Remembering Margaret Parkinson

Announcing Stewart Hunt as National Director

Passing the baton

In Memoriam: John Prince

In Memoriam: Brian Richards

In Memoriam: Beryl Coombe

Thank you for a most generous June!

God is able to make all grace about to you, so that having all sufficiency in all things at all times, you may about in every good work. (2 Corinthians 9:8)

Thank you for supporting Interserve’s June appeal! Through your generosity, God has provided $359,000 for his work in transforming lives and communities through encounter with Jesus Christ.

Your generous support has exceeded our goal of $300,000 and last year’s record.

These funds are essential to Interserve’s purpose of making Jesus Christ known among the peoples of Asia and the Arab world.

This includes enabling our workers to provide wholistic care for people through healthcare, education, practical help and building friendships. It involves coming alongside refugees, displaced people and diaspora communities in their suffering, so that they may have freedom and hope for the future.

“I believe Interserve is providing very valuable support and guidance to those who seek to serve and honour the Lord in a variety of ways, some of them in risky/marginal human environments.”

Robin, Interserve Supporter

So thank you wholeheartedly for your participation in growing God’s kingdom, here in Australia and around the globe.

If you would like to read more stories about real people impacted by your support of Interserve, come and have a look here.

Put your faith into future action

Since January 2021, Interserve has received almost $180,000 from bequests! We are so thankful for our faithful supporters who have entrusted Interserve with their precious gifts to be invested in future kingdom work.

Ranging from gifts of $1000 to much larger gifts, these bequests have come from incredible supporters who have chosen to invest in Interserve beyond their time here on earth. We are so thankful that they have entrusted us to use their money wisely for the sake of the kingdom – as we support workers walking alongside people of Asia and the Arab world. Their faith in leaving a gift to Interserve in their Will has resulted in FUTURE ACTION.

What difference do bequests make?

Bequests are an amazing opportunity for Interserve to respond to current needs and future-building initiatives. Those who have entrusted us with their funds didn’t know how it might be used to bless others in the future!

Building a resilient foundation for Interserve allows our workers to plan and invest in their local communities for the long haul. The sustainable impact of ministries on the ground can be seen through many examples of long-term partnership.

We are here to stay.

As a highly trusted international ministry organisation serving for 170 years, we want to encourage faithful supporters to consider leaving a gift to Interserve in their Will to support future ministry. Throughout our history, we’ve served in many different ways in many different places, but always with the same vision:

“To see lives and communities transformed through encounter with Jesus Christ.”

If this is something you want to enable for future generations, we would love your support through a bequest.

Put your faith into future action today.

Would you please consider these two things?

  1. If you have already included Interserve in your Will, please consider sharing your story with us (which you can do anonymously) and tell us why you have chosen to support Interserve in this way.
  2. For everyone else, if you love Interserve and what we do, please consider investing in future kingdom work by leaving a gift in your Will today. Find out more.

For any enquiries or comments or to have a chat about what this means for you, please contact us on 1800 067 100 or email [email protected]

 

“We have taken a lot of encouragement that even when times were tough (and they were, with COVID, a military takeover and lots of divisions and injustice in society), we could ‘take heart’, as in John 16, as Jesus has ‘overcome the world’. We’ve been very conscious of being upheld by prayer over many years.” – Interserve worker

A new season of leadership for Interserve