Thanks to our Supporters in 2006

Thanks to all who supported our family in 2006 to serve God’s mission overseas. Some of you gave tiny amounts and others larger but we are grateful to you all. We couldn’t have done this without you. Last years image seems to be appropriate enough to use again.


2007 might be tougher for us, in light of the BGCT [Baptist General Convention of Texas] stopping our support as part of their reorganization. Half of our support will be picked up by another organization but we will still be praying for people and groups to help us with the other half. Appreciate prayer for us that what God has called us to do will not be held back by lack of resources. Thanks.


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


  • Andrew – many thanks to you, too for your support for others in God’s mission around the world. Your writing continues to be an inspiration and makes a real contribution to my work. Grateful thanks and appreciation won’t help to pay the bills, but I hope the impact you are having will be an encouragement to you.

  • Andrew,
    I’m interested in your ministry and really sorry to hear that the BGCT cut you out. I’m a Texas Baptist and have decided to cut out the BGCT. I’d like to help you guys.

  • B Bridges (not Beau the actor???) – thanks. I will send you info on the Boaz Project. We loved BGCT and had a fantastic 8 years with them. No hard feelings at all towards them from our part.
    After the dismantling of the Church Multiplication Center, a few of us are now linking with Union Baptist Association in Houston for administration purposes, although there is no funding there for us.
    But if and when we find funding, they are willing to step in and help with the receipting and accountability. More to say. . . I will send you an email with details.
    But we do pray that the Boaz Project will continue to launch and resource church planting movements in the global emerging culture as it partners with committed people and institutions, and we are still pushing on.

  • I’d like to learn more about your work, too. I thoroughly enjoy your blog and hope we can meet someday. We are considering going to Nuneaton, UK to the King’s Lodge for a Crossroads Discipleship Training with YWAM. If you have any insight on the base there or about the area, please let me know.

  • Andrew
    I am an avid reader of your excellent blog, but am not too sure what it is you do do. Is there a case for letting us know what you’re up to in Stromness and what your vision is?

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