Andrew, Eunice & Joy Moody
Andrew and Eunice Moody have been serving in Uganda for many years. They have watched the situation in South Sudan develop and have felt burdened about the state of the church there.
Following two trips to the country in 2016, they now hope to focus their ministry on building up and equipping Christians and Christian leaders in South Sudan, or in the Ugandan refugee camps where there are currently around 1,000,000 South Sudanese refugees.
Andrew and Eunice have one daughter: Joy.
Previously trained and working as a teacher, Hazel first arrived in Ethiopia in 1973. She went with Crosslinks (then called the Bible Churchmen’s Missionary Society or BCMS), an international mission society with its roots in the Bible. Hazel married Colin Maunsell in England in 1981, together they served with Crosslinks in Portugal for 9 years doing Church and Portuguese Christian literature work. Colin and Hazel returned together to Ethiopia in 1991, shortly after the fall of the Communist regime. Together they developed a ministry of Bible teaching and producing Christian materials in Amharic. Colin died in Ethiopia in 2005. In more recent years Hazel has continued to write for the Pillar book series. Among recently published titles are books on the Lord’s Prayer, the Sermon on the Mount, and the Resurrection of Christ.
Mission Aviation Fellowship
MAF aims to share the love of Jesus Christ through aviation and technology so that isolated people may be physically and spiritually transformed. Its vision is that every person on earth will experience the love of Jesus Christ and respond to the Gospel. — Philippians 2:10-11, John 3:16, Revelation 7:9
CPAS – making Mission Possible
The Church Pastoral Aid Society is an Anglican evangelical mission agency working with churches, mainly in the UK and Republic of Ireland whose mission is to enable churches to help every person hear and discover the good news of Jesus Christ.
Our Mission at International Needs is to bring sustainable change by making people aware of the plight of families within our project communities and connecting people to provide resources focused on transforming the lives of those communities.
Christian Response to Eastern Europe
A Christian based charity, Christian Response to Eastern Europe seeks to show love and care to those in Eastern Europe who are less fortunate than ourselves.
The objects of the charity are to provide relief to disadvantaged and vulnerable people living in Eastern Europe through the support of donations received from individuals and organisations in this country.
In practice, the charities main areas of work are Romania and Moldova.
The Leprosy Mission
The Leprosy Mission is an international Christian development organisation that diagnoses, treats and offers specialist care, including reconstructive surgery, to leprosy patients. Our aim is to transform and empower the lives of people affected by leprosy.