Connecting Huron Hills to the world through supported missionaries.
The Strategic Partnership Team supports individual missionary partners who work locally toward drawing those who are far from God into a close and living relationship with Jesus Christ in Washtenaw County, non-local partners who live and work in other countries across the world, agency partners that are aligned with our mission, as well as individuals, primarily from Huron Hills, who are called to short term mission opportunities.
The Latest Updates from Strategic Partners:
Our Current Supported Partners:
Melodie supervises staff in 10 states as they equip & empower graduate & professional students & faculty to look up, reach out, and invite others to encounter Jesus.
Carole trains, coaches and develops staff within InterVarsity's national movement in their Ministry Partnership Development (MPD), helping staff build and maintain their support teams that pray for and fund the ministry.
Rick creates and delivers core training to students and staff across the region, and oversees regional specialists advancing IV’s work in missions, justice, prayer and athletes.
Through World Vision's work, every 60 seconds a family gets water, a hungry child is fed, and a family receives the tools to overcome poverty
Kristin is working as part of a youth outreach team in La Paz, MX centered on building discipleship relationships through sports, English classes, bible studies, and other activities.
Volunteer nurse at a missions hospital in Cote d'Ivoire.
Kevin leads a Christian men's household with seven college guys from UM, EMU and WCC. The house seeks to be a witness to the love and freedom found in a relationship with Jesus.
The Kintu family (with children Enoch, Elisha, and Ethan) are serving with Campus Crusade for Christ International by teaching at a Cru seminary and university in Nairobi, Kenya.
Ginny Champoux, Larry & Lucy Champoux
ISI shares Jesus’ love with university international students and equips them for effective service. The Champouxs mentor & train international students to know Christ and to share Christ with others.
Dr. McKinney worked with Wycliffe Bible Translators to complete a New Testament translation for the Bajju people in Nigeria. She now works in the International Anthropology Office, writing an Ethnohistory of the Bajju.
Keith & Grace train Bible translators in Asia and India. They also supervise and check translations to maximize accuracy, clarity and naturalness, in order to catalyze people movements to Christ.
Bob is currently serving as Associate National Director of the Navigators Neighbors Mission. Together the Adgates are developing Navigator staff and believers as practitioners and coaches in reimagining neighborhood and community ministry.
Evan does evangelism and discipleship amongst Japanese and international high school students in Japan. He says, “to reach a nation, reach the youth— and they are a blast to hang out with!”
The Tokyo D (discipleship) House is for pre-college students, college students and graduates from around the world to live and be discipled in youth ministry, to share the Good News with the youth of Japan.
The goal of China Outreach Ministries is to lead Chinese students, scholars and family members to Christ, and to help them grow in their faith.
Hannah works with undergraduate students to create and sustain witnessing communities on campus. Her day-to-day work includes discipleship of students, training student leaders in skills such as Bible study leadership and evangelism, and leading chapter events.