A global ministry looks forward to a spring of change.

By February 15, 2005

USA (MNN)–The work of International Needs Network has come a long way in 30 years. The agency is now working in 36 countries, with a staff of more than 1,200 nationals. But growth like that often sees need for some radical moves in order to encourage future growth.

International Needs Network’s U.S. base is looking at a lot of change this year. They will be moving their office to Zeeland, Michigan in early March, effectively streamlining efforts that had been split between Washington and Michigan.

At the same time, a new Chief Operations Officer, Bill Raymond, will be coming on board in August. He agreed to come on board because of the network’s approach to holistic ministry.

The agency relies on training indigenous staff overseas for work in micro-business, vocational training, church planting, evangelism and other development programs.

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