Partners doubles giving capacity in 2010

By December 23, 2009

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Partners International has raised the bar for 2010. With new ministry possibilities
in sight, Partners plans to double their giving capacity.

"God is
opening doors in places that have been closed in the past," says Partners'
Carlos Calderon.

Despite widespread
talk of global economic downturn, Partners plans to overcome financial
shortage in 2010. Calderon stated doors have been opened beyond Partners'
current giving capabilities. With your help, Partners can overcome financial

years, we've been asking people to pray," Calderon says, "and I think
that what we are seeing today is the fact that God has answered those prayers."

He explains
that many ministries now are simply waiting at these opened doors, "waiting
for someone to come and (let me put it this way) be the
answers to our prayers."

national ministry workers are ready and willing to serve in new projects, but training and funds are needed in order to move forward. Three ministries in focus are Dalit
and Sudanese education, and disaster relief in Sumatra .

You can help
Partners send workers forth in 2010.

get in touch with us. We have a special program for children, for women, for church planters — all kinds of places."

to help Partners overcome financial shortages in 2010. Find more ways to
get involved with Partners by clicking here.

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