Encouragement is what Barnabas Ministries is all about. We believe the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ should be encouraged. The Lord gave gifts for that purpose. Serving in the Kingdom, like all service, can be taxing, tiring, and sometimes trying.
Barnabas Ministries was established to encourage The Church to continue in its work and not grow weary in well doing. We desire to exhort and inspire the church to continue in love and good deeds.
P2P partner with Barnabas ministries in organizing a annual event entitled "Winter Worship & Worship” which is held yearly in Pigeon Forge, TN. This meeting provided worship, education, inspiration, and fellowship.
Based on 15 years of missions experience in Islamic countries, SALT was established as a new model for missions in the Arab world.
Our vision is to make Christ available as a choice to Arabs worldwide through an online virtual community in order to facilitate planting churches in all 22 Arab countries located in the Middle East, Arabian Peninsula, and North Africa.
SALT integrates technology at each phase of the missionary process, enabling missionaries, indigenous Christian leaders, and new converts alike to access training, education, and counseling services in both Arabic and English by qualified professionals.
P2P and SALT partner in offering workshops on Islam, Women in Islam, Sharia Law, Jihad, and related subjects.
Southern Cross Ministries was established in 2002 by Jim and Becky Newman. They, along with their two sons, started working in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia in 2003.
After going and relieving Dr. Delroy Brown and his wife for three months in 2001, Jim and Becky received an invitation from Delroy to join his wife and him in their work in Toowoomba. Upon accepting the invitation to join their work, Jim and Becky started making plans.
With Hillsboro Church of Christ on board in their support, along with several other congregations supporting the work, Jim and Becky started making their plans and left in December of 2003 to begin their work in Toowoomba.