Coming Alongside Others

“You Are More Than You Think You Are!”

That sentence is the briefest way I know how to communicate our calling. They are words that I am always saying to those I meet and to myself in the mirror.  I have said them at home and abroad, to leaders and emerging leaders, to believers and not yet believers. They are very true words and I believe that they are heaven sent.

“You Can Only Give What You Have”

This is another sentence that has been profoundly influential in our life and our ministry.  God has indeed given us much and continues to do so.  We are called to give it all away for His glory and the furthering of His Kingdom. We do this by coming alongside others.

Who are you called to come alongside?

We are the Fletcher Five and we live in Cuenca, Ecuador.  We come alongside emerging and existing pastors, missionaries, and leaders with encouragement, biblical teaching, and ministry training.  Our passion is to help people discover Christ and find their identity in in Him. We are helpers, encouragers, mentors, teachers, equippers, and most of all friends! We are called to give what we have and to learn and grow as we do so.

Will you come alongside us so that we can come alongside others?

If the answer is yes, we want to meet you!

This Is How You Can Partner with us in Ministry

1.) Pray:

You can follow the Fletchers on their website at http://fletchersteps.org (click the link to follow this blog) and pray for them whenever they post.

2.) Give: 

You can support them financially Ecuador by becoming a monthly Faith Partners: Go to https://onemissionsociety.org/give/TheFletchers to partner with them in mission.

3.) Contact Them with Words of Encouragement.  We would want to get to know you! 

Joshua (704) 796-7514; email: jfletcher@onemissionsociety.org 

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