Five Continents

Matthew 9:38 “Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest,┬áthat he will send forth labourers into his harvest.”

We praise the Lord that God has given us a long-term presence on five continents. BIO began with missionaries in Africa. We praise the Lord for the rich history that He has given us beginning with Ethiopia. Currently our missionaries serve in seven different African countries. They are Botswana, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zambia. Besides these countries our missionaries work and have influence in many other African nations like Kenya and South Sudan.

We currently have a number of missionaries in Asia. BIO missionaries serve in Cambodia, the Philippines, Indonesia and a sizable, limited-access nation (LAN). God has given us five families in this LAN. The Lord is doing a great work there, we are thrilled to have a part in it.

We have had a small presence in Central and South America; however, recently, God has been increasing our numbers. Now, in this region we have missionaries representing BIO in Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Chile, Peru and Venezuela. We are so thankful for this growth.

The continent we are presently excited about is Europe. For years we have had little or no presence in Europe. Now we have missionary families serving in Italy, Romania, and Spain. We will continue to pray for more missionaries to be sent to this part of the world.

North America is home. It is no surprise that we have a number of missionaries in Canada, Mexico and the US. We have four families in three different provinces in Canada. Our missionaries in Mexico minister in the Yucatan. In the US, our missionaries serve among Native Americans, the Deaf and a variety of other home-based ministries including those of us in the BIO office.

We praise the Lord for what He is doing through BIO. Please pray that God will continue to bless us and increase our ranks for His glory. If you think the Lord may be calling you to the mission field, please contact us, and let us pray with you.

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