Meet our friends, the Borio family - Nick, Kathy, Naomi and Emmalynn. They are missionaries of Ethnos360. We are their sending church! There are about 6,500 known people groups in the world, roughly 2,500 are still unreached and haven't heard the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Ethnos360, founded in 1942 as New Tribes Mission, helps local churches train, coordinate and send missionaries to reach those people groups. The mission of Ethnos360 is to establish a thriving church for every people group, specifically those who currently remain unreached. This is done by discipling, church planting, and cultivating new bible translations for the unique languages of these people groups.
The Borio's are supporting the work of overseas missionaries by serving at the Missionary Training Center (MTC) in Roach, Missouri. At the MTC, overseas missionary candidates prepare for cross-cultural ministry through courses that include linguistics training, Bible classes, worldview instruction, and hands-on practicums. Nick will serve as the Groundskeeping Coordinator, and Kathy will serve as a Childcare Teacher. While they are not going overseas to an unreached people group, they are supporting the work of Ethnos360 at the Missionary Training Center, filling necessary roles so that others can prepare for ministry in an unreached people group. Like overseas missionairies, USA missionaries are responsible to raise financial support to pay their salary and ministry expenses, looking to God, trusting only in Him to provide through His people. The Borio's are seeking ministry partners who can help send them to their roles at the MTC. The Borio family needs your help. You can give to the Borio's by clicking this link. If you would like to sign up for their email list and receive email updates from them personally, click HERE. Feel free to contact them through the following contact information...