To qualify for FMI partnerships as church planters and disciplers, candidates must possess many essential skills and qualities. Among other things, they must demonstrate solid biblical literacy, effective leadership traits coupled with integrity, a passion to communicate the gospel in relevant ways, and courage.
Courage is about perseverance, not bravery. In his New Testament letter, James encourages Christians to allow perseverance to finish its intended work in their lives, so that they may become mature (James 1:2-4). Discover how FMI partners are demonstrating this crucial quality in their lives and are worthy of your support. Click on the links below to read some of their riveting profiles.