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The Jinishian Memorial Program is on a mission of hope to give struggling Armenian communities the chance to thrive. Read our 2016 Annual Gratitude Report to learn about current needs in the Middle East and Armenia and to be inspired by the difference we are making together. We thank God for all those who support… Read more »
Mission updates from the Middle East and Armenia. Read hopeful reports from within Syria and among refugees. With help from JMP, one family is making a life against the odds in Aleppo, and one refugee is rebuilding his life in Lebanon after devastating loss. The Jinishian Memorial Program has served within these communities for 50… Read more »
Stories highlight the breadth of Jinishian’s impact and then itemize specific key needs: Relieving wartime struggles in Syria; Bringing joy to children in need throughout the Middle East; Reversing the fate of at-risk teens, providing vital health outreach and elder-care in Lebanon; A vision of lasting change for a stronger Armenia.
There is hope after a century of atheism and genocide. Read the story of an ancient village overlooking Ararat where Jinishian programs are sharing faith in Christ with a new generation of Armenian children and inspiring an economic revival for farmers . Plus, a new tour, new events, and new partners prove that JMP is… Read more »
Armenian university students take action to strengthen their country: “the youth are not just the future, but they are the present and their voices should be heard.” Teens and women in Lebanon are empowered with job training, holistic health programs, and increased confidence and faith.
Children from JMP summer camps perform story of Jesus’ Ascension, sharing scripture and raising funds for youth programs in Syria. Students create community manger in multiethnic, underprivileged neighborhood of Beirut, Lebanon. Pastoral outreach in rural Armenia helps a new generation come to know Christ.
A brief history of Presbyterian mission in the U.S. and around the world, from the 1700s until today
The practice of partnership guides our whole connectional church. It guides us individually as members, officers and pastors. It guides us collectively as congregations, presbyteries, synods, General Assembly ministries and related institutions. This document paraphrases a policy statement adopted by the 215th General Assembly (2003) regarding mission in partnership.