Welcome to Echoes. We are a mission service organisation, based in Bath, UK. We exist to advance the work of mission globally and see individuals and communities impacted by the Gospel.  We do this by partnering with local churches, cross-cultural mission workers, and indigenous people whose ultimate goal is to proclaim God's love in Christ and demonstrate this through loving service by a variety of means in different circumstance across the world.


  • FEUER Network

    FEUER Network

    by Giovanni Donato

    In Italian we have a saying, ‘l’unione fa la forza’, which means ‘there’s strength in numbers’. This saying is definitely true when it comes to the public proclamation of the gospel. I work in Italy as a staff worker with Gruppi Biblici Universitari (GBU), the Italian Christian Union movement, which is part of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES). My responsibility within the GBU involves evangelism in a university setting.


  • Japan - Below the Surface

    Japan - Below the Surface

    by Timothy Marcy

    When you think of Japan, what immediately comes to mind? Mount Fuji? Sushi? Toyota? Sony? You may be aware that the Japanese are by and large well-educated, hard-working and financially prosperous. Their scientists are world-class and their technology cutting edge. You may even know that, since the Second World War, Japan has been one of the safest and most peace-loving nations in the world. The crime rate is low.1 Individuals and communities are, as a rule, clean, neat and orderly.


  • Paraná

    Work in Paraná

    by Jim Burnett

    We settled in Paraná in January 1978, fulfilling our desire to work in one of the five north-eastern provincial capitals where assembly testimony had been practically non-existent. We were suddenly on our own.


  • Dentists

    Dentists with a Gospel Heart

    by Paul and Beth Brind

    Tanzania has been greatly impacted by the gospel since the beginning of the modern missionary movement more than 200 years ago. As faithful servants of God proclaimed the good news, many people in this vast country believed and became followers of Jesus. Dr David Livingstone, the pioneer missionary, travelled throughout the country in the 1860s. On his travels he visited Mwanza, a large town on the southern shore of Lake Victoria. Almost 150 years later Mwanza became our home, as we followed God’s call to serve and build His Kingdom in this part of Tanzania.


  • Transitioning

    Transitioning in Clermont-Ferrand

    by Bob Souza

    The beginnings of the work in Clermont-Ferrand (Clermont) can be traced back to the early decades of the 20th century. The open-air and tent work of René Zinder, a Swiss evangelist, was used by God to bring together the nucleus of believers who would form the local church. The church remained small but maintained its witness through what we would call the ‘ghetto years’, that long period in the 20th century when evangelical Christians in France were marginalised and looked upon with suspicion by the general population.




A Germanwings plane has crashed over the French Alps killing all 150 passengers. The cause of the crash is currently unknown, however, searches are currently underway to recover the plane debris.


Rebels in Yemen have taken control of a key air base and are continuing to advance towards the stronghold of Yemen’s President, Abdrabbuh Hadi. Unidentified warplanes have targeted the President’s palace, whom has reportedly fled to an undisclosed location.


Hundreds of children, aged 11 and under, are missing from a town in Nigeria that had been recaptured from militants. Boko Haram fighters reportedly took the children with them when the fled the city.


Mission News from around the globe

Hidden People

There are groups of people and areas of the world that have never heard of Christ or of His love for them. During 2015 the Echoes magazine is focusing on opportunities to reach these hidden people and exploring how the church is growing among these communities. 




FirstServe is a unique discipleship and missions programme, primarily for 18-25 year-olds on a gap year, or those with a shorter time available. Looking to make a difference on your gap year? Visit: www.first-serve.org.uk


Echoes mission workers are based in different countries all around the world, committing their lives full time to God, and are involved in a variety of projects to show His love to the communities in which they live. Please visit our Latest News page to follow weekly updates on how you can be praying specifically for these workers.

Echoes eShop

The Echoes eShop offers a variety of resources to give a greater understanding of mission and the work of God on a global scale. To purchase mission orientated books, DVDs or CDs, please visit our Resources page.  

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