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ADONAI PARTNERS

VISION AND MISSION

Our vision is to mobilize Africans and others to transform Africa for Christ. Our mission is to honor our Lord Jesus Christ by taking His love to people who are most vulnerable and have the least opportunity of hearing the good news. We are committed to demonstrating His compassion to the poor and unreached people in a holistic manner. We proclaim the message of Jesus by word and deeds of compassion!

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MISSIONS

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SHORT-TERM MISSION TRIPS

Spring 2017:

Nigeria: February 23 – 28

Summer 2017:

The countries and dates for our summer mission trips are:
Togo: April 1 – 9 | Uganda: July 13 – 24 | Ghana: Aug 21 – 26 | Cote d’Ivoire: Oct 9 – 14

If you are a returning team members, please follow this link to register for a trip.

For information on these additional trips, please email info@adonaipartners.org or call toll free (800) 334-2775

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Click here to register for the 2017 Mission Trip

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LOVE TAKES ACTION

See what God is doing in Africa!

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Please pray for Open Heavens!

The Incarnation is one amazing move of God that we cannot fully understand. In the fullness of time, Divinity stepped out of glory and stepped into the human space. The Word became flesh. How God became a Child will always be a mystery! Isaiah gives us an insight declaring in the ninth chapter of his book:

“The people who walked in darkness, have seen a great light… For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given…”

Read our Christmas Letter here

PRAYER

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God’s Redemptive Love!

Prayer Newsletter

Anyone who takes the attitude that poor people’s poverty is all their own fault needs to consider Isaiah’s prophecy (recorded in Chapter 10:1-4) concerning the poor in Israel. The passage is clear that a poor person’s greatest enemy is often “the system”. The powerful can institutionalize injustice in ways that take advantage of the powerless.This does not remove individual responsibility but it does create social and corporate responsibility for how communities treat the poor.

Please click here for our most recent Prayer Newsletter

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