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Once a strong Protestant witness in the sixteenth century, France is now known for its philosophical rejection of Biblical revelation and, as a result, is a thoroughly secularized and materialistic country. ST. PAUL’S supports the work of two church planting teams: one in Lyon and the other in Marseille.

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ST. PAUL’S, along with more than a dozen other churches in the States, partners with national pastors and their families for the advancement of the Gospel in the Middle East.

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Because Japan is the largest unevangelized nation that is completely open to missionaries, ST. PAUL’S invests significantly in church planting and training indigenous pastors in this strategic area of the world.

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Through the work of Fred and Arlene Jonkman, ST. PAUL'S partners with the work in Ecuador to equip church lay leaders, provide Spanish language Sunday school curriculum to churches, and to provide seminary-level training to national pastors.

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ST. PAUL'S has been a long-time supporter of Armonia Ministries, led by Saul and Pilar Cruz. Partnering in their work with the urban poor, ST. PAUL'S is able to provide resources and workers to assist in outreach to a very needy people.

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ST. PAUL’S partners with several church planting movements across the United States and with RUF at the University of Central Florida.

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While making our strategic partners the main thrust of our missions involvement, ST. PAUL’S also wants to encourage members who have responded to God’s call, yet are not working in one of our “strategic” fields (in no way suggesting that their work is not strategic—just not one of our fields of focus).

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