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Your gift to sponsor missionary flights will make air service more available to more than 200 missionaries planting churches among more than 130 people groups. And because the use of aircraft will be more effective, efficient and affordable, missionary teams will be able to begin work among even more people.

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Your gifts provide vital services for heart language ministries around the world.

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Translating Scriptures, literacy materials and Bible lessons into a previously unwritten  language costs $35 a verse.
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It takes three to five years for a missionary to gain fluency in a people group's culture and language. Specialized software greatly aids and speeds this process of cataloging, organizing and reviewing audio and video recordings, photos and notes.

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$332,288 still needed

Your gifts are vital to relief efforts after a major earthquake.

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Aviation Projects

Your gift to sponsor missionary flights will make air service more available to more than 200 missionaries planting churches among more than 130 people groups. And because the use of aircraft will be more effective, efficient and affordable, missionary teams will be able to begin work among even more people.

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Because of the amazing provision of God through generous ministry partners like you, this project is complete! Three Kodiak airplanes are serving daily in Papua New Guinea to bring a thriving church to every people group. Thank you!

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Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, this project has been fully funded and is now complete!
$2,485,000 Given!

Your gift enables missionaries in four existing tribal works to receive supplies and medical help more easily. It also affords opportunity to reach more tribal groups in areas accessible only by helicopter.

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On Mindanao alone, hundreds of thousands of people in fourteen people groups still need to hear the Gospel. Ethnos360 has trained national missionaries from six of these groups, and more are in the process of being trained. The R66 helicopter is providing these new missionaries transportation into the very mountainous and remote areas where they are taking the gospel to those who have never heard (many of whom are their relatives).  Thank you for the part you played in making this ministry possible.

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$1,510,000 Given!

The state-of-the-art custom-built Kodiak simulator is set up and functioning in Papua New Guinea, keeping pilots sharp in their piloting skills. Thank you!

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$314,765 Given!

Give to Ethnos360 Aviation's general fund or designate your gift.

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The Brazil helicopter project is fully funded! Thanks to you, we even surpassed our original estimate for launching this program.  However, we have a long way to go to complete the setup of operations and the construction of the hangar.  Funds will be held until all the goals have been completed. If any funds remain, they will be used in flight operations to serve the church planting teams in Brazil 

This new helicopter flight program will enable Ethnos360 Aviation to serve all our current missionaries in the region and open the door to reach ten additional people groups living in extreme isolation. The helicopter will furnish a refreshingly viable network to sustain ministry teams by providing transportation to their ministry locations. 

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Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, this project has been fully funded and is now complete!
$2,085,094 Given!

Your gifts are literally lifesaving, providing for emergency medical evacuations around the world at little or no cost to the family involved.

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$23,484 still needed

The Robinson R66 helicopters are the best choice to serve the needs of the church planting teams in PNG. They can operate at lower costs and with reduced time required for maintenance.

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$2,549,702 still needed

Education Projects

Your gift enables the Academy to train hearts, minds and souls, equipping them for a greater role in the Great Commission.

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The goal of this project is to present the Acts video in two of the languages spoken by people groups in Bolivia. The video in their own language will be a powerful tool to help them understand God’s plan for His Church. The ones unable to read the Word will be able to hear it and see it. For those in isolated villages, the video presentation is non-threatening, allowing them to listen.

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$8,364 still needed

Logistics Projects

Your gifts provide vital services for heart language ministries around the world.

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By helping to build this facility, you are helping missionaries be healthy, refreshed and equipped to be effective in planting churches and translating the Bible among unreached people groups in Borneo.

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$115,892 still needed
Three hundred people group assessments are vital for the strategic placement of missionaries. Each assessment funded -- at an average cost of $4,500 each -- advances God's work. Please partner with us to see even one more people group assessment completed, so more tribes can be reached and more lives can be transformed.
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$1,291,416 still needed

Trained, experienced missionaries will be better able to return to and carry out their ministries effectively because of your gifts to the Missionary Care Fund. You will be helping them continue to take the Gospel with those who have never heard.
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$110,444 still needed

The funding for the construction of a new duplex is complete. This provides affordable housing for retired missionaries as they return to the USA from their fields of service.

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$154,655 Given!

Drinking water in the Ga’dang people's isolated villages is often contaminated, contributing to illness. When medical help is needed it is not readily available.

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$5,987 still needed

Your gifts are vital to relief efforts after a major earthquake.

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Give to Ethnos360 Aviation's general fund or designate your gift.

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Your gifts encouraged church planters in 20 people groups and their co-workers from five countries. Thanks!

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$47,796 Given!

The goal of this project was to finance the building of a substantial church structure. Since the church is in the center of the village, the believers wanted to have a sturdy, well-built building comparable to the other buildings around it. The Manjúi believers have been very willing to give what they have and to use their time to build the new building.

Your gifts toward the purchase of building materials and the construction of the church building are allowing the Manjúi believers to have a solidly built church to meet in regardless of the weather. It is also serving as a testimony to the villagers of God’s faithfulness to His children.

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This project will provide clean water to a Center in Papua New Guinea and to the surrounding area.  The new system will be more manageable with less maintenance and less expertise needed to maintain the system.

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$118,000 Given!

Training Projects

Your gift will help missionary candidates to achieve their goal of reaching tribal people with the Gospel, by equipping them for effective ministry.

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Ethnos360 Bible Institute. Since 1963, the campus in Waukesha, Wisconsin, has prepared young people to make disciples. After 50 years, the campus needed renovations so young people could continue to get a solid grounding in God's Word.

Your gifts enabled the Institute to prepare students to reach tribes and transform lives. These funds were used for renovations, to keep a six-year plan on track ensuring that the campus can continue equipping future missionaries for decades to come.

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$309,587 Given!

Your help enables these Christian servants to disciple believers within and outside their borders.

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Overseas Training Projects

With adequate space, hundreds of students could be trained -- students who could become missionaries in Mexico and Latin America, and around the world. Your gift helps reach tribes and transform lives.

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$443,964 still needed

Your gifts have helped equip believers across the globe for God's Great Commission team. Thank you!

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$25,000 Given!

Your help enables these Christian servants to disciple believers within and outside their borders.

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The greatest benefit of your gift will be training more pastors who will in turn train others.

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$103,181 still needed

Translation Projects

Translating Scriptures, literacy materials and Bible lessons into a previously unwritten  language costs $35 a verse.
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You can be a part of reaching the Mwinika people with the Gospel of grace. Helping to fund the translation project will ensure that further generations of Mwinika people will be able to read the Scriptures and grow in the knowledge of God through your provision.
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$15,434 still needed

Have an impact in people groups around the world with a gift to this project. Your gift will help people from a variety of cultures who speak a variety of different languages grasp important concepts from the Bible because of the illustrations they will see.

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$142,724 still needed

It takes three to five years for a missionary to gain fluency in a people group's culture and language. Specialized software greatly aids and speeds this process of cataloging, organizing and reviewing audio and video recordings, photos and notes.

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$332,288 still needed

The 10,000 Loron people live in isolated homesteads and villages over 2,500 square miles. The majority still follow animistic practices and many remain monolingual. Few Loron people ever had the opportunity of an education.

However, about 500 Loron believers worship in 20 churches. Literacy in their heart language has become important to them, and they desire the whole Bible in their language. 
 
The goals of this project are to complete the New Testament translation and then the Old Testament, and a literacy course and Bible teaching materials.

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$87,771 still needed

The New Testament has recently been revised for the Guahibo people group of Colombia, South America. Because of the revision and new terminology for the basic spiritual terms, the wording needs to be revised in all the previously developed evangelism and discipleship lessons. This means that all lessons prepared since 1994 for the five phases of teaching employed by Ethnos360 church planters are in urgent need of revision.

The plan is to provide the present church and the expanding church with lessons that match the present Scripture, using the improved vocabulary for the spiritual terminology.

Your gifts have allowed the revision to take place. With the lesson revision completed, Biblical truths and promises will be clearer for believers’ exhortation, strengthening and encouragement. As the gospel is made clearer, its effects will spread throughout the entire Guahibo nation as well as into neighboring language groups that are related to the Guahibo language.

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$8,000 Given!

The Ayoré New Testament was printed 35 years ago in a diglot version (Ayoré/Spanish). It has now been completely revised and has been sent to the Bible Society of Bolivia (primary contact), and they sent it on to Brazil’s Bible Society for printing.  The goal is to provide the present Ayoré church with the urgently needed revised New Testament and half of the Old Testament. They hope  to have the revised Scriptures printed and shipped to Bolivia and Paraguay by the end of 2018.

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$39,900 Given!

Your gift will enable the Kalanguya church to have the entire Bible printed for the first time.

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$36,860 still needed

People groups in Bolivia are often scattered in many isolated villages. The more isolated the village, the more wary and suspicious the people are of outsiders. But videos are non-threatening. The people let their guard down and listen. Well-done videos in the heart language of the people are great tools. Because you gave, the Genesis Project videos will teach foundational truths about God, creation, sin and the promised Savior in six different languages. These videos will not replace a teacher in each village, but they will be one tool for the ministers to use.

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$17,222 Given!

The Guahibo church has been growing steadily over the years. But there is an interesting challenge: all the copies of the New Testament are completely gone. The demand for the New Testaments has increased as there is an awakening to the gospel. This is the result of Guahibo missionaries reaching out to other areas. The Guahibo are scattered over two countries living in an area measuring more than 100,000 square miles.

 

The goal of this project is to print 20,000 copies of the newly revised Guahibo New Testament and the Old Testament portions in one volume.

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$280,000 Given!

Thirty-two villages among the Tagbanwa people group in the Philippines have churches. Of the 16,000 in this people group, about 2,500 are believers who are growing and sharing their faith. There are new church plants going on right now, but without the Scriptures in their language, there was nothing available to facilitate their growth and discipleship. Because you gave to this project, the reprinting of the Tagbanwa Bible is now in process.

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$20,790 Given!

A very limited number of resource books for Bible translators exists in Spanish. Your gift will help make one more valuable title available to them by facilitating the Spanish translation of A Translation for Translators by Dr. Ellis Deibler.

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$7,063 still needed

Your gift toward this project will begin to supply the finances necessary to purchase the materials both for literacy and Bible teaching. This will help the church reach out, bringing more people to Christ and helping believers grow.

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$54,743 still needed

Spanish prayer updates spur encouraging feedback and prayer.

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$4,914 still needed

ECFA Accredited

Ethnos360 is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity. Contributions are made with the understanding that Ethnos360 has complete control and administration over the use of the donated funds. All contributions designated for specific projects will be applied to those projects. An administration fee of up to 5 percent may be assessed. In the event that we receive more contributions than can be wisely applied to that project, those funds will be used to meet a similar pressing need.