Tim and Angie are serving in Uganda with Good Shepherd's Fold.

After serving in Soroti, Uganda for 9 years, the Sliedrecht family joined Good Shepherd’s Fold in Uganda in August 2016. With a vision of thriving families and transformed communities in Christ, GSF's mission is to make disciples of Jesus through child care and advocacy, education, and community development.

Tim serves as the Director of Community Development with the strong conviction that the Gospel is central for Community Development, that the Fruit of the Spirit will blossom in lives grounded in faith, hope, and love, thus resulting in thriving families and transforming communities in Christ. On such a foundation, they seek to come alongside and collaborate with leaders and members of the local communities, including the most vulnerable and under-resourced, to research, plan, implement, and oversee integrated movements of personal, economic, and spiritual growth. The focus of these movements is on reconciliation with God, self, others, and the land, highlighting the people’s dignity, assets and resources while addressing the brokenness within their communities.

Dutch Home Church

Tim & Angie are missionaries of Crossroads Church in Amstelveen.

Website and Social Media

Tim and Angie's website: www.sliedrechts.wordpress.com  

You can follow the Sliedrecht family via both their Facebook and Instagram pages.

You can also learn more about the work of Good Shepherd's Fold and the ministry of Tim and Angie through the clicking on the link to watch a YouTube video.

Support

To financially support the Sliedrecht's in their ministry you can make regular donations or one-off gifts to the following Dutch bank account:

NL38 RABO 0111 4061 02 in the name iTeams with the note IA-UG Sliedrecht

BIC RABO: RABONL2U

Henk Jan and Allie Oosterhuis serve among the refugee community in Athens.

The city of Athens is at a crossroads between Asia and Europe and is one of the major transition points for the large numbers of refugees arriving by boat or overland and trying to travel into Europe. Although media attention has since shifted elsewhere, thousands of refugees are still arriving in Greece and many find themselves stuck in limbo here, not knowing what their future holds.

We are passionate about seeing the lives of refugees transformed through Christ, believing that both the demonstration and proclamation of the Gospel are important. We are involved in building relationships with refugees through practical help, fun activities and intentional conversations. Specifically, we organize art classes for teenage girls, Bible studies and discipleship meetings, fun activities like game nights and hikes, and we offer hospitality, networking and referrals. We also partner with Helping Hands refugee ministry, which offers a variety of programs at their ministry center such as tea house, family meal days, men's and women's ministry, shower and laundry services and clothing distribution. In all of this we seek to share the love of Christ, guiding people to becoming disciples of Him who can in turn make new disciples.

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