Tropical Storm Imelda was the fifth wettest tropical storm on record to hit the US. Many areas in SE TX received up to 40 inches of rain from this storm; Beaumont was the most impacted area with many roadways, businesses, and homes under several feet of water.
MNA Disaster Response has been in contact with our PCA leadership assisting in initial assessments. The initial shipment of MNA DR Sheds of Hope will be delivered to Beaumont this week, with more to be delivered as requested.
Please check back here for more information as it becomes available.
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To give to MNA Disaster Response, please click here.
MNA Church Planting Services
God has blessed the PCA with a strong sense of calling to church planting. For the past 14 years, an average of one PCA church planter has been placed on the field each week across North America. While this is a good number for a denomination the size of the PCA, we want to trust God for more. We believe the time has come for MNA to move toward an even greater focus on serving churches, presbyteries and networks in their development of church planting ecosystems. Accordingly, MNA provides leadership to develop growing services in each of these crucial areas. If we are to see church planting multiply, it is time for us to pursue new and best pathways for multiplication, so that local and regional systems of church planting begin to reproduce radically.
For a list of services and staff, please click here.
Mission to North America exists to celebrate and share the gospel of Jesus Christ in the United States and Canada by coming alongside the local and regional church in Church Planting, Missional Partnerships, and Church Renewal. For ministry information, look for subjects of interest to you, or search on key words. To donate to MNA or a specific MNA ministry, click here.