At Heritage we support several long-term missionaries. One critical piece to their overall care is sending teams. Each missionary needs a team of people who assist them on the field or while back in the states.
For more details about sending teams, contact Suzi Ware.
Heritage is actively involved with supporting the work of over 65 indigenous missionaries in 20 different countries. These are people who became believers in their own country and are now serving full time to reach their own or a neighboring country. Most of them are in an unreached area where there is virtually no access to the Gospel.
To learn more about these missionaries or how you can be involved, contact Edie Hardin.
Thursdays, 6:30-7:30am, Heritage Cafe
We meet to pray for our Heritage & indigenous missionaries along with other critical needs. We often have guest missionaries who share inspiring stories. Anyone with a heart for reaching the world is invited to come. Yes, 6:30am is early, but there’s always coffee available. Enter west side doors.
For more details, contact Edie Hardin.
Throughout the year we have several events offering opportunities for individuals to serve. Some practical ways to help are guest speaker housing, meals, transportation, set-up/tear-down and photography skills.
For more information on how to get involved, contact Suzi Ware.
There are dozen of mission books available to borrow. They are located on the shelves on either side of the windows by the tech bar of the Alcove area. Feel free to borrow any of these books. Other books in this area are for decoration purposes. Several more mission books are available through the missions department. Feel free to contact Suzi Ware or Edie Hardin if you’re looking for a specific topic or title.
Each month, we email a Praise & Prayer report with current prayer needs for our long-term missionaries.
Sign up to receive this monthly report by emailing Edie Hardin.
Heritage has adopted to pray regularly for 3 people groups of the Avar people in Dagestan. These Muslim people have no believers or Christian witness. The Bible is beginning to be translated into their language.
IFI is a ministry dedicated to reaching the nations without leaving central Ohio. Students from around the world prepare for their future at OSU and Otterbein. Volunteers can provide a warm welcome through sharing a meal at holidays, airport transportation, temporary housing and more.
For more information on how you can be involved, visit ifipartners.org.
O4H is a micro-lending, nonprofit organization endeavoring to address spiritual and material needs for people in the underprivileged areas of the world.
For more details, visit opportunityforhope.org.
Hearts in Action is focused on reaching children in Latin America. They have a special project in Guatemala called the Jungle School. There is also another arm of Hearts in Action in Mexico.
For more details, visit heartsinaction.org.