The International Ministries office gives oversight to the various missions endeavors of Elim Fellowship including a wide variety of Christian activities worldwide.
Our international thrust began in East Africa in 1938 and has spread across the African continent, where thousands of churches have resulted from this effort. In more recent years we’ve expanded into many nations of Latin America, Europe and Asia.
Our purpose, in contact with potential International Workers, is that of seeking to assist them to fulfill the call of God on their lives.
The International Ministries office of Elim Fellowship recruits, trains and releases International Workers, giving administrative and member care support both in the process of going, and in the fulfillment of the International Worker’s call. We also help local churches by coaching and training in missions and missionary support. There are opportunities to serve as a short-term missionary or long-term, which we refer to as “Career.” Every believer is either a “goer” or a “sender.” It is our desire to see the two connected with adequate support and provision.
Elim Fellowship is particularly cautious to see that all finances for our international workers are handled with the highest of standards and integrity. Elim Fellowship is a member of the National Association of Evangelicals (www.nae.net) and the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (www.ecfa.org).