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TEAM in the News

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TEAM in the News

Marion pastor focuses on reconciliation, social justice through artwork
Chronicle-Tribune, 3/7/2020
Former TEAM missionary for his painting ministry, formerly in Vienna and now in Marion, Indiana.

Billy Graham Center Archives Continuing to Preserve Evangelical History
Christianity Today, 1/2/2019
BGC Archives recently acquired the papers of author and missionary Jane McNally, who served with TEAM in in India for over four decades.

One-on-One on Toronto’s Missions Hub
Christianity Today, 12/26/2020
Missions Hub is a network of mission agencies, churches and groups on the University of Toronto campus that are committed to sharing the Good News of Jesus.

As Zimbabwe’s doctors strike, pregnant women search for care
Al Jazeera, 12/17/2019
TEAM institution Karanda Mission Hospital is now the last port of call for thousands of Zimbabweans who desperately need medical care.

Zimbabwe’s Doctors Strike Makes Mission Hospital a ‘Last Port of Hope’
Voice of America News, 12/12/2019
As the Zimbabwe doctors strike continues, desperate patients are increasingly seeking treatment from Karanda Mission Hospital, an outreach of TEAM.

Give Us This Day Our Daily Catch
Christianity Today, 11/27/2019
TEAM missionary Steve Dresselhaus shares the vision for his recreation and creation care ministry, Reconciliamar.

TEAM (The Evangelical Alliance Mission) is a global missions agency that partners with the Global Church to send disciples who make disciples around the world. Its goal is to establish missional churches in places of spiritual need to the glory of God. Since 1890, TEAM has sent thousands of workers to countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe and South and North America. Today, over 575 TEAM missionaries serve in church ministries, healthcare, education, creation care, community development and other outreaches.

TEAM serves in over 35 nations. We serve through church ministries, community development, creation care, creative arts, entrepreneurship, hospitality, healthcare, social justice, sports & recreation, education, training leaders & national leaders, and translation & linguistics. We have over 350 sending churches.