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Welcome to Missionary Ventures Great Britain and Europe.

 We are an international mission organisation and a UK registered charity committed to preaching the gospel and making disciples to impact the nations for Christ. 

Our mission is to provide Christians and churches with great opportunities to get involved in what God is doing around the world.

We do this in three main ways

sending short-term mission teams overseas, raising up short and long term missionaries together with administrating and raising funds for programmes and projects.
 

News

PeruGOD IS WORKING IN THE REMOTEST PARTS OF PERU

In the Andes Mountains of Southern Peru there is a breathtakingly beautiful place called the Colca Canyon. It is claimed by many to be the deepest canyon in the world. Callalli, one of the villages on the edge of the canyon’s rim will literally take your breath away at 14,000 feet (4267 meters) elevation. It was there that we spent Easter week of this year, along with two teenagers (Jonathan 18, and Katy 16) who we took with us because of their sense of a call to missions. We were participating in a conference for church leaders teaching on biblical marriage and family, and discipleship. Among the many interesting things about the canyon is the fact that the Gospel was not preached there until the mid-1960’s. I (Billy) went there with Glen Dubois and two other brothers in 2002 and had the privilege of conducting the very first church leader’s conference this area had ever known. 


Work begins with worshipping God
Praying with the labourers
Centering being carried out
Mixing cement and concrete
Putting on the Slab
Overview
Work begins with worshipping God

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Chelsea Lees - New Field Coordinator in Ireland
If 5 years ago you told me one day you will be a Christian I would have laughed at you, 2 years ago if you told me I would be a missionary I would checked you into an insane asylum. The journey that brought me to Ireland is crazy and more than I ever thought would happen with my life, but that is what happens when you say yes to God, your life takes turns you never expected. I grew up in Massachusetts in a small town; moved down to Florida August of 2009 and met God about a year after. I didn’t grow up going to church and definitely never paid any mind to God or the role He plays in our life.

Growing up I would define myself as an agnostic, but mostly I couldn’t really be bothered. If there was a God He was some policeman in the sky just waiting to send you to hell and Jesus was a stained glass window, didn’t know Him and did not care. Church was a place you went to to listen about how bad you are and stand up and sit down and sing some archaic hymns and shake hands with some guy in robes, and then y’all go out to brunch.  The Bible was inconceivable and disheartening to read (the few times I attempted) and I saw no hope in it. If there was a day of judgment as far as I was concerned I never would be able to make it to Heaven.

 Read More: Get to Know Our New Field Coordinator

Please click on the image below to see the video created by the Guynn's about their mission in Kitgum, Uganda. 

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message from the Guynn's

Halisile GamedzeThis years Challenge is to raise funds to complete the home for orphans in Phonjwane, Swaziland.
To find out more click on the image below to see the video.



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Please click on the image below to see how the Isnapur project is developing. 

Update on the Isnapur Project
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