IM Anniversary

“Be careful that you do not forget the LORD your God, failing to observe his commands, his laws and his decrees that I am giving you this day” (Deut. 8:12).


God knows that we need to remind ourselves continually of who God is and of who we are as God’s people. This helps us to meet new unknowns with faith. In the Old Testament, God wants the Israelites to repeat to themselves and their children the stories of all God has done. Even after experiencing a dramatic rescue from Egypt, a miraculous crossing through water, the provision of food in the desert—God knew that the Israelites were likely to forget God’s faithfulness.

As we celebrate International Ministries’ anniversary this May, let’s take the time to celebrate God’s faithfulness over the 209 years!

Join us in celebrating 209 years of cross-cultural mission together and take a step of faith in partnership with our global servants and international partners with a gift to IM’s General Fund to continue this work. Your General Fund gift allows IM to prepare and send newly appointed global servants on their journey of faith.

The All-Together Gathering next year can be transformational with your help.

As we look ahead to next year’s anniversary in 2024, we are planning an “All-Together Gathering.” This gathering will bring our staff and global servants together in one location for a time of spiritual refreshment, vision casting, and strategic planning for the coming decade. Would you give a gift above and beyond your General Fund giving toward making this event possible? The last time all of the global servants and all of the staff could be all together was ten years ago. Generous donors have already given $275,000 in lead gifts to challenge others to give.

Join us during IM’s anniversary and celebrate God’s faithfulness with a gift to world mission.


Make an anniversary gift to the General Fund to continue this year’s ministry.


Make a gift for the All-Together Gathering in 2024 in addition to my gift above. 

For ways to fund your gift, contact a donor advisor with your questions.