Just 2% of pastors in Bhutan are trained to teach the Bible. Crosslinks Project NIBT is working to train Bhutanese pastors by offering workshops near the India-Bhutan border.
Some Crosslinks short-termers tell us about their time overseas.
"The state of theological resources in Serbian is abysmal, so the need is spectacular." Riste Micev tells us how Project Timothy's team of translators are working to meet this need.
Thorsten and Kerstin Prill work at Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary, where it would be understandable for any prospective student to ask, “Is it worth it?”
Crosslinks Study Partner Harrison Mungai graduated from Africa International University this summer. He writes here about his studies and his future plans.
Chris and Lizzie Brown tell us how they have seen God answering prayers for their ministry in Bologna.
In North India, a Crosslinks project is at work helping to build the emerging church. Pastor Devender tells us more.
Rob and Sue Martin have just returned to England, after serving in Marsabit, Kenya since 2008. We take a look back at the changes they have seen in the diocese in this time.
Paul Hunter shares his recent experiences of life and ministry in the Diocese of Lake Rukwa in Tanzania
Daniel Odhiambo writes about the historic and present day Crosslinks work in Marsabit, Kenya.