What Others are Saying
Missions Chair, Hazel Dell Christian Church Indianapolis
"Our church is made up of so many new people who do not come from Restoration churches or yet understand that rich history. However, at Hazel Dell we are trying to get our folks into the Word, help them find places to serve, and educate so that missions has a "regular" part of their Christian life and thinking. Our missions team appreciates all of you at Mission Services and what you provide for missionaries and churches. We are glad to be a small part of your ministry."
Jon Scott Williams
Executive Director, Fellowship Square, Mesa, AZ
"Tremendous info that helps to link me with the work in the field."
"The evangelistic strategy implemented through Mission Services is not only effective, but is very exciting as I look around at current day opportunities and potential in world mission to fulfill the Great Commission. Unless someone has been deeply involved in world mission, it is hard to grasp how very significant the role of Mission Services is in the 21st Century. The effectiveness, in keeping up with modern communication tools, is truly a great service in the mission of the church around the world."
"You are such a blessing! Thanks for all you do to unify, resource and network the Body!"
Madonna Burget Spratt
Missionary in Honduras
"Mission Services Association and I go back a long ways - it was sometime in the 60's that they began printing my newsletter, 'Message from Madonna.' I was still a missionary in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) at that time. What a great change from my mimeographed newsletter. I could send pictures which really helped people to know the ministry. In 1987 I married John Spratt and we changed the name of our newsletter to 'Chats with the Spratts.' We get good comments all the time about our newsletter - comments like, 'Your newsletter is the best there is,' and others like this. This furlough we have spent more time with the staff at M.S.A. and they are the greatest and have a good working relationship. John and I have no hesitation in recommending their ministry, their excellent work and all of their staff."
CEO/Administrator of the Christian Churches Pension Plan
“Mission Services Association is a valuable ministry for the life and work of the Christian Churches Pension Plan.
“Mission Services provides the resource of information--up-to-date mailing addresses for the Christian Churches and the para-organizations that serve the churches. It also provides the Christian Churches Pension Plan with high quality printing at very reasonable costs. Without the ministry of Mission Services the work of the Pension Plan would be inhibited. From anecdotal information I know Mission Services Association is critical to the work of missionaries throughout the world. The effective and efficient work of MSA allows missionaries, educators, and a pension plan to focus on tasks at hand, while MSA manages communication through printed materials. Support given to Mission Services Association helps the whole work of the Christian Church.”
"Don't know what to pray for or curious about how the great commission is being fulfilled? Check out Mission Services Association to keep up to date!"
Retired Director of Development, Central India Christian Mission
“Central India Christian Mission is grateful to the ministry of Mission Services Association for living up to its name—providing vital services for missions and missionaries all over the world. These services are more than helpful; they are invaluable. MSA is a vital link between congregations and missionaries on every continent and in every country. Their printing ministry keeps supporters informed of the missions they help to fund.
“MSA is a reliable source of information for anyone committed to the Great Commission. If this organization did not exist, someone would have to build it…This is a mission and deserving of our prayer and financial support.”
Retired long term missionary in Japan
"I started traveling to get support in 1953...I wish to thank Mission Services for their long and continued service for the cause of Christ. Many of the missionaries have limited funds. Any help they can receive puts more funds on the field. Many missionaries would not be able to pay for the kind of professionalism you bring to the publishing of material...My guess is that a dollar spent for publications via Mission Services will go farther than the same dollar sent to the missionary."