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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

2017

The countries and dates for the mission trips are:
Togo: April 24 – May 2 | Nigeria: May 5 – 8
Uganda: July 13 – 24 | Ghana: Aug 21 – 26
Cote d’Ivoire: Oct 9 – 14
Adonai Partners is where faith meets works …and love takes action!  We believe everyone can do something. You can pray, give, go or recruit others to go. You will be rewarded. In whatever way you choose to engage, you will be obeying Jesus’ command to go into all the world with the good news! For information on the above trips, please email info@adonaipartners.org or call toll free (800) 334-2775
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MEDIA

LOVE TAKES ACTION

He Lives!

Being a Christian involves more than believing the Truth. It requires obeying the Truth. Ever sang the hymn Trust and Obey? At the core of the Christian faith is the good news that the Word became Flesh. Love moved into the neighborhood and everyone saw Him! How did Jesus love people? He rolled up His sleeves and served them. He fed them, taught them, healed them, befriended them, visited their homes, ate with them and in the end, He laid down His life for people who barely knew Him, believed in Him or loved Him back. At Easter we celebrate His Resurrection. Yes, He lives, let’s live for Him, loving the people in the neighborhood and those halfway across the world!

Jesus demonstrated that love is NOT love until it is ACTED upon!

Read our recent Newsletter here

PRAYER

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LOVE POURED OUT!

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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