leaving their villages, families and gardens. The Taylors traveled to various villages weekly, meeting in cell groups for discussion and further in-depth Bible teaching. Along with TEE for men, literacy classes were created for women in their local language so that they too could study God’s precious Word. 
       The focus and drive of the Taylor’s ministry is to fulfill the mandate of 2 Timothy 2:2, “The things that thou has heard, commit to faithful men (and women) who shall be able to teach others also.” After 13 years of ministry in Mozambique some of the senior students are equipped, functioning and carrying the Gospel torch. Thus, the Taylors are free to take up a new AIM assignment of leadership in the country of Namibia, which is located between South Africa and Angola. Focuses will be on unreached people groups; the Hemba and the San (Bushman), who are nomadic desert dwellers. Responsible for short term medical workers and member care of AIM missionaries will be some of the Taylor’s ministries. Also to oversee ministries to youth, who are more than fifty percent of the population. Another goal is to encourage local churches to their responsibility toward the unreached.

         The target date to arrive in Namibia is August of 2013 for a three year term. In preparation for this new ministry with AIM, the Taylors are in need of prayer and financial partners.  Pray that the Taylor's monthly financial target would be met so that those in need of the Gospel in Nambia could be met.  If you would like to become a monthly partner with us please contact us at vgtaylor@aimint.net 

 
 

         To learn more about Africa Inland Mission please visit www.aimint.org, to watch the four minute video, “The Heart of Missions,” (choose US office, then the video on the bottom right).

         Formerly, the Taylors ministered along the Amazon River of Brazil with New Tribes Mission for twenty years, 1977-1997. They have two adult children: Lishawna of Kokomo, Indiana and Keva who resides with her husband Gabriel Rop in Indianapolis, Indiana. McCurley is from Barbados and Glennschella is from Evansville, Indiana.

We remain yours,

Together In the Harvest,

McCurley and Glennschella Taylor