As MFA we work hard to meet our partners’ objectives while transforming communities. As a result, in collaboration with our partners, we have empowered communities, built stronger facilities in education and health sectors, engaged employees, and transformed members in readiness of the second coming of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. They are as follows:-
1. Bethel Faith Ministries (Trosgnistan)
Bethel Faith Ministries (Trosgnistan) is a mission organisation based in the Bethel Church in Runemo, Sweden. The Church is a member of the Evangelical Free Church.
Mission work is carried on in 16 countries. Missionaries, aid workers and practicants are active in some of the countries where BFM is represented.The partner organisations included in the collaboration have 2,650 churches with about 165,000 members. About 2,500 national pastors and workers are active within these national churches. Bethel Faith Ministries has a large organisation for sponsorship of poor and needy children, which is distributing monthly help to more than 10,000 children through feeding stations, orphanages and schools. The target is to support a sustainable development of the civil society which will benefit the whole man. Interventions assume the participation of the partnership organisation in order to improve people´s condition of life.Bethel Faith Ministries supports interventions through national churches working with church planting, evangelism, education, rural development, poverty eradication, environment and gender issues.
Bethel Faith Ministries works foremost with partner churches in the following countries: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Congo, Burundi, India, Philippines, Ecuador, Latvia, Ukraine and Russia. Missionaries are supported in the following countries: Bolivia, Mongolia, Myanmar (Burma) and Tunisia.
In order to establish an effective partnership, a network called 'Apostolic Leadership International Gospel Network' (ALIGN) was formed. Having collaborated, for more than five years, in fulfilling the Great Commission and coordinating social projects in various countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and South America, ALIGN seeks to establish a partnership relationship with one another to accomplish a greater purpose of restoring the Church and its service to humanity.
The National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) is a family of Christian communions and organizations in fellowship and witness. It was established in June 1913 during the United Missionary Conference held at Thogoto, near Nairobi. The delegates in the conference, representing the missionary institutions working in the country at the time, affirmed their wish to work towards a united church that would impact the lives of the people.Maranatha Faith Assemblies is a Full Member of NCCK as listed on NCCK's WebsiteRead More about NCCK