AN OVERVIEW FROM
OUR FOUNDERS

Petros Network’s major aim is to build a partnership of individuals, churches and organizations with a passion for changing the world—one village at a time—by sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ, making disciples. and planting redemptive churches within local communities. — Ray and Linda Noah, Founders

Did you know that for every dollar of Christian resources, less than one penny (<1%) is directed at reaching unreached peoples? We are called to lead a frontier ministry of fearless men and women to deliver the love of Christ to people who have never heard His name! That’s what makes Petros Network unique. We go where others dare not go!


HOPE | LIFE | TRANSFORMATION

We change the world by providing HOPE, proclaiming LIFE & promoting TRANSFORMATION
One leader, village, region, nation, world at a time!

PROVIDING HOPE

Building and empowering indigenous leaders is at the core of what we do! We believe a trained leader is not only the HOPE of Africa, but the HOPE of the world.

PROCLAIMING LIFE

Sending out an indigenous leader to proclaim LIFE in Jesus always results in a thriving church planted in a community. Our church planters serve as catalysts of HOPE and TRANSFORMATION in some f the poorest, most remote, and hard-to-reach places of the world.

PROMOTING TRANSFORMATION

Thriving church plants become the center of a community from which everyone benefits. We walk alongside and train our indigenous leaders to leverage their influence and resources to resolve community needs—empowering women, protecting children, feeding families, providing clean water, educating and training out of poverty, improving health, building character through sports— so that all of life in that community improves. We call this community TRANSFORMATION “Redemptive Lift.”


 
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what defines us

Our 7 Missional Values define our vision, drives our mission and measures our effectiveness.

THE LOCAL CHURCH

To proclaim the gospel and make disciples throughout the developing world by planting the local church village by village.

UNREACH PEOPLE

To preach the gospel and plant churches solely in unreached communities.

INDIGENOUS
DNA

To plant churches with the flavor of the local culture and not our own.

COOPERATIVE PARTNERSHIPS

To cultivate a spirit of unity among denominations, groups,first-world resourcers and third-world practitioners to serve the indigenous church and their communities.

REPRODUCTION

To plant churches that plant churches and to make disciples that make disciples.

SUSTAINABILITY

To develop churches and redemptive projects that have both the conviction and the tools to become quickly sustainable.

REDEMPTIVE LIFT

To send out missionary church planters to plant churches that become change agents in all aspects ofthe life of acommunity.

 

We work hard to ensure that 90% or more of every dollar given goes directly to the designated people and projects. We are committed to being good stewards.


Less than 10% of every dollar given goes towards fundraising and administrative costs. We keep this number low.

  • From the Field

    South Sudan — Hot button issues

    Conditions in South Sudan continue to remain extremely difficult with reportings of famine and extraordinary crime and abuse. We are reaching into a new area called Kaopoeta, which is located on the main road from Kenya to the capital city of South Sudan, Juba. Because it is a main thoroughfare, in and out of the country, the UN offers fairly consistent protection…

    South Sudan, Poverty


  • From the Field

    South Sudan — Hot button issues

    Conditions in South Sudan continue to remain extremely difficult with reportings of famine and extraordinary crime and abuse. We are reaching into a new area called Kaopoeta, which is located on the main road from Kenya to the capital city of South Sudan, Juba. Because it is a main thoroughfare, in and out of the country, the UN offers fairly consistent protection…

    South Sudan, Poverty