Pastors and ministry leaders in many less resourced countries are laboring in their growing churches with limited resources and little help. This reality is what makes Shepherds’ Support International so strategically important. Shepherds' Support works with multi-skilled teams to multiply the ministries of our international colleagues through spiritual encouragement, practical equipping and relational engagement.
Ministry leaders face demanding work and spiritual warfare with little time to invest in their marriages and families. We come alongside couples to provide Biblical truth, prayer support and refreshment so that they can faithfully finish the race set before them.
A solid, exegetical understanding of the Bible is at the center of leading a healthy life and fruitful ministry. We equip servant leaders through our teaching, life experiences, practical applications and modeling using a transparent and interactive teaching style.
Genuine relationships fuel mutual learning and provide an environment for ongoing growth. We engage in meaningful relationships and encourage the development of strategic networking so leaders can pass on what we learn to disciple-making disciples.
Shepherds' Support International began in the fall of 2006 and hosts training for pastoral couples serving in challenging environments. Over the past 15 years our teams of pastors and mature Christian couples have impacted thousands of leaders and the people who they serve and send throughout 27 nations.
Updates from some of our most recent conferences
Building Kingdom unity amongst church leaders can be a lot like herding cats. Over the past months our partner, Arto, has faced challenges as he continued to build unity amongst church leaders in Armenia. It has not been easy to break down the denominational barriers to advance the Gospel.
What happens when brothers and sisters from Georgia, Egypt, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, America, Armenia, Dubai, Siberia, etc. meet in one place? The HOLY SPIRIT unites us around the thematic teaching of CHRIST’s Supremacy!!!
When Artak and Liana were eventually able to return to their home, they were overwhelmed by the death and destruction in the area. Miraculously, their home had been spared even though a missile had landed directly in their courtyard.
Some needed rest, some needed renewal in their marriage and others needed to be still and hear from God. Other participants needed healing from the wounds of losing children, homes and land from the war.
We want to thank all of you who have prayed for and supported our ministry this past year. You have made an important difference in the lives of pastoral couples all around the world. THANK YOU! This has been a challenging year for all of us in so many ways but God is[…]
“And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” Colossians 3:17 The late Thomas Collis Jr., a.k.a. Uncle Tom, was a first generation American whose parents were Greek immigrants. Born in 1904 in Newark, New Jersey, he was brought[…]