A Time for Transitions
Introducing Our New Name
What do missionaries do when they retire?
138 retirees with more than 5,000 years of service in at least 22 different countries… all living at NTM Homes. Read our recent newsletter to find out the needs these retirees have for staff to care for them and the projects that are taking place to house and protect them.
From a Marine fighting for his life in Korea to a missionary taking part in seeing lost souls won for Christ in the jungles of Brazil, Jack (and his wife Barbara) have left quite a legacy. Read on to learn more about their story.
“I love the LORD, because He hears My voice and my supplications. Because He has inclined His ear to me, therefore I shall call upon Him as long as I live.” Psalm 116:1-2 (NASB) Read on to see how the Lord is answering prayer for NTM Homes!
Our motto at NTM Homes is “serving those who have served.” We are grateful for the team that God built to see to the job of caring for our retired (veteran) missionaries at this location. Staff, volunteers, prayer and financial supporters… it takes a team to fulfill the needs of our people. Read on for […]
The story out of Mark 16:14-15 impressed them. In the account, Jesus had reprimanded His disciples for their lack of faith and stubborn refusal to believe. His next words to them were, “Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel.” Jack and Esther realized that God could use them (ordinary imperfect people) in […]
Do you know the song “Everybody Ought to Know?” Lenna and Laura Gill know it. They sang it as little girls in the jungles of Bolivia where their parents were serving as missionaries. It was the desire of the whole family that the people group of Araonas know Jesus Christ as their Savior. To know […]