Children In Need of Loving-Kindness

Children in Need of Loving Kindness

We have just received word of several kids from Uganda who are in desperate need of sponsorship. They were selected as the poorest, most at-risk kids in the community. Child Sponsorship would change not only their life but help support their family as well. THE GIFT OF CHILD SPONSORSHIP Your gift of $36USD a month makes a lasting impact! Through … Read More

Petros Network Women Extending Kindness

Petros Network Women Extending Kindness

The hope we have in Christ is a powerful tool! This hope compels us to extend kindness and generosity that is unexplainable to the hopeless. It’s so powerful that we named our Women’s Program, The Tesfa Project, which translates in Amharic as The HOPE Project. Petros Network Women is passionate about spreading hope and creating Redemptive Lift. We do this by equipping … Read More

Extending Kindness Amid Persecution

Kindness Amid Persecution

Since June of this year, the political and spiritual unrest in Ethiopia has increased exponentially with at least 500 christians being killed for their faith. The targeted assault on Christianity is rising making it harder than ever for the Kingdom of God to advance. Yet, fear does not command the hearts of our Missionary Church Planters. They continue to share … Read More

God’s Loving-Kindness Towards You

A call to loving-kindness

Written by Linda Noah, Petros Network Executive Director: My husband, Ray Noah, and I have been leading in our local church, Portland Christian Center, as well as overseeing the ministry of Petros Network. Our schedules have been grueling, and we felt it was time for us to set the stage for growth, and some healthy balance in our own lives. As … Read More

Executive Director Announcement

Executive Directed Announced

A word from the Chairman of the Board, Sandra Cooper: I am pleased to announce the Petros Network Board of Directors has formalized the selection of Linda Noah as our Executive Director.   An Unstoppable Team Ray and Linda Noah became active in the ministry of Petros Network in 2002. Over the years, the ministry has continued to grow. To expand … Read More

For the Love of Women and Children

For the love of women and children

No one works harder than a mother with a starving child. The Covid-19 virus is affecting women differently than men and that is particularly true of women in the developing world whose primary role is to provide and care for their family. THE SACRIFICE OF LOVE What does love look like for the widowed mothers in rural communities? It means … Read More

Two Hands of the Gospel—Myanmar Church Planters

Two Hands of the Gospel

“Faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead.” James 2:17 The year 2020 is more than halfway through, with the remaining months looming with uncertainty. The amount of chaos and fear this year brought was unforeseen by even the best planners as they dreamed about their coming annual calendars for this ‘Vision’ year. What has stood out … Read More

Loving God. Loving People. Together

Loving God, Loving People

LOVING GOD and LOVING PEOPLE When the disciples asked Jesus, “What is the greatest commandment,” he summed it up in one sentence to love God with your whole heart and love your neighbor as yourself. In that one law, he removed any distinction between spiritual and social ministry. They are two parts of the human heart and essential to the … Read More

Loving and Leading through COVID-19

loving and leading through cover19

LOVING GOD and LOVING PEOPLE THIS IS LOVE IN ACTION The global pandemic has impacted the areas we work among the least reached, and the impact is devastating. Petros Network leaders and health teams are fearlessly serving on the frontlines — sharing the Kingdom Life and offering compassion and care with sanitation training, food, soap, and other tangible support. This … Read More

Our Covid-19 Response—Providing Soap and Education in Rural Africa

Clean Hands For Africa

The Covid-19 virus doesn’t discriminate. It impacts the rich and the poor. Whereas some countries have better infrastructure to handle this pandemic, others struggle without resources and education on how to best combat this disease. “If Covid-19 is not beaten in Africa it will return to haunt us all.”Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Aby Ahmed and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate A … Read More